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Saturday, October 14 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Poets on Parnassus presents

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Join the Poets on Parnassus as they give poetic and narrative voice to myth, trauma, immigration, death, the bizarre and the search for truth.

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Dawn Gross

Attending Physician, UCSF
Dawn M. Gross, MD, PhD is dedicated to transforming the taboo around talking about death. Earning her BA from USC and a combined MD and PhD from Tufts University School of Medicine and the Sackler School of Biomedical Science, Dr. Gross completed her residency in Internal Medicine... Read More →
avatar for Terri Mason

Terri Mason

Terri is a writer who likes to eat, walk her dog, and remember her Angelino roots. She writes to find out what she thinks about things.
avatar for Sarah Paris

Sarah Paris

Sarah Paris is a Swiss-American writer and poet. Last year, she published a short novel, "The Traveler," under the name of her alter ego Chris Solano. Subtitled "a shaggy dog chasing ghosts story," it is a classic road trip that takes a surreal turn. Sarah is currently working... Read More →
avatar for Jenny Qi

Jenny Qi

Poet, writer, medical editor. Co-host @BoneLabRadio. Former cancer researcher @UCSF... Read More →
avatar for William Vlach

William Vlach

William Vlach’s poetry has been published in the United States and the United Kingdom. Both his playwriting and parody have won writing awards. William's debut novel, The Golden Chalice of Hunahpú, won the 2015 BAIPA Book Award for Fiction. He was invited to present the novel... Read More →
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David Watts

David Watts, voted one of Americas Top Physicians, is also an award winning poet/writer, an NPR Commentator, a celebrated television producer, a classically trained musician, and a teacher.


Saturday October 14, 2017 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Coffee Mission 3325 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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