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Saturday, October 15 • 4:30pm - 5:10pm
BART-to-Bar Lit Crawl Caravan

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Readers battle the elements of noise pollution as they read in the first car of the Richmond/Daly City train from Downtown Berkeley to 16th and Mission.

Train leaves at 4:39 from Downtown Berkeley. 

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avatar for Minna Dubin

Minna Dubin

Minna Dubin is a writer, artist, and educator living in Berkeley, CA. She is currently working on #MomLists, a Bay Area literary public art project on identity and motherhood. Her work has been featured or is forthcoming in MUTHA Magazine, Story Club Magazine, GAMBA Magazine, *82 Review, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Forward. When not chasing her toddler in circles around the dining room table, she is eating chocolate in the bathroom while... Read More →
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Nancy Davis Kho

Nancy Davis Kho is a writer in Oakland whose work has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Washington Post, and anthologies including 2015’s Listen To Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We’re Saying Now (Putnam.) She’s a badge-holding member of US Magazine’s Fashion Police, has been recognized as a Voice of the Year in the Humor Category by BlogHer, and was the inaugural champion of Oakland’s Literary Death Match. Nancy taught in... Read More →
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A’Driane Nieves

A’Driane Nieves is a visual artist, writer & activist who utilizes creative expression for social justice and mental health advocacy. She believes art and words can serve as a catalyst for personal growth, healing, and social responsibility. You can find her on Instagram (@addyeb_art) & her website: addyeb.com.
avatar for Matt Stewart

Matt Stewart

Matt Stewart is a professional storyteller. His novel The French Revolution details the upstart contortions of San Francisco's delightfully strange population. He rides BART fives days a week, usually reading quietly.



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