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Saturday, October 15 • 8:30pm - 9:30pm
Nepotism Night: Lit Crawl Edition

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Nepotism Night is a variety show that seeks to cultivate community and bring diverse disciplines together in our increasingly artistically beleaguered city.

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Dawn Oberg

Dawn Oberg is a songwriter and recording artist who inflicts her taste on people with the variety show, Nepotism Night. She is very excited about this year's Litquake and about Nepotism Night, Lit Crawl Edition in particular.

Participants
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Steve Arntson

Steve Arntson was born on the east coast but moved west early.  Although he was trained as a pianist, he discovered spoken word in SF around 1985 and has been writing and performing poetry ever since.
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Sellassie Blackwell

Sellassie Blackwell would rather walk straight into hell knowing he is right than follow a bunch of fools into heaven.
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Larry Gallagher

Larry Gallagher describes his songs as “intelligent lyric-driven stylings for the end of the world,” although the world doesn’t necessarily have to end for you to be able to enjoy them.
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Allison Mick

Allison Mick is an Oakland-based comedian and writer originally from Rochester, NY. She draws from her upbringing and personal experiences to address topics like race, gender, and serial killers. She’s performed in festivals in Northern California (SF Sketchfest), New York (Hudson Valley Comedy Fest), and Even Farther Northern California (Savage Henry Festival). In 1997, she was featured in the book “Humor Works” by Dr. John Morreall, the... Read More →
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Kimberly Reyes

Kimberly Reyes has received fellowships from the Poetry Foundation, Callaloo, and Columbia University and is currently a William Dickey Fellow and MFA candidate in poetry at San Francisco State University. Her nonfiction has appeared in the Associated Press, Entertainment Weekly, Time.com, The New York Post, The Village Voice, Alternative Press, ESPN the Magazine, Jane, Honey, NY1 News, and The Best American Poetry blog. Her fiction is... Read More →


Saturday October 15, 2016 8:30pm - 9:30pm
1-2-3-4 Go! Records 1038 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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