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Saturday, October 19 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Voz Sin Tinta

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What is space? How do you define breathing? Where do the lines between energy and reality meet and diverge? Authors will explore what it means when the right to exist meets the demand for a place to exist.  

Authors
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Amanda Muniz

Amanda Muniz is a Mexican writer born in Puebla and raised in Oakland, California. She majored in English Literature from San Francisco State. Her work has been published by Pochino press, and she has been a featured reader in various shows in the Bay Area including the electrifying... Read More →
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Ash Phillips

Ash Phillips  is a genderqueer poet born and raised in the Bay Area. They are a maker of puns, brewer of coffee, and destroyer of gender. They are a two-time Youth Speaks' Teen Poetry Slam finalist, with their debut poem "An Open Letter to Cis People" gathering over 10,000 views... Read More →
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Gamal Abdel Chasten

Poet/Playwright
Gamal Abdel Chasten is a poet, playwright and composer. He is a co-founder of Universes theater ensemble, originally based out of New York.Gamal's theatrical writing credits include: The Last Word, God Took Away His Poem, The Black Mann Act Trail of Jack Johnson, The Wall, The Ride... Read More →
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Tony Aldarondo

POET
Tony Aldarondo is a Puerto Rican writer (actor) and POET. He humbly admit to falling in love with rhymes from the moment he read Dr. Seuss in the 1970s and heard rap music in the 1980s. From then on Rhymes have been a part of his poetical DNA. He has performed in award winning films... Read More →
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Katie Aliferis

Katie Aliferis a Greek-American poet and lyricist from San Francisco. She has been a featured performer at At The Inkwell, Get Lit, Greek Writers Night, Literary Speakeasy, Quiet Lightning, the SFSU Center for Modern Greek Studies, VelRo's Global Voices: A Celebration of Translation... Read More →


Saturday October 19, 2019 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Alley Cat Bookstore and Gallery 3036 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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