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Oakland Beast Crawl

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On Saturday, July 12, I participated in the Oakland Beast Crawl. It was a fantastic time! I got to hear so much great writing, talk to a bunch of awesome writers, and perform my own work! And it was all captured on video.

I read an excerpt from my novel, Splitting the Wind, at Writing Without Walls, curated and hosted by Jeff Von Ward at Rock, Paper, Scissors Collective. Here’s the video of the event.

Charles Kruger and I co-hosted the Bay Area Generations reading at Era Art and Wine Bar. We both performed as surprise musical guests interspersed between three intergenerational pairs of writers. It was fun to sing “Pacific Song” a cappella. Here’s the video.

The crawl was a wonderful celebration of the Bay Area literary community, and I’m honored to have been a part of it. Thank you so much to all the organizers, curators, readers, musicians, and audience members…

 

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Writing is Healing at Succulent Words Workshop

 Read about one participant’s great experience at the last Heal Write workshop at Succulence, as well as an example of the types of writing we generate in the workshops, on her blog. Register for the upcoming three-week Succulent Words workshop to do some healing writing of your own!

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Writing That Risks is now available!

The first publication from Red Bridge Press, Writing That Risks: New Work from Beyond the Mainstream, is now available for purchase! This wonderful collection of boundary-breaking fiction, poetry, and non-fiction, was a joy to edit. I’m thrilled to be able to share these great pieces from a diverse group of contemporary authors with the world. Check it out!