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Saturday, October 15 • 7:15pm - 8:15pm
Stanford Continuing Studies Presents Writers Without Borders

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Six authors from the Stanford Continuing Studies' Online Writing Certificate program read from their newly finished books.

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avatar for Christine Chung

Christine Chung

I'm a doctor by day, dancer and writer by night. I'm working on my first novel, The Breakthrough Phenomenon.
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Roy Dufrain

Roy Dufrain is a reformed college drop-out, chronic hitchhiker, drug dealer and dive-bar pool shark. And an UNreformed newspaperman, living-room musician and wannabe novelist. He graduated from high school in 1975 and received a BA from Sonoma State University in 2013. What happened in-between is research. He currently pays the bills as the editor/publisher of a regional travel magazine in Northern California.
avatar for Megan McDonald

Megan McDonald

I'm an entertainment producer by trade and a writer by vocation. My day job is making sure things run smoothly on the mobile game Covet Fashion. The rest of my waking life is devoted to finishing the next draft of "Dirty," the novel I started two years ago as a student in the Stanford Online Writing Certificate in Fiction. Current obsessions include: women's literature and the role of female authors in public discourse; playoff prospects for... Read More →
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Simi Monheit

I'm a writer wannabe, working on getting my first novel published! A former techie and teacher, a hiker, a swimmer and biker (okay, so I did a tin-man triathlon a few times, a long time ago), a Torah Chanter, a terrible singer, a worse dancer, a Berkeley mom, an MIT wife, a sister, a daughter, a Brooklyn College Alum, a transplanted New Yorker, a Yeshiva survivor, a resident of Silicon Valley and a pretty good friend. Oh, yeah, I read alot... Read More →
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Nancy Kim Park

I recently had an essay published in The Rumpus. I enjoy volunteering at 826 Valencia and will be applying for my teaching credentials in the fall. As someone who has had a hard time speaking up, I want to help others find their voices as well. I live with my family in the San Francisco Bay Area, and you can find me on Twitter @nancykimpark.
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Ann Shortell

1868 Ottawa: A country at risk, a hero assassinated, the wrong man hanged. A housemaid uncovers the truth. | CELTIC KNOT | Ann Shortell is a Canadian non-fiction author. She plans to publish her novel, Celtic Knot, on April 7th 2018 -- the 150th anniversary of the assassination of D'Arcy McGee.


Saturday October 15, 2016 7:15pm - 8:15pm
Wildhawk 3464 19th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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