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Saturday, October 14 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Writers on the Verge: Litquake's Writing Contest Winners

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Join us for readings of poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction from Litquake's third annual writing contest winners for 2017.

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avatar for Teck Sway Bien

Teck Sway Bien

I am a writer based in the East Bay. I have been featured on Wattpad.com, the world’s largest writing community, and in 2016 won a Watty, one of its annual prizes. I write fiction and non-fiction, and am currently working on a novel titled Memoirs of a Gaysian.
avatar for Sage Curtis

Sage Curtis

Poet, University of San Francisco
Sage is a Bay Area poet/ writer and MFA candidate at the University of San Francisco. Her work has been published in numerous literary journals and she performs it whenever possible. Recently, she's been interested in the glamour and grit of addiction, and the places where it creeps... Read More →
avatar for Lucy Gray

Lucy Gray

Lucy Gray has two books of photography published and she is working on her first collection of short stories.
avatar for Mary Ladd

Mary Ladd

SF Writers’ Grotto member and writer for: California Magazine, Playboy, Time Magazine/Extra Crispy, SF Weekly, etc. I love walking my adorable rescue dog around the Mission District.
avatar for Olga Zilberbourg

Olga Zilberbourg

Raised in St. Petersburg, Russia, Olga Zilberbourg makes her home in San Francisco, California. Her third book of fiction in Russian was published by Moscow-based Vremya Press in 2016. Her English-language fiction has appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review, Feminist Studies, Confrontation, World Literature Today, Tin House’s The Open Bar, Narrative Magazine, Outpost19’s Golden State anthology, The Common, and... Read More →
avatar for Maria Zilberman

Maria Zilberman

Poet
Maria was born in Minsk, Belarus, the former Soviet Union, and immigrated to the United States with her family as a Jewish refugee at the age of three. She grew up near Baltimore and lives in San Francisco.


Saturday October 14, 2017 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Samovar 411 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

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