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Forum Launch Party: Get your Fall Issue!

It’s that time of the year! As the semester comes to a close we want to celebrate all the beautiful work produced by the greater CCSF community, and especially, the newest issue of Forum! We will be hosting a launch party with readers from the newest issue and an open mic, so feel free to bring your work. We’ll also be playing the short films that we’re publishing, so don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to witness the unfolding of a new chapter for Forum Magazine! We’re always looking for more ways to publish and amplify your voices!

The current issue and past issues will be available for purchase, and snacks and drinks will be offered to make this a true literary party!

Come join us for the official launch party of the Fall 2019 issue of Forum Magazine, on Wednesday December 18th from 6-9PM at Alley Cat Bookstore in the SF Mission District.

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We have the immense honor of hosting Tommy Orange, Pulitzer Prize Finalist and author of There, There, at CCSF’s Ocean Campus. Come join Forum for the unique opportunity to hear a local author speak about this beautiful novel, on Wednesday Novemeber 20th, from 10:30 to 12:30, @ the Diego Rivera Theater at the Ocean Campus.

From the City College website:

“Tommy Orange is the author of There There, a multi-generational, relentlessly paced story about a side of America few of us have ever seen: the lives of urban Native Americans. Pulitzer Prize Nominee and one of The New York Times’ top books of 2018, There There shows us violence and recovery, hope and loss, identity and power, dislocation and communion, and the beauty and despair woven into the history of a nation and its people. Orange talks about his craft, the writing process, and Native American history and culture, often meticulously researched visual presentations.”

Members of the Forum team will be there! Stay tuned for a recap and pictures!

The event is free and open to the public.