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Saturday, October 15 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Santa Monica Review: Still Crazy After All These Years!

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Santa Monica Review contributors join the magazine's editor in wry, funny, ironic, self-congratulatory yet somehow sincere readings celebrating nearly 30 years of literary provocation.

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Louis B Jones

Louis B. Jones is the author of five novels – "Ordinary Money," "Particles and Luck," and "California’s Over," all three named as New York Times Notable Books of their respective years; and most recently, "Radiance" and "Innocence." He is an NEA fellow and a fellow of the MacDowell Colony in New Hampshire. For a while, he was a regular reviewer for the New York Times Book Review. He has served as visiting writer at a number of colleges... Read More →
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Janice Shapiro

Janice Shapiro is the author of Bummer and Other Stories (Soft Skull Press). Her stories and comics have been published in Catapult, The North American Review, 52 Stories, The Santa Monica Review, Everyday Genius, Real Pants and other places. She lives in Berkeley, California. |
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Andrew Tonkovich

Editor/Propaganda Minister, Santa Monica Review
Longtime editor of excellent West Coast literary magazine founded by my mentor Jim Krusoe, novelist and short story writer, and creative writing instructor. SMR is a project of Santa Monica College, part of its commitment to literacy, community and the literary arts. Recent contributors to the magazine include Stanley Crawford (one of my all-time favorite writers) as well as Janice Shapiro, Michelle Latiolais, Diane Lefer, Gary Amdahl, Gary... Read More →
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Olga Zilberbourg

I'm a bilingual author who grew up in Russia and moved to the United States at the age of seventeen. My English-language writing is forthcoming from World Literature Today, California Prose Directory, and Feminist Studies; work currently out in Santa Monica Review, Narrative Magazine, Epiphany, and others. I cohost the weekly San Francisco Writers Workshop.


Saturday October 15, 2016 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Holy Mountain 680 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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