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Saturday, October 20 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
The Coop's Literary Relay Race: The ManMaid's Tale

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The Castro Writers Cooperative presents The ManMaid's Tale,  a twisted take on Atwood's dystopia, an original piece written solely for Lit Crawl.

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avatar for Alison Bing

Alison Bing

Write/ edit/ curate content on travel/ food/ drink/ art/ design for Lonely Planet, Airbnb, BBC, Time Inc mags, sundry others.
avatar for Karen Bjorneby

Karen Bjorneby

Karen Bjorneby is the author of Hurricane Season. Her fiction and poetry has appeared in such places as The Threepenny Review, New Letters, The Sun, North American Review, StoryQuarterly, New Orleans Review, and anthologized online at Poetry Daily. She’s received a Pushcart Special... Read More →
avatar for Jeanne Carstensen

Jeanne Carstensen

Jeanne Carstensen is a journalist based in San Francisco.  Her coverage of the refugee crisis in Europe ran in The Nation, PRI’s The World, Foreign Policy and other publications.  She’s working on a book about the deadliest day of the crisis on the Greek island of Lesvos, told... Read More →
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Joshua Citrak

Joshua Citrak - author and podcaster, host of Do Better and Hangin’ with Old Lew available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google Store.
avatar for Andrea Coombes

Andrea Coombes

Andrea Coombes is a staff writer at NerdWallet. Her personal-finance stories have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, Miami Herald and elsewhere. In other news, she's working on a book about unreliable mothers. She walks her dog every day, almost. Sometimes... Read More →
avatar for Susie Hara

Susie Hara

Susie Hara is the author of Finder of Lost Objects, a Lambda Literary Award Finalist and winner of a first-place International Latino Book Award. Her stories have appeared in several anthologies, including Stirring up a Storm and Best American Erotica. Her play Lost and Found... Read More →
avatar for Scott James

Scott James

Co-founder, Castro Writers' Cooperative
Scott James is the co-founder of the Castro Writers' Cooperative, a co-working space for writers in San Francisco. He's a contributor to The New York Times and has three Emmy Awards for his work in TV news. He's also the author of two bestselling novels, "SoMa" and "The Sower," published... Read More →
avatar for Mercilee Jenkins

Mercilee Jenkins

Mercilee Jenkins is an award winning playwright/performance artist, published poet and fiction writer.  Her current play-in-progress, Incident at the Beach, had a staged reading in June and is being developed as podcast for an audio drama series, Twelve Chimes, It’s Midnight... Read More →
avatar for Mike Karpa

Mike Karpa

Gay San Francisco writer and malcontent whose memoir, short fiction and novel excerpts have recently appeared in Chaleur, Tin House, Sixfold and a handful of other discerning litmags.
avatar for Shana Mahaffey

Shana Mahaffey

Co-Founder, Castro Writers Cooperative
Shana Mahaffey is the author of the novel, Sounds Like Crazy, a San Francisco Chronicle notable book for Fall 2009.
avatar for Janis Cooke Newman

Janis Cooke Newman

I'm the author of a memoir and two novels--all currently in print. I'm also the founder of the Lit Camp writers conference, which will be held at Esalen this upcoming May.
avatar for Susanne Pari

Susanne Pari

I'm an Iranian-American writer and author of The Fortune Catcher, a novel of a young woman—American and Iranian, Jewish and Muslim—caught in the aftermath of the 1979 Islamic Revolution. I write and speak on issues of immigration, religious fundamentalism, women’s rights, and... Read More →
avatar for Jessica Raya

Jessica Raya

Jessica Raya’s latest novel, Please Proceed to the Nearest Exit, was one of iPad Books’ Summer's Most Anticipated in 2017. Before that, The Buenos Aires Broken Hearts Club, published in four languages under a pseudonym, was a Redbook Top 10 Summer Read and a Kirkus Best Books... Read More →
avatar for Doug Robson

Doug Robson

Douglas Robson is an award-winning journalist. He has covered professional tennis since 2002, and written about other sports ranging from cycling and soccer to America’s Cup and the Iditarod. He also has written about business and the business of sports.
avatar for Natacha Ruck

Natacha Ruck

Do you remember an embarrassing moment? Let's talk about it. I am a storyteller and a storymonger. There is power in telling stories, event the embarrassing ones, and I strive to harness this power through video, audio, prose and live performance. I teach multimedia storytelling... Read More →
avatar for Melina Selverston-Scher

Melina Selverston-Scher

Courage Seeker, The Castro Writers Coop
Writer, editor, journalist, political science professor, environmental non-profit director, global warrior for indigenous peoples and the environment, feminist, ally, musician with San Francisco's first and foremost industrial ragtime band: Parlor Tricks. What Would Judith Do?
avatar for Cameron Tuttle

Cameron Tuttle

Cameron Tuttle is an American author. She began her career as a writer for an advertising agency before writing her first book, "The Paranoid's Pocket Guide," which landed her on Oprah. Inspired by the movie Thelma and Louise, Tuttle went on the lam in 1996, doing research for what would become the Bad Girl's... Read More →
avatar for Anna Volpicelli

Anna Volpicelli

Art /Design/ lifestyle Journalist  San Francisco Bay Area.


Saturday October 20, 2018 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Fellow Barber 696 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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