Writing w/o Walls
An SF Bay Area Reading Series
  • Writing Without Walls Intervention

    + Share On… Facebook Twitter Recommended Writing Without Walls: Intervention 7:30 p.m. May 22 @ Cafe Du Soleil http://writingwithoutwalls.com Every month, Writing Without Walls picks a topic and accepts submissions of all forms of writing, choosing the six best pieces and publishing them in a chapbook available for only $5 at the show. This month, […]

    MFA Students Prove Their Worth in New Series Writing Without Walls

    July 20, 2011 by Evan Karp Tahminah Zaman demonstrates Egyptian dance before reading poetry at Sacred Grounds.   ​ Categories: Books and Literature, Dance, Literary Events, Over the Weekend, Spoken Word MFA programs are worthless. The whole thing is just a pyramid scheme that produces nothing more visceral than occasional paper cuts. At least that’s […]

    Writing without Walls: drunken limb flailing

    Jul 15, 2011 by Charles Kruger Astonishingly, the San Francisco literary scene continues to grow and expand. When my friends and I hear of a new series starting up, the discussion invariably revolves around the question, “Do we really need another reading series? Isn’t enough, well, enough?” On June 28, I descended into the surreal […]

    Litseen: Week in Review

    July 3, 2011 by Evan Karp excerpt… On Tuesday, the submission-based series Writing Without Walls debuted at Project One Gallery with a showcase of six writers, all students at the University of San Francisco. A strong first reading despite technical difficulties, the group made a case for the innate integrity of the submission-based system. There […]