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Endangered species, enduring values

Shizue Seigel

Endangered species, enduring values

an anthology of San Francisco Area writers and artists of color

by Shizue Seigel

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  • 9 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literary collections,
  • Minorities in art,
  • Minority authors,
  • American literature,
  • Minority artists,
  • Minorities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Shizue Seigel
    The Physical Object
    Pagination272 pages
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26957063M
    OCLC/WorldCa1038280680

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Welcome. Log into your account. your username. your password. Endangered Species, Enduring Values is a guide to the real San Francisco—a sampling of the seldom-heard 58% of the population that brings color and diversity to the city in every sense of the word. Writers and artists of color remain under-represented and underpublished even in the most diverse and progressive city in the country.

About Endangered Species, Enduring Values. An Anthology of prose, poetry and artwork by San Francisco Area Writers & Artists of Color ENDANGERED SPECIES, ENDURING VALUES is a guide to the real San Francisco-the seldom-heard 58% of the population that brings color and diversity to the city in every sense of the word.

ENDANGERED SPECIES, ENDURING VALUES is a literary and artistic guide to the real San Francisco—a sampling of the seldom-heard 58% that brings color and diversity to the city in every sense of the word.

The book invites readers, whether people. Opening event for "Endangered Species, Enduring Values: An Anthology of San Francisco Area Writers and Artists of Color," edited by Shizue Seigel.

This book provides a. Kelechi Ubozoh is a Nigerian-American writer and mental health advocate. A former journalist, Kelechi was the first undergraduate ever published in The New York Times. Kelechi is featured in a suicide prevention documentary called The S co-organizes MoonDrop Productions, a Bay Area reading series, and her poetry is featured in Endangered Species, Enduring Values.

Shizue Seigel is a third –generation Japanese American writer and artist who explores complex intersections of history, culture and spirituality.

Her five books include Endangered Species, Enduring Values, Standing Strong. Fillmore & Japantown, and In Good Conscience. She has been Read More →. On Sunday, writer and artist Shizue Seigel invited writers from around the Bay Area to read their pieces published in “Endangered Species, Enduring Values,” a community anthology, to an audience of readers interested in engaging in a discussion about representation in literature.

Endangered Species, Enduring Values Anthology $ An Anthology of prose, poetry and artwork by San Francisco Area Writers & Artists of Color ENDANGERED SPECIES, ENDURING VALUES is a guide to the real San Francisco-the seldom-heard 58% of the population that brings color and diversity to the city in every sense of the word.

Endangered Species, Enduring Values An Anthology of San Francisco Area Writers and Artists of Color. Edited by Shizue Seigel. Endangered Species, Enduring Values is Shizue Seigel's second anthology of prose, poetry, and artwork by over sixty San Francisco area writers and artists of color.

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It Author: Leah Gerber. With meticulous reasoning, McCord demonstrates that the inherent value of species to humanity is intellectual: individual species are phenomena of such intellectual moment—so interesting in their own right—that they rise above other values and merit enduring human : Her work was published in Endangered Species, Enduring Values: An Anthology of San Francisco Area Writers and Artists of Color, from Pease Press.

Her book with L.D. Green, We've Been Too Patient, will be released from North Atlantic Books and Penguin Random House in summer of. Drop by The Green Arcade and join the free book talk of “Endangered Species, Enduring Values” on Wednesday, Ap from pm until pm in San Francisco, California.

About the book: “Endangered Species.Kelechi Ubozoh is a Nigerian-American mental health consultant, advocate, writer, and SF Bay Area poet.

Her book with co-editor Liz Green, We’ve Been Too Patient: Voices from Radical Mental Health was released from North Atlantic Books and distributed by Penguin Random House, July We’ve Been Too Patient is a collection of a diverse of voices who all share their stories of radical.

Endangered Species, Enduring Values is a new anthology of prose, poetry and four-color artwork by over sixty San Francisco area writers and artists of color.

It presents a compelling snapshot by and of the city’s majority minority, who now comprise 58% of the residents in the nation’s most diverse and progressive metropolis.