Why There Are Words: Serendipity

Why There Are Words Literary Reading Series presents seven award-winning writers reading from their works on the theme “Serendipity” on March 14, 2013.

Get down to Studio 333 to discover what literary fortune awaits in this Chinese Year of the Snake!

Doors open at 7pm; event begins at 7:15. $10.
Bring cash for books & booze.
More info including readers’ full bios at the website at www.whytherearewords.com.

Why There Are Words is curated by Peg Alford Pursell. Lois Smith is our intern. WTAW was named SF Guardian’s Best of the Bay for Literary Event 2012.

AND this is it: last day to register for StoryFarm’s Creative Nonfiction Weekend Intensive, March 16-17. Two days, four classes! Take one, two, three, or all four (deals & discounts). Flash CNF (Peg Alford Pursell); Personal Narrative (Anne Galjour); Memoir (Tamim Ansary); Humor (Graham Gremore). Details on the website.

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