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A poet draws inspiration from the mean streets of the Tenderloin neighborhood he’s lived in for nearly a decade. Creosote Minidoc #1
The current SF Bay Guardian is devoted to a slice of literary life in San Francisco, and filled with small, intimate personal essays – a rare thing in any kind of newspaper.
Big letters, the undead, skulls, and street signs: Polk Gulch graffiti.
Three people were shot a block from my Tenderloin apartment earlier this week. My neighbor said it was about drugs.
Larry Rothe, author of a new history of the San Francisco Symphony, talks about the City, the orchestra, music, and writing.
Levi Pata’s solo debut at Kokoro Studio in San Francisco displays worldly inspiration along with elemental flow.
The winter literary quarterlies are hitting bookshelves in San Francisco—Zyzzyva, 14 Hills, and McSweeney’s.
Like the 4.2 magnitude earthquake last week that jolted the Bay Area, Litquake 2011 came and went quickly this October, leaving us all with different impressions.
The Scanners Project is a temporary bookstore meets art installation, a showcase of the tactile pleasures of physicality of books.
To say this was a lively debate would be stretching it, but it was encouraging to see the candidates in agreement on the importance of the arts.
Steven T. Jones (aka Scribe) takes a deep look into Burning Man’s history and inner workings in his book, The Tribes of Burning Man.