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Saturday, October 20 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
FORUM Magazine

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Contributors to City College of San Francisco's FORUM literary magazine will read works published within its pages during its 81-year history. Emceed by Jackie Davis Martin.

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Matthew Andrews

Born and raised in Sacramento, Matthew Andrews moved to San Francisco almost a decade ago by way of Ann Arbor. He is a student at CCSF where he is pursuing a Creative Writing Certificate.
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bloodflower

a native of southern New England, bloodflower has been publishing his singular yet provocative poesy since his teens, leading to publication in The New England Anthology of Poetry. bloodflower is an accomplished composer and multi-instrumentalist and has exhibited his photography... Read More →
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Vincent Calvarese

Vincent Calvarese was born and raised in the Bay Area and has lived here all of his life. He has worn many hats in the Bay Area—barista, salesperson, journalist, graphic designer, union representative, deputy sheriff, homeless advocate and published writer and poet. After a long... Read More →
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Zachariah Greer Hauptman

Zach Hauptman is a Reference Librarian with the South San Francisco Public Library by day, a CCSF student at night, and a gigantic genderqueer nerd at all times (they/them pronouns, pls!). | | With their group, Truth Sans Justice, they run panels on popular culture, misogyny and... Read More →
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Matt Luedke

Matt Luedke was the Fiction Editor for CCSF's Forum in Spring 2018. You can often find Matt either hiking through the nature of the Bay Area, biking up a steep SF hill in the easiest gear on his beloved, sticker-covered hybrid, or bundled up at one of SF's cold beaches with a notebook... Read More →


Saturday October 20, 2018 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Adobe Books & Arts Cooperative 3130 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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