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Saturday, October 20 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm
An Evening with The Rumpus

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Come feel the literary love. Featuring readings from five of our favorite Bay Area writers, with comedy by Nato Green. Hosted by Christine H. Lee.

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Nato Green

In 2018, Nato Green released his second comedy album The Whiteness Album on Blonde Medicine Records, and will be appearing in the film Sorry to Bother You, and lived in Cuba for six months. His first comedy album, The Nato Green Party, was released by Rooftop Comedy. Nato has been... Read More →
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Lizz Huerta

Born and raised in Chula Vista, California to Mexican and Puerto Rican parents, Lizz Huerta has been navigating/erasing borders her entire life. Her work has appeared in The Rumpus, Duende, The Portland Review, Winter Tangerine, The Miami Rail, and several anthologies.
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R.O. Kwon

R.O. Kwon's first novel, The Incendiaries, was published by Riverhead in July of 2018. She is a National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellow. Her writing has appeared in The Guardian, Vice, BuzzFeed, Noon, Time, Electric Literature, Playboy, San Francisco Chronicle, and elsewhere... Read More →
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Christine H. Lee

Editor, The Rumpus
Christine H. Lee is the author of a memoir, Tell Me Everything You Don't Remember, and a forthcoming novel, The Golem of Seoul, both from Ecco / Harper Collins. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, ZYZZYVA, Guernica, The Rumpus, and BuzzFeed, among others. She is on Twitter... Read More →
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Christine No

Christine No is a Korean American poet, essayist and producer. She is a Sundance Alum, VONA Fellow, two time Pushcart Prize nominee, and Best of the Net Nominee. You can find her work in: The Rumpus, sPARKLE+bLINK, Columbia Journal, Story Online, Apogee, Atlas and Alice, and various... Read More →
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Matthew Siegel

Matthew Siegel is the author of Blood Work, winner of the Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry from University of Wisconsin-Madison. Blood Work was also released on CB Editions in the U.K. where it was shortlisted for The Felix Dennis Prize for Best First Collection by the Forward Arts... Read More →



Saturday October 20, 2018 8:00pm - 9:00pm
The Chapel (outdoors) 777 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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