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Saturday, October 20 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Sunday Stories Presents: Brown People Don't Read?

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This event pushes boundaries and dispels the myth that brown people don't value the written word. We bring you voices of humor, rage, wonder and introspection.


Authors
avatar for Scott R. Duncan

Scott R. Duncan

Scott Russell Duncan is a Chicano writer with the whitest name in America. His unpublished novel The Ramona Diary of SRD is about Spanish California. He is assistant editor at Somos en escrito, The Latino Literary Online Magazine. 
avatar for Lisa D. Gray

Lisa D. Gray

Lisa reads, writes, and rants about the things that tick her off and amuse her. She follows trends and looks back at how the past affects our present. She lives and writes in the Bay Area. Her writing focuses on intersections of blackness, womanhood, and Americaness. She earned her... Read More →
avatar for Jenny Irizary

Jenny Irizary

Jenny Irizary is working on a memoir about growing up along the Russian River. Her work is published in Sick Lit, Squalorly, Snapping Twig, Communion, Atticus Review, and other journals.
avatar for Blanca Torres

Blanca Torres

Blanca Torres earned a Masters of Fine Arts in fiction from Mills College and is a founding member of Sunday Stories. She is finishing a short story collection and a memoir about her mother’s childhood in Mexico.
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Norma Liliana Valdez

Norma Liliana Valdez is an alumna of the VONA/Voices Workshop, the Writing Program at UC Berkeley Extension, and a 2014 Hedgebrook writer-in-residence. A member of the Macondo Writers’ Workshop, her poems have appeared in Calyx, As It Ought To Be, Dismantle, and elsewhere. She lives... Read More →


Saturday October 20, 2018 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Beauty Bar 2299 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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