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Saturday, October 14 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
A Wiggle & A Prayer: True Stories

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A celebration of the latest anthology from the Community Memoir Project, featuring new writers from a 6-week memoir workshop held at the Berkeley Public Library this spring.

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Frances Lefkowitz

Author of the memoir To Have Not, about growing up poor in 1970s San Francisco, I am also founder of the Community Memoir Project, bringing free memoir-writing workshops to public libraries. My stories & essays appear in Tin House, The Sun, Glimmer Train, Catamaran, SFChronicle... Read More →

Participants
avatar for Gloria Delgado

Gloria Delgado

Gloria Delgado: Native of San Francisco, raised in the City's Haight-Ashbury and Parkside Districts, oldest child of a Mexican father and Puerto Rican mother. Graduate of San Francisco College for Women (Lone Mountain), long -time resident of Albany, CA.
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Judy Gussmann

I started writing in my retirement, for my own pleasure. I am an Israeli-Palestinian peace advocate, a retired ESL teacher currently volunteering at Oakland International High School for students in the USA three years or less, and the parent of two beautiful adult children. I w... Read More →
avatar for Judy Kim

Judy Kim

When I was a child, I travelled into books to escape. Words were like a protective shield. Now I'm sharing true stories of traumatized love that survived intergenerational grief.
avatar for Lisa Kleinbub

Lisa Kleinbub

A Queens NY native living in the Bay for 30 years. Self-described as a dork whose disparate interests occasionally result in soliloquies on why some love cilantro and other random topics
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Ann Rowland

Ann lives in Berkeley and works in the field of Oncology drug development. She commutes to work via boat. This is her first foray into creative writing.
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Sarita Sarvate

Sarita Sarvate writes a monthly column for India Currents.  She has also written commentaries for the Oakland Tribune, KQED FM, Los Angeles Times, New America Media, and San Jose Mercury News.


Saturday October 14, 2017 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Benny Gold 968 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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