SFWW at Lit Crawl
Saturday, October 20, 2018, 8 pm
Cafe La Boheme, 3318 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110
San Francisco Writers Workshop is participating in Lit Crawl. Click here to see the full Lit Crawl schedule.
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Conrad Bishop is a professional actor/playwright, now writing fiction. With his mate Elizabeth Fuller he has written 50+ plays, 2 novels, and a memoir, and shared two writing fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. Their radio series "Hitchhiking off the Map" was broadcast for three years on KPFA.
Robin Bullard once drove in a demolition derby and came in fifth. Robin Bullard is trying to write a novel. Robin Bullard hitch-hiked across America four times. Robin Bullard ushers tourists to the best selfie locations. While in Paris, Robin Bullard worked as a laborer. Robin Bullard's book of short stories, I Came by Cab, can be found on Amazon.com.
Hannah Custis is a writer, teacher, and Ph.D. student. Originally from rural Maryland, she lived in Florida and New York City before moving to the West Coast to study at the California Institute of Integral Studies. Her current research explores mythology and therapeutic storytelling as ways to understand women's experiences of grief. When she's not working on academic papers, she enjoys writing personal essays and creative nonfiction. Hannah has yet to publish her writing but hopes to change that soon.
Cynthia Gómez is an educator who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her work was published in From Totems to Hip-Hop: A Multicultural Anthology of Poetry.
Originally from Kishinev, Moldova, Tatyana Sundeyeva is a Russian-American writer and novelist living in San Francisco. She writes both fiction and nonfiction, with particular interest in transportive travel writing, Young Adult novels with witty female characters, and short stories that combine both.
Tony Tepper's mother was a butterfly trainer, and his father died from a tragic blotting paper accident when Tony was four. He may not have ink in his blood, but Tony has it all over his pants, white shirts, and hands. He has been the recipient of the Lifetime Procrastination in Writing Medal, but once he has raided the refrigerator, still loves to write.
Our moderator this evening: A proud public educator, in 2014 Judy Viertel was named San Francisco Teacher of the Year. She can't seem to stay away from fiction, though. She's been published in Gargoyle Magazine, Gold Dust Magazine, Read Short Fiction, Mad Swirl, and others. One of her stories will appear in the soon-to-be-published anthology More Nuggets from Gold Dust.