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Writers With Drinks: Star Trek Economics & Queer Literature | SF

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Saturday, August 13, 2016 - 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm | Cost: $5*
*$5 to $20 on a sliding scale. No one is turned away for lack of funds.

Make-Out Room | 3225 22nd. St., San Francisco, CA

Event Details

This month, San Francisco’s longest-running reading series features the economics of Star Trek, queer poetry, airships, one woman’s first-hand accounts of her weirdest dates and much, much more.

About the readers/performers:

  • Juliana Delgado Lopera is an award-winning Colombian writer/educato /oral-historian based in San Francisco. She’s performed in countless events around the Bay Area.
  • Emmanuel Saadia is the author of Trekonomics: The Economics of Star Trek. His work on Trekonomics has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Business Insider.
  • David D. Levine is the multi-award-winning author of the Regency interplanetary airship adventure novel Arabella of Mars (Tor 2016) and more than fifty science fiction and fantasy stories.
  • Carlos Allende is the author of Love, or the Witches of Windward Circle: A Horror Farce.
  • Roberto F. Santiago is a poet, translator, and lead singer in a solo act who produces his own music, and dances rips into his pants.  His first full-length collection of poems, Angel Park, was released April 2015 by Lethe Press.
  • Wendy Newman is an author, and a dating, sex and relationship coach. Her book 121 First Dates: How to Succeed at Online Dating, Fall in Love and Live Happily Ever After (Really!) has been praised by Access Hollywood, The Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Glamour, Self, and more.

Disclaimer: Please double check event information with the event organizer as events can be canceled, details can change after they are added to our calendar, and errors do occur.

Cost: $5*
*$5 to $20 on a sliding scale. No one is turned away for lack of funds.
Categories: Literature
Address: 3225 22nd. St., San Francisco, CA