Julian Francis Park, Lauren Levin, and Isabel Bezerra Balee
June 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Julian Francis Park lives in Oakland and writes poems, narrative, literary criticism, and social theory. Through the Bay Area Public School Julian facilitates a writing workshop, “Writing with world stuff,” at the Omni Commons, where Julian also is on the Communications and Challenging Dominant Cultures working groups. Julian works reception in Causa Justa/Just Cause’s Tenants’ Rights Clinic. Tweets: @jfpark3; links: https://jfpark.tumblr.com/texts
Lauren Levin is the author of The Braid (Krupskaya) and Justice Piece/Transmission (forthcoming, Timeless, Infinite Light 2018). They are a Summer 2018 Columnist at Open Space, SFMoma’s arts and culture platform and from 2011-2014, co-edited the Poetic Labor Project. Lauren is from New Orleans and lives in Richmond, CA.
Isabel Bezerra Balée writes poems and works at a nonprofit in Berkeley. Previously, she has taught creative writing at Tulane University. Born and raised in New Orleans, with roots in Northern Brazil, she feels a deep connection to floodplains. Links and writings can be found at: ibalee.tumblr.com. Isabel lives in Oakland.