Saturday, October 19 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Sunday Stories' Brown People Don't Read? Presents the writers of Somos en Escrito

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Sunday Stories Writing Group uses its Brown People Don't Read? (BPDR?) platform to highlight writers of color the publishing world does not always elevate. Sunday Stories founding member Scott Duncan hosts and presents four Somos en escrito contributors, reading poetry and prose for and about the indigenous-Hispanic community.

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Scott Duncan

Senior Editor, Somos en escrito

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Maria Nieto

Maria Nieto's writing forces us to see the unseen; those killed and abused under the cover of nightfall. Maria's third book will be released in 2020.
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Michelle Marie Robles Wallace

Michelle Marie Robles Wallace is working on a collection of stories set along the borderlands, a memoir and a YA novel. She has is particularly interested in themes of healing and borders.
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Jesús Mena

Jesús Mena is the son of undocumented immigrants whose stories focus on life along the border. He grew up as a migrant farmworker.
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Carlota Caulfield

Carlota Caulfield is a Cuban-born American poet, editor, translator, and author of nine poetry collections. She is a professor at Mills College.
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Armando Rendón

Armando Rendón is the author of Chicano Manifesto, Up to Earth, an eco-poetry chapbook and five award-winning books. He is the editor of Somos en escrito.

Saturday October 19, 2019 6:30pm - 7:30pm PDT
Beauty Bar 2299 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA
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