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Saturday, October 24 • 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Exposition Review: Unlocking L.A.: Creativity in the Time of Coronavirus

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At a moment when we’re staying home, Exposition Review is finding inspiration in our favorite places in and around Los Angeles. In personal stories that span poetry and prose, writers from our 2020 issue, Vol. V: “Act/Break,” highlight the City of Angels from Hollywood to Santa Monica to the San Gabriel foothills. It wouldn’t be an Expo event without audience participation, so we’ll ask attendees to share in the chat the places that are keeping them inspired during the pandemic — as well as any writing the event inspires them to compose!

Moderators
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Annlee Ellingson

Annlee Ellingson is an editor at Exposition Review. She’s also a mentor for WriteGirl and book manager for the anthology This Moment: Bold Voices from WriteGirl (2019), as well as treasurer of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. At her day job she’s a staff writer at L.A... Read More →

Speakers
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Chloe Martinez

Chloe Martinez is a poet and scholar of South Asian religions. Her forthcoming chapbook, Corner Shrine, was selected by Geffrey Davis as the winner of the 2019 Backbone Press Chapbook Competition, and her poems have appeared in Waxwing, Prairie Schooner, The Common, and elsewhere... Read More →
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Lori Yeghiayan Friedman

Lori Yeghiayan Friedman was born and raised in Southern California and has an MFA in Theatre from the University of California at San Diego. Her creative nonfiction has appeared in Post Road Magazine, The Nasiona, XRAY Literary Magazine, and Exposition Review.
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Dare Williams

A 2019 PEN America Emerging Voices Fellow, Dare Williams is a Queer HIV-positive poet and artist rooted in Southern California. He has received fellowships from John Ashbury Home School and The Frost Place. Dare’s poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and a two-time finalist... Read More →



Saturday October 24, 2020 3:30pm - 4:00pm PDT
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