Ben Bac Sierra

See the link to the Zoom reading below!

CCSF’s Creative Writing Program Presents

Ben Bac Sierra will be reading from his recently published book,

Pura Neta

Live on Zoom

See the link below!

Wenesday, December 2, 2020

6:00-7:00 PM

Raised by a widowed mother and the San Francisco Mission District streets, Ben Bac Sierra lived a harsh ‘homeboy’ existence until an equally harsh stint in the United States Marine Corps at age seventeen set him on an unlikely trajectory from veteran Gulf War combat veteran to professor and writer.

Ben attended City College of San Francisco and went on to earn degrees from U.C. Berkeley, San Francisco State University, and the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.

Currently, he is a professor at City College of San Francisco, an advisor for HOMEY SF, and a community innovator and speaker throughout the Bay Area. Ben’s essays and stories have been published in newspapers and literary magazines, including World Literature Today, where he was featured as a prominent emerging author. His first novel Barrio Bushido was presented a Best of the Bay Award and an International Latino Book Award. In 2016, U.C. Hastings College of the Law La Raza Students Association honored him as an Alumnus of the Year.

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Topic: Ben Bac Sierra Readin from Pura Neta
Time: Dec 2, 2020 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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