Curator for VelRo Reading Series |
MFA Candidate in Poetry at SFSU |
Poetry, fiction, and art published in New American Writing, sPARKLE&bLINK, Opium Magazine, Rogue Agent and others.
Equally lovely and ferocious in nature, Allyson Darling resides in San Francisco. She writes nonfiction essays about sex, relationships, and pantries (and sometimes about having sex in pantries).
Sarah Kobrinsky’s poems and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Magma Poetry, Monkeybicycle, Jewish Quarterly, 100 Word Story, Fjords Review, Shampoo Poetry, Bayou, The Molotov Cocktail, Berkeley Fiction Review, among many others. She is a former Poet Laureate of Emeryville.
Loria Mendoza hails from Austin, Texas, where she learned to keep it weird. Her stories have been published in The Walrus Literary Journal, featured at the MFA Mixer, Beast Crawl, Red Light Lit, and Voz Sin Tinta. She studies fiction in the Creative Writing MFA program at San Francisco State University and is working on a collection of short stories. Let’s assume the title will be something like, “69 Ways to Ruin Good Oral... Read More →
Ari Moskowitz is an award-winning Philly writer/editor based in San Francisco. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from SFSU where he was the Editor in Chief of Fourteen Hills: The SFSU Review. His writing has appeared in Fourteen Hills, Transfer Magazine, Red Light Lit, and Eventbrite. His story, "Three Blinking Dots," was a finalist for the 2016 Glimmer Train April/May Very Short Fiction contest. Last year, he wrote an article about haunted... Read More →