Wednesday 5/24: David Brazil celebrates the release of Holy Ghost, his third full-length collection. He will be in conversation with Julien Poirier, co-founder of Ugly Duckling Presse. Free, 7 p.m., City Lights Bookstore.
Thursday 5/25: InsideStorytime presents “Defiance” featuring Micheline Aharaonian Marcom (A Brief History of Yes), Brynn Saito (Power Made Us Swoon), Vernon Keeve III (Southern Migrant Mixtape), and others. Free, 7 p.m., Ale Industries.
This week’s theatre recommendation is the classical Indian dance company, Abhinaya, featured as part of the remarkable San Francisco International Arts Festival. The Festival, in residence at Fort Mason from May 25 through June 4, offers daily and evening programming that includes performances of theatre, music, and dance companies from all over the world, as well as various workshops and lectures. To read about Ahbinaya, click here. For further information, click here.
For coverage of the Bay area theatre scene, visit TheatreStorm.
Due to unforeseen interruptions in their schedule, Evan Karp and Rebecca Samuelson of Litseen are not presenting video of a local author this week. Instead, we offer something from the Litseen archives, first published about this time last year. Here’s video of local author, Barbara Jane Reyes. Read an interview here.
And here’s video of one of last week’s SF Notables, Lauren Groff.
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