Writers

Writers

Barry David Horwitz has been teaching and reviewing theater for many years–as well as acting and producing plays for The Quixotic Players. He tries to link theater to political and social movements, as he did for many years in English and Drama classes at Saint Mary’s College, Univ/Calif/Berkeley, and Univ/Paris. READ MORE

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Svea Vikander explores untold and necessary topics in print, web, and radio broadcast. She interviews artists and other cultural producers for Arts In Review (Thursdays on KALX90.7FM) and has contributed to gallery catalogues, parenting blogs, Canada’s most-visited progressive news site, and the Swedish magazine Feministisk Perspektiv. READ MORE

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Tyler Jeffreys, the thespian, studies acting and advertising at CSU East Bay. She works as one of those wine snob bartenders in downtown San Francisco, and loves talking about theater and plays to unsuspecting patrons. READ MORE

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Kim Waldron is a retired union organizer who grew up with an actor-mother and brother. She loves all theatre, from Shakespeare to musical to Improv and everything in-between.

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Robert M. Gardner, a native of North Dakota, is trained as an archaeologist, with a life-long love of the arts. He taught for many years at at Saint Mary’s College of California, teaching courses including “Exploring Museums, and Music Around the Bay.” READ MORE

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Rosa del Duca is a writer, journalist, teacher and musician. Her work has appeared in literary magazines like Cutbank, CALYX, River Teeth, and Mission at 10th. READ MORE

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Nicholas Leither lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, and teaches writing at Santa Clara University. His books include Dubliners: A Guide to the Craft of Fiction and Slant: Writing Essays You Want to Read. READ MORE

 

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Susan Dunn finds a community, inspiration, revelation and joy in Bay Area live theater. READ MORE

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Pamela Feinsilber was, for ten years, a senior editor at San Francisco Magazine, making sure the cultural coverage was as broad and deep as possible. READ MORE

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Michael Vincent Rodriguez was born and adopted in San Francisco. He spent his formative years in Vacaville, California. An avid observer of the world around him, he found his academic focus in philosophy and aesthetics. READ MORE

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Evelyn Arevalo is a Bay Area native, currently studying human development at CSU East Bay. She is passionate about film, literature, social issues and international travel. READ MORE

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Kelsey Severson is a Northern California native, born and raised in the heart of wine country. She has been a San Franciscan for over six years and studies psychology at City College of San Francisco. READ MORE

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Mary Volmer is the author of two novels: Crown of Dust (Soho Press, 2010) and Reliance, Illinois (Soho Press, 2016). Her essays, reviews, and short stories have appeared in various publications, including Mutha Magazine,the Farallon Review, Women’s Basketball Magazine, Fiction Writers Review, Historical Novel Society Review, The New Orleans Review, Brevity, and Ploughshares. READ MORE

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Carly Van Liere grew up in Marin County before getting her BFA in Acting from University of Michigan, in April 2018. READ MORE

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Justin Lopez, a new actor and writer, performs as a member of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus. Justin has recently begun appearing in theatre and video productions around the Bay Area, and continues to develop his acting training. READ MORE

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Jennifer Ann Charron, a native of Seattle, raises cats, dogs and kids in the East Bay. A marketing director, consultant and content strategist by trade, Jennifer is first and foremost a professional story teller. READ MORE

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Beau McGlasson is a writer and editor in Berkeley by way of Houston, but don’t hold that against him. READ MORE

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Ishai Padawer works in cell culture process development. He has a few years of experience in the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, but has always enjoyed writing. READ MORE

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