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Saturday, October 19 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
13 Ways of Looking at Soul-Making

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Soul-Making Keats literary contest offers cash prizes in 13 categories and annual awards reading. Judges read past poetry and prose winners and offer insider tips.

Moderators
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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.

Authors
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Li Miao Lovett

Li Miao Lovett is an award-winning writer telling stories of cultural and environmental change. Her debut novel, In the Lap of the Gods, is a tale of the dammed and displaced in China’s Three Gorges.
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Eileen Malone

Founder/Director, Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition
Resume: www.eileenmalone.usWhat screeners check for when logging literary contest entries.
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Mary Kennedy Eastham

Writer, Self-employed
My first book The Shadow of A Dog I Can't Forget - Poems & Prose was a 2017 Wild Card Runner-Up Winner in the Amsterdam Book Festival. My second book Squinting Over Water - Stories is a 2019 First place Winner in the Florida Book Festival and a 2013 Wild-Card Runner-Up Winner in the... Read More →
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Ellen Woods

I am a poet and memoirist, the author of "Warriors in Transition: A Memoir in Twenty-Eight Stories". My work appears in literary journals and anthologies, including the upcoming "Social Justice Anthology: Beautiful Cadaver Project to be published in Fall 2019. I am the co-judge/sponsor... Read More →
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Elise Kazanjian

Elise Kazanjian is a poet/writer who grew up in Tian Jin, China where her father managed an American rug factory. She has worked at Sunset Magazine, at CCTV in Bei Jing, China, for August Coppola’s Audio Vision Project at SF State U, and has been a pawnbroker. Her poems/essays have... Read More →


Saturday October 19, 2019 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Topdrawer 980 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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