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Aaron Shurin Reading at SFPL Wed. 3/15/06

Aaron is the co-director of the MFA program I’m attending at the University of San Francisco, and he was my workshop instructor last fall. I wouldn’t miss this for the world. “Passionate” and “personal” perfectly describe his engagement with literature, life, and teaching. If you’re thinking of going to this event, ping me, and maybe we can meet ahead at one of my old haunts–I lived in the Castro in the late 1970s–and walk to the reading together. I plan to bring a camera and my memory.

Locations: Eureka Valley/Harvey Milk Memorial Branch
Address: 3555 16th St. (near Market)
Library Sponsored Public Program
Event Time: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Description: Author Aaron Shurin will read from a passionate, personal history of gay San Francisco in the late 1960s and how life in and out of the bars plotted a course to liberation before Stonewall.

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