HAVARIE/COLLISION (LITQUAKE SF; OCTOBER 13TH, 2017, 6:00PM-8:30PM)

The European Refugee Crisis: Havarie and the Art of Slow Cinema Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (2550 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110) 6:00PM-8:45PM, October 13, 2017 $15 adv./door Moderator: Nilgun Bayraktar Participants: Merle Kröger, Philip Scheffner Goethe-Institut San Francisco presents a reading with Merle Kröger (Radio Bremen Crime Novel Award 2015 / German Crime Novel Award …

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FORUM Magazine Showcase (LitCrawl SF; October 14th 2017, 6:30PM-7:30PM)

FORUM will be participating in LitCrawlSF. On the final day of LitQuake literary festival, LitCrawl events will be hosted by venues throughout San Francisco's Mission District. FORUM Magazine Showcase Adobe Books (3130 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110) (Phase II) 6:30PM-7:30PM, October 14, 2017 Curators: Jen Sullivan Brych Participants: Brianna Allen, Kevin Cosby, Zachariah Greer …

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Literature Events Around Town: Lyrical Revolt|Revuelta Lírica

It's spring break, so no Forum lab today. Still, that's no excuse to neglect y'all! Seen at the 24th and Mission Muni stop: Answer Coalition presents: Lyrical Revolt|Revuelta Lírica An evening of progressive poetry, spoken word and vocal performances for social justice. Una noche de poesía, palabra oral y expresión creativa. 2969 Mission St, San Francisco …

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Get Lit – Get Lucky

Hi there, fellow writers!   Did you know that Litquake, San Francisco's annual literary festival, is hosting their first-ever literary singles night?  What’s that you say?  You haven’t?  Well, let us tell you about it. It will be a night of writerly bliss, featuring a lineup of guests that includes Alia Volz, the former host/producer …

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México: Política y Poética

Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper and Animations By Katie Dalla, Forum Poetry Editor It’s not often that an art exhibit representing a country goes to the extent of actually showcasing remains of its own citizens. No, nobody’s limbs were severed and put on a podium, but Teresa Margolles’ vibrant yet grotesque 2003 piece, Papeles, brings …

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