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Saturday, October 20 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
If I Told Napoleon

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Readings will range from straight-ahead realism to magical realism, cat noir to tech boudoir noir, potent poetry to personal essay. 

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Corin Chellberg

Corin Chellberg came to the San Francisco writing scene and If I Told Napoleon by way of Shipwreck, SF's premier literary erotic fanfiction parody competition, of which he is currently the back-to-back champion. Come watch him try and fail to defend his title in Shipwreck's final... Read More →
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Blair Hanley Frank

Hey, I'm Blair, a principal analyst at ISG who resides in San Francisco with a pair of delightful air plants. When I'm not busy researching the latest and greatest, you can usually find me with my nose stuck in a book, cooking something in the kitchen, getting caught up on a television show I missed when it aired years ago... Read More →
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Ty Mecozzi

Ty writes from 7 in the morning to about noonish. He used to write fiction, and now his life is sort've like fiction, so he just writes what's happening, or what he thinks is happening, and calls it "writing". Currently he's working on a long-letter form inspired by Karl Ove, in which... Read More →
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Melinda Noack

Melinda is a poet living in Oakland and a writer at an affordable housing nonprofit in San Francisco. Her work has appeared in sPARKLE & bLINK, Dream Pop Press, Oatmeal Magazine, and Two Lines Press, among others. Once upon a time she helped build Lacuna, “the world’s most public... Read More →
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Joel Streicker

Joel Streicker’s short fiction has appeared in a number of magazines, including Great Lakes Review, Kestrel, and Gravel. His forthcoming story in Blood Orange Review is also the winner of that journal’s inaugural fiction contest and will appear in its December 2019 issue. He has... Read More →
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Spencer Tierney

Spencer Tierney is a writer in San Francisco. He once won a Florence + the Machine facebook caption contest with a pun, volunteered as an IRS-certified tax preparer in the Mission, and started the morning of his first SF Marathon by running a half mile the wrong way before finding... Read More →

Saturday October 20, 2018 6:30pm - 7:30pm PDT
Mission Pie 2901 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA