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Sunday, October 6 • 1:15pm - 2:15pm
The Literary Heroics to the Rescue!

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Fresh new takes poetic and prose takes on heroism: urban survivors navigating the gig economy and startup scene, immigrants who can guide us through social collapse, and the diligent valor of collective action.

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Rajesh Naiksatam

Rajesh Naiksatam (https://reedsy.com/discovery/user/rajesh-naiksatam/books) graduated from the School of Visual Arts in NYC. After graduating from SVA, Rajesh moved to L.A. to pursue a career in animation. Since then Rajesh has worked with several film studios, including Boss Films, Digital Domain, Warner Bros., Walt Disney Animation, DreamWorks, and Sony... Read More →
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Peggy Wheeler

Peggy Wheeler (peggyawheeler.com) attended UCLA and was one of twelve students chosen to work with former US poet laureate Robert Pinsky. Her writing has received honorable mentions from judges at the Los Angeles Poetry Festival... Read More →
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Joan Gelfand

Joan Gelfand's (joangelfand.com) reviews, stories and poetry have appeared in over 100 national and international literary journals and magazines including Rattle, Prairie Schooner, Kalliope, California Quarterly, the Toronto Review, Marsh Hawk Review and Levure Litteraire... Read More →
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Jacqueline Berger

Jacqueline Berger (jacquelineberger.com) is the director of the graduate English program at Notre Dame de Namur University in California. Jacqueline Berger is the author of three books of poetry: The Gift That Arrives Broken, winner of the Autumn House Poetry Prize; Things That Burn, winner of the Agha Shahid Ali Prize... Read More →
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Charles St. Anthony

Charles St. Anthony (dtlahustler.com) graduated from Columbia University with a degree in East Asian Studies. After conquering the airwaves of Japan for 12 years, he returned to the US where he released “Impossibly Glamorous” – his book about gay life in Japan and the American celebrities he met overseas. He fo... Read More →



Sunday October 6, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm
Poetry Point at China Town Hub The Chinatown Hub is located on Broadway north of College
  • Organization The Literary Heroics/Synchronized Chaos Magazine
  • Website authorslargeandsmall.com

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