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Saturday, October 15 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
InsideStorytime MAKEBELIEVE

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Fairy tales retouched. Canadian crime capers. Ritualistic Angeleño murders. Sudden windows open. Healing games commence. Moderated by Ransom Stephens (The Sensory Deception).

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Jenny Bitner

Jenny's writing has appeared in many anthologies and journals including Best American Nonrequired Reading and PANK. She teaches writing at the San Francisco Writers' Grotto and is working on a memoir and a short story collection.
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Dietrich Kalteis

Author of House of Blazes, Triggerfish, The Deadbeat Club and Ride the Lightning – from Vancouver, BC.
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Carmen Lau

Carmen Lau is the author of The Girl Wakes (Alternating Current, 2016). Her stories have appeared in Wigleaf, Fairy Tale Review, The Collagist, Catapult and other journals. Carmen graduated from UC Davis with an MA in Creative Writing in 2009 and has resided around the world since then. She has been a full-time volunteer for Berkeley’s Tibetan Aid Project and taught English as a foreign language to both children and adults in Shanghai and... Read More →
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Richard Loranger

Richard Loranger is a writer, performer, visual artist, and all around squeaky wheel, currently residing in Oakland, CA. His new book of flash prose, Sudden Windows (Zeitgeist Press, 2016), has been enthusiastically reviewed. He is also the author of the Poems for Teeth, The Orange Book, and nine chapbooks. Other recent work can be found in Oakland Review #2, Overthrowing Capitalism vol. 2 (Revolutionary Poets Brigade), and the new anthology... Read More →
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Maria Nieto

Maria is a professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at California State University, East Bay where she has been involved in underrepresented minority recruitment, teaching, and research for over 27 years. Maria’s research interests and science publications have focused on cancer cell detection and destruction. More recently Maria’s interests have centered on the subject of sex and gender where she has written popular press... Read More →


Saturday October 15, 2016 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Muddy Waters 521 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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