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Saturday, October 19 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
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A magical realist conceived in Japanese-occupied Manchuria, a young Russian yearning for a Babushka, a writer rebelling against her sexist background, an entrepreneurial Eurasian with a mixed Mormon/Buddhist background, and a Jewish family man who writes better short stories than John Updike. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS HAD TO BE RELOCATED FROM THE VENUE LISTED ON THE MAP/PROGRAM.

Authors
avatar for Joel Streicker

Joel Streicker

Joel Streicker’s short fiction has appeared in a number of magazines, including Great Lakes Review, Kestrel, and Gravel. His forthcoming story in Blood Orange Review is also the winner of that journal’s inaugural fiction contest and will appear in its December 2019 issue. He has... Read More →
avatar for Sam Gong

Sam Gong

Sam Gong is an entrepreneur and aspiring writer of speculative fiction. He strives to bridge history and futurism with creative storytelling, and to portray a vision of the future that provokes reaction and discussion. His professional career spans government work in Washington DC, ex... Read More →
avatar for Harriet Rohmer

Harriet Rohmer

Harriet Rohmer is the founder and long-time publisher of Children’s Book Press, the pioneering publisher of bilingual and multicultural picture books (now an imprint of Lee & Low). Her books have won many major awards, including the American Book Award, the Coretta Scott King Award... Read More →
avatar for Tatyana Sundeyeva

Tatyana Sundeyeva

Originally from Kishinev, Moldova, Tatyana Sundeyeva is a Russian-American writer living in San Francisco. She writes short literary fiction and Young Adult novels, with particular interest in transportive travel writing, Young Adult novels with witty female characters, and short... Read More →
avatar for Linda Fiddler

Linda Fiddler

​​​​Linda Fiddler has written food columns, grants and research but has just found her voice as a story teller these last few years. She is currently revising a memoir about the conflict between her mid-twentieth century gender-traditional upbringing and the Women's Movem... Read More →


Saturday October 19, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Manny’s (front area) 3092 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA

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