Publication Launch

“Miss Michael in the Mirror,” a true story I wrote for my blog, will be included in Fourteen Hills, the literary journal published by San Francisco State University. I’ll read from “Miss Michael” at the launch for the journal’s latest issue, along with four other writers. The event is free; however if you don’t fork out for a drink everyone will think you’re tacky, and I’ll pretend like I don’t know you.

Oh who am I kidding? I’d do anything for seven minutes of adoration. Come on down. Get cultured. Meet the Manly Fireplug.

Press Release:

“Beautifully designed, impeccably edited, Fourteen Hills in one of those handful of literary journals doing the important work of keeping American writing alive and new” –George Saunders

Fourteen Hills Fall 2008 Release Party

Please join us for the release of Fourteen Hills vol. 15.1, an international literary magazine that publishes innovative poetry, fiction, short plays, and literary nonfiction. Fourteen Hills is San Francisco State University’s literary review, committed to presenting a diversity of experimental and progressive work by emerging and cross-genre writers, as well as award-winning and established writers. Contributers have included Peter Orner, Robert Glück, Pam Houston, Lydia Davis, Mary Gaitskill, Denise Levertov, Robert Creeley, and Ray Bradbury.

Part of the vibrant literary heritage of the west coast and the San Francisco Bay Area, Fourteen Hills is honored to be an active participant in the contemporary creative community. As a nonprofit press, its staff, editors, and contributors bring readers of the journal some of the most exciting offerings of independent literature. From the postmodern to the traditional, Fourteen Hills is a testimony to the fact that independent, innovative and experimental literature is alive and thriving.

Please come support your local literary journal as we celebrate with excellent food, tasty drinks and talented writers!

Readers will include: Barbara Jane Reyes, Craig Santos Perez, Michael McAllister, Dustin Wells, and Jeff O’Keefe.

No admission charge, but bring $$ for the new issue. Raffle tickets will also be for sale for fabulous prizes, including:

Private Tour and Barrel Tasting for 10 at Periscope Cellars, $48 BART Pass, 3-month Rhapsody To Go Pass, Handmade Stationary goods from Yellow Owl Workshop, Free 30-minute Psychic Reading with Jeff Alvarez, Gift Certificates for Zzas Wine Bar, Dolores Park Café, West Portal Bookshop, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Starbucks, and more!
Bollyhood Café

3372 19th St @Mission

Wed, December 17th, 2008
7 pm

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