WritersCorps teaching artists and the young writers they work with share writing about forging identity and purpose in an ever-changing world.
This reading is part of the annual Lit Crawl on Saturday, October 19, when hundreds of writers will read at venues all over the Mission district. Lit Crawl is the final event of Litquake, a literary festival now in its 14th year.
WHAT: WritersCorps at Litquake – Lit Crawl in the Mission
WHO: Featuring WritersCorps teaching artists Sandra García Rivera, Roseli Ilano, Carrie Leilam Love, harold terezón, Rose Tully, and young writers from WritersCorps.
WHEN & WHERE: Saturday, October 19, 2013, 6-7 p.m.
Paxton Gate’s Curiosities for Kids
766 Valencia Street
(Between 18th & 19th Streets)
PLEASE NOTE: Paxton Gate’s Curiosities for Kids is down the street from the regular Paxton Gate location.
Roseli Ilano is co-editor of Walang Hiya, an anthology of Filipino American writers and poets. She is working on a story collection about the global Philippine diaspora.
Carrie Leilam Love is an Oakland-based writer and teacher. She has an MFA from San Francisco State and leads WritersCorps workshops in the Bayview.
Sandra García Rivera is the author of two chapbooks. She curates and hosts the monthly bilingual literary series Lunada at Galería de la Raza.
harold terezón is the recipient of a PEN Rosenthal Emerging Voices Fellowship. He is a native of Los Angeles and is working on his book, 13816 Judd St.
Rose Tully has attended the RADAR Lab Retreat in Mexico, and has taught creative writing and filmmaking to youth through the San Francisco Arts Education Network and SFUSD.
Three young authors from WritersCorps will read excerpts of their work from recent publications.