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Saturday, October 19 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Friends of the San Francisco Public Library

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Join us for a special evening of storytelling, poetry, and personal truths. Friends presents our inaugural Daniel Handler and Lisa Brown 2019 Residents, members of a new writer's residency at Friends connecting the literary world and our public libraries.

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K-Fai Steele

K-Fai Steele Is a children’s author and illustrator, who writes to empower children to take action for a better world, even to engage politically. Published just this month is Noodlephant, and due out this summer is, A Normal Pig.
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Barbara Berman

Writer, Self
I review poetry for the Rumpus and am the author of two collections of poetry, THE GENEROSITY OF STARS from Finishing Line Press and CURRENTS from THREE MILE HARBOR PRESS. I organized one of the first Indie Press Festivals in the country, in 1979, in Washington, D.C. My... Read More →
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Chaney Kwak

Chaney Kwak contributes non-fiction to The New York Times, Travel + Leisure, Afar, Food & Wine, and other publications. His fiction has appeared in Zyzzyva, Catamaran Literary Reader, and a number of anthologies. He won a special mention from the Pushcart Prize and the Emerging Writer... Read More →
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Kathleen McClung

Kathleen McClung Is a poet with two books of published poetry, The Typists Play Monopoly and Almost the Rowboat and writing instructor at the Writing Salon and the English Department of Skyline College.
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Susie Nadler

Susie Nadler Is a freelance editor, writer, and writing instructor, who after a hiatus raising her children in San Francisco, is back to pen her first young adult fiction novel.
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Kevin Simmonds

Kevin Simmonds is a poet whose many works treat race and sexual identity issues. He is currently working on a poetry collection about the life and career of opera legend Leontyne Price and her experience as one of the only black opera singers, then and today.

Saturday October 19, 2019 8:00pm - 9:00pm PDT
Mission Branch Library 300 Bartlett St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA