Writing the Flood and LitCrawl on 10/15!

Happy rain, Bay Area!

Just a quick note to remind you that our monthly generative writing group, Writing the Flood, meets tomorrow, 10/15, from 1-4:30pm. We’ve got a couple of spaces left, so let me know if you’d like to join us. (More information about Writing the Flood below.)

And whether or not you join us for Writing the Flood tomorrow,  grab your umbrellas and head for the Mission to take part in LitCrawl 2016! I’ll be joining Carol Queen and five phenomenal others for the LitCrawl edition of Perverts Put Out during Phase 2 (7:15 sharp!) at GoodVibes on Valencia. Happy Crawling!

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Writing the Flood
Every third Saturday of the month

The next Writing the Flood generative writing group meets on October 15, 1-4:30pm. Join us for powerful new writing and a fun, supportive community!

Writing The Flood is a writing group for anyone looking to prime the writing pump: using the Amherst Writers and Artists method, we will write together in response to exercises designed to get those pens moving, and get onto the page the stories, poems, essays, images and voices that have been stuck inside for too long. This is a time to work on a larger project, get started on new work, play on the page, or write yourself through a block and back into your writing voice. Unless otherwise noted, this group meets on the third Saturday of the month. $50 (sliding scale available). Limited to 10 writers.

No previous writing experience necessary! Groups now held in an accessible space in downtown San Francisco, 1.5 blocks from Embarcadero BART. Pre-registration is required — please write to the address above with questions or to register.

(Can’t make it this month? Mark your calendars for the next Flood Write on November 19.)

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Good Vibrations: Perverts Put Out
Saturday October 15, 2016 7:15pm – 8:15pm
Good Vibrations 603 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

This diverse, filthy, thought-provoking, surprisingly charming, long-running San Francisco spoken-word treasure, now held quarterly at the Center for Sex & Culture, comes to Valencia Street for Lit Crawl!

With Readers:
Greta Christina • Jen Cross • Marlo Gayle • Daphne Gottlieb • Carol Queen • Simon Sheppard • horehound stillpoint