Writing w/o Walls
An SF Bay Area Reading Series
Categories: Readings


This reading will take place Thursday, June 26, 7:30 p.m. at Cafe du Soleil 200 Fillmore St. San Francisco

Announcing our readers:

Cassandra Dallett lives in Oakland, CA. in a house with three handsome young men and two cute dogs. Cassandra is widely published online and in print. Her first full-length book of poetry Wet Reckless was released from Manic D Press in May of 2014. Cassandra has been introduced as the poet you most want on your side in a bar room brawl so close your mouth and open your ears.


Tony DeGenaro is an Ohio poet living in California’s Bay Area. Currently pursuing an MFA at the University of San Francisco, Tony Received his BA at Otterbein University. His poetry has been published internationally.


Alexis George is a writer and staff editor at Transfer Literary Magazine in San Francisco.


Caitlin McCarthy is an Oakland native finishing up her MFA in Writing at the University of San Francisco. Her latest obsessions are milkshakes and excessive visits to the library.


Tomas Moniz teaches at Berkeley City College. He is the founder, editor, and a writer for the award wining zine, book and now magazine: Rad Dad. He also is co-founder and co-host of the successful monthly reading series Lyrics and Dirges as well as the more rambunctious open mic, Saturday Night Special. He’s been making zines since the late nineties, and his most current zines Dirty and The Body is a Wild Wild Thing are available but you have to send him a postcard.


Angela Roberts edits a zine called Supertrooper and plays cello. She lives in Oakland, CA.


Jon Sindell  is a humanities tutor and a writing coach for business professionals. His flash fiction collection, The Roadkill Collection, is scheduled to be released by Big Table Publishing in late 2014. Jon’s short fiction has appeared in over sixty publications. He curates the Rolling Writers reading series in San Francisco.

Yes we are multifarious word manglers, deconstructors and put-her-back-together-ers, hedonists, lovers, inventors, and geniuses -in print. In speak, we are awkward thumb and hair twisters, mismatched and clumsy, full of quiet tensions, hushed obsessions-fascinations-addictions-and- squelched-desires-to take each other to the handicapped bathroom and get it on. And so, we figured what better way to quickly and efficiently disintegrate these boundaries than to combine booze and music and get a reckless abandon of limbs, smiles, and louder-than-necessary schmoozing.

image courtesy of Ze Valdi.

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