Author of the memoir To Have Not, about growing up poor in 1970s San Francisco, I am also founder/director of the Community Memoir Project, which brings free memoir-writing workshops to public libraries. My stories and essays appear in Tin House, The Sun, Glimmer Train, Catamaran, San Francisco Chronicle, Good Housekeeping, National Geographic, and many more. BookWorm/SurferGirl.
I'm a happily retired public school teacher. I'm grateful for many things, most notably my escape from Oklahoma.
I'm a retired Berkeley school teacher and I was on the advisory board for three years on the North Berkeley Senior Center. I'm a novice writer working on my family history memoir.
Although I'm DNA wired to shyness, I love telling and writing stories. I feel I’m now ready to crack the DNA code, a bit..
Hi folks! I am a retired deputy probation officer, now an avid reader and novice writer about probation and memoir writing.
Rebecca Prophet is from Berkeley CA, now lives in Oakland, and is a Marriage and Family Therapist who works with teenagers. She hopes to inspire others with her writing and singing.
I am a biotech scientist and poet from India who now calls Berkeley home. My poetry , short stories and essays have appeared in Perspectives on NPR, in the anthologies Dismantle and She is Such a Geek and in other publications including India Currents, Ursa Minor, Spectrum and Berkeley Daily Planet.