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Saturday, October 20 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Foglifter Press: Queer, Sweet Home

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Co-presented by Lambda Literary

How do queer writers negotiate their feelings of home when their nation has further precluded them a sense of comfort? Foglifter Press, publisher of San Francisco's only queer literary journal, invites a handful of writers to explore how they claim their homestead, and what they claim it as in these times.

Authors
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Indira Allegra

Indira Allegra has been honored with the Jackson Literary Award, Lambda Literary Fellowship and Windgate Craft Fellowship. Her commissions include works for SFMOMA, de Young Museum, The Wattis Institute, City of Oakland, SFJAZZ Poetry Festival and the National Queer Arts Festival... Read More →
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Vianney Casas

Vianney Casas was born in San Diego but raised in Tijuana. Before moving to San Francisco in 2013, she crossed the border every day for 6 years to go to school. She has been featured in Canto, Cipatli, Bossy, Chevere, Gentromancer, and Yerba Mala. Her work is a surrealist testimony... Read More →
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Vernon Keeve III

Vernon Keeve III is a high school English and history teacher for the Oakland Unified School District. His book of poetry and rants Conversations with a Southern Migrant was published by Nomadic Press in spring 2016
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Stacy Nathaniel Jackson

Stacy Nathaniel Jackson was born in Los Angeles and attended Ramona Convent College Preparatory School for Girls in a former incarnation of his life.  He is a Cave Canem fellow and was the recipient of an individual artist's grant from the San Francisco Arts Commission in 2011.  Author... Read More →
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Daniel Lau

Dan Lau is a recipient of a Kundiman Fellowship, a William Dickey Fellowship, an Archie D. and Bertha Walker Scholarship from the FAWC in Provincetown, and an Individual Artist Commission from the San Francisco Arts Commission. He holds degrees from Hunter College of The City University... Read More →



Saturday October 20, 2018 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Public Works (loft) 161 Erie St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA

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