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Saturday, October 20 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Consider the Crab Collective [Verbs]

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Come witness the eclectic San Francisco collective who brings you poetry performed, poetry read, poetry improvised, and poetry combined with multimedia, art, & various ephemera in this interactive & immersive poetry experience.

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Jade Chan

Jade Chan loves words and daylights as a software engineer. She studied English Literature and Computer Science at Tufts University, enjoys typography & algorithms, and spends an extraordinary amount of time on her computer.
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Kevin Dublin

Kevin Dublin is author of the chapbook How to Fall in Love in San Diego and editor of Etched Press. He has been the recipient of fellowships and awards from the Martha's Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing, North Carolina Poetry Society, and more. He enjoys making video adaptations... Read More →
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Antony Fangary

Antony Fangary is a Coptic-American working on his MFA in Poetry at San Francisco State University. He was the Honorable Mention recipient of the 2015 Ina Coolbrith Poetry Prize, and curates his own reading series called Tenderlovin in the TL, which doubles as a charity event for... Read More →
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Lisa Galloway

Lisa Galloway is a queer San Francisco-based poet with an MFA from Pacific University. A 2014 Lambda Literary Fellow, she’s the author of the chapbook Liminal: A Life of Cleavage published by Lost Horse Press. She directs and teaches poetry for Litquake’s Elder Writing Project... Read More →
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Nikki Henderson

Poet, Consider the Crab
Nikki Henderson, author of The Tower Diaries, is a skeleton that lives (and occasionally sleeps) in San Francisco. The only true soulmates she believes in are beans and rice, but entertains love affairs with delicious weirdos of all kinds. Anywhere she goes, a bouquet tends to spontaneously... Read More →


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