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Saturday, October 14 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
An Evening with The Rumpus

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Come feel the literary love, Rumpus style! Featuring readings from some of our favorite writers and comedian Nato Green. Hosted by Christine Hyung-Oak Lee.

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Nato Green

Nato Green is a San Francisco-based comedian and writer. He has a regular column in the San Francisco Examiner, a regular show on KALW public radio, and hosts monthly comedy shows at the Alamo Drafthouse, the Verdi Club, and Modern Times Bookstore.
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Randa Jarrar

Randa Jarrar’s new book, Him, Me, Muhammad Ali, won the Story Prize Spotlight Award and the American Book Award. Her first novel, A Map of Home, was published in half a dozen languages & won a Hopwood Award, an Arab-American Book Award, and was named one of the best novels of 2... Read More →
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Jen Palmares Meadows

Jen Palmares Meadows’ essays have appeared in The Rumpus, Brevity, Fourth Genre, Denver Quarterly, Hobart, The Los Angeles Review, and elsewhere. Her work has also been performed for Kearney Street Workshop, Intersection for the Arts, and Mr. Bear's Violet Hour Saloon. She writ... Read More →
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Alexandra Naughton

Founder/Editor in Chief, Be About It Press
Alexandra Naughton isn't a household name. Yet. The stylish, mostly self-made 31-year-old founded the literary arts imprint, Be About It Press, in 2010 because she wanted to make zines. She has since published 14 zines, 8 chapbooks, and 2 full-length poetry collections through Be... Read More →
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Christine No

Christine No is a writer and filmmaker whose work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Sundance Film Festival, sPARKLE+bLINK, Tayo, Columbia Journal, Story Magazine, The Oakland Review and Nomadic Journal. She is a VONA Alum, a Pushcart Prize Nominee and the First Place Poetry W... Read More →
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Shanthi Sekaran

Shanthi Sekaran is a writer, mother, and educator from Berkeley, California. Her recent novel, Lucky Boy (Putnam/Penguin), was named an IndieNext Great Read, and an Amazon Editors' Pick. The New York Times calls it "brilliantly agonizing" and USA today says "Lucky Boy pulses with... Read More →

Saturday October 14, 2017 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Laundry Gallery and Cafe (upstairs) 3359 26th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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