Radar Reading Series: Indie Writers & Free Cookies | SF Main Library
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San Francisco Main Public Library | 100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94102
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
November 2013 | “Show Us Your Spines” Indie Writers Reading | SF Main Library
November 5, 2013 Lineup:
- Laura Cerón
- Wendy McNaughton + Caroline Paul
- Griselda Suarez
- Travis Jeppesen
Wendy McNaughton is an illustrator based in san francisco. Her drawings have been published in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Lucky Peach, and Print. Her illustrated documentary series, Meanwhile, appears on The Rumpus.
Caroline Paul is the author of ‘East Wind’, ‘Rain’, a historical novel and ‘Fighting Fire’, a memoir.
Griselda Suarez is a writer, cook, and a teacher. She was born in unincorporated East Los Angeles. As a Lambda Literary Fellow, she continues to work on her poetry collection and a body of essays. Aunt Lute Press, Seal Press, Acentos Literary Review, Finishing Line Press, NCOC Press, The Other Side, and OutSpoken Journal have published her work. Her blog chronicles Peppered Up Foods and has led her to a tantalizing experience with food writing. In addition to cooking at her restaurant, Sliced and Diced Eatery, she currently teaches writing at Cal State University Long Beach in the Chicano and Latino Studies department and at DeVry University.
Travis Jeppesen is based in Berlin and London, where he is a PhD candidate at the Royal College of Art. His writings on art, literature, and film regularly appear in Artforum, Bookforum, Upon Paper, and Art in America. Jeppesen’s latest novel is The Suiciders (Semiotext(e)/MIT Press).
Laura Cerón is a Colombian editorial designer / Print lover / Illustrator. An advocate and enthusiast of self publication, she’s published “De Suna en Suna” (2011), an interactive journal exploring the passing of time in Bogotá; “Plastic Panties”, a Spanglish Queer zine with her partner. A myriad of chapbooks, zines, small books in collaboration with the Colombian art collective “Tyrannus Melancholicus”. Laura has worked for printing houses such as McSweeneys, and La Silueta Ediciones. She has a serious obsession with letters and birds, which she scribbles with pen and ink, watercolors and crayons. Lately she’s worked with relief ink in a series linocut prints for the Colombian Marriage Equality campaign.
Categories: Literature, San Francisco