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Write Now! Writers of Color Essential Truths Book Launch

Wednesday, 6/30/2021
7:00 - 8:30
Virtual Library

United States

Write Now SF Bay’s fourth anthology features 130 BIPOC writers and artists responding our times with prose, poetry, and visual art reflecting Bay Area realities.

​The pandemic and other events have tested every fiber of our being and shaken relationships with family, community, the nation, and the earth itself. As our basic assumptions about life were upended again and again, what essential truths emerged? Readings by Kim Shuck, Shizue Seigel, An Bui, Andre Le Monte Wilson, Christl  Perkins, Dena Rod, Francee Covington, Karla Brundage, Kevin Madrigal, Lina Begonia, Lorraine Bonner, Mihee Kim, Tehmina Khan, Yeva Johnson, Vanessa Cabrera, and Venus Zahura Noble.

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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

Attending Programs

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