October is Roctober with Litquake! We have readings galore for you this month!
FIRST UP, join us for our regularly scheduled event at Studio 333 in Sausalito, October 11. 7pm. This very special show features writers from the audience who entered their names in the drawings over the months. 333 Caledonia Street, Sausalito, 7-9pm. $5.
Rosaleen Bertolino’s fiction has appeared in The MacGuffin, Pure Francis,
Prick of the Spindle, and Southern California Review, among others.
April Eberhardt founded her own literary agency in order to assist and advise authors as they navigate the complex world of publishing.
Audrey Ferber’s short stories and essays have been anthologized in Virtually Now, Eating Our Hearts Out, and FRONTIERS: A Journal of Women Studies, among others.
Charles Kruger is "The Storming Bohemian" whose work has been published in Red Fez, OnTheBus, sPARKLE + bLINK, Another America, and elsewhere.
Alexandria Melton has spent over a decade writing for other folks in the advertising industry.
Beverly Morrison is building a collection of flash fiction stories and specializing in haikus.
Robert Ofsevit was published in the Undergraduate Journal of Asian Studies, Vol V, 1991.
Alison Owings is author of, most recently, Indian Voices: Listening to Native Americans. http://alisonowings.com/
Barbara Solomon, a retired attorney in Marin is working on a short story collection that may turn into a novel.
Townsend Walker’s award-winning stories have been published in over fifty literary journals and included in six anthologies.
Pam Houston is the award-winning author of Contents May Have Shifted, Cowboys Are My Weakness, Waltzing the Cat, A Little More About Me, and Sight Hound.
Josh Mohr is the author of the novels Damascus and Termite Parade.
Michelle Richmond is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Year of Fog.
Susan Steinberg is author of the story collections Hydroplane and The End of Free Love, and the forthcoming Spectacle.
Ryan Van Meter is the author of the essay collection If You Knew Then What I Know Now.
But wait, that’s not all! Come out early to Litcrawl (Oct 13) at 6pm for Tzara’s Hat: Five Writers, Five New Works. Four Barrel Coffee, 375 Valencia St, SF. Tristan Tzara knew something about the creative power of community and constraint. During a Dadaist rally in the 1920s, Tzara offered to create a work on the spot by pulling words at random from a hat. This became a surrealism technique these five writers applied to flash fiction, pulling five words from a hat at timed intervals, incorporating them immediately into their stories as they drafted them. Come hear the results!
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