All selected authors will be paid and published in sPARKLE + bLINK 110, featuring cover art by Stuart Robertson!
Please note: this show is free and all ages (with mature content), but RSVP is required.
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ABOUT THE CURATORS
Kevin Dublin is a writer of poetry, prose, scripts, and code originally from the small town of Smithfield, NC. His words have recently appeared in The Racket, Cincinnati Review, North Carolina Literary Review, Sparkle + Blink, and he is author of the chapbook How to Fall in Love in San Diego (Finishing Line Press, 2017). Kevin holds an MFA from San Diego State, leads workshops all over the bay area, including Litquake’s Elder Writing Project, and enjoys making video adaptations of poetry and developing web apps for writers.
Antony Fangary is a Coptic-American Poet, Educator, and Artist living in San Francisco. His work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in The Oakland Review, New American Writing, Interim, Welter, and elsewhere. His chapbook, HARAM, was published by Etched Press in 2019. Antony was Honorable Mention of the Ina Coolbrith Poetry Prize, Finalist for the 2019 Wabash Prize, Runner-up for the 2020 Test Site Poetry Series, and holds an MFA from San Francisco State University.
Can't make it? The show will be archived in video and full text, like all of our previous readings! Find them, along with a daily calendar of Bay Area literary events + more, @ Litseen.
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