Wednesday, February 4th – 6:30 pm
Launch party for CCSF’s
“Forum” literary magazine

Forum is the student-run literary journal put out twice a year by students at City College of San Francisco.  Join us for a party and reading to celebrate the launch of the spring 2015 issue, which features the work of dozens of fiction writers, essayists, poets and visual artists.

ccsf-feb-21-march-stepsDedicated to providing a platform for the contemporary, urban voices of CCSF, Forum collects, edits and publishes quality works of literature and the visual arts as produced by the CCSF family. Publication is open to any who have ever been involved with the school, whether as student, educator or employee.  Many fine creative artists have been associated with CCSF through the years, and many have had work in Forum since its founding in 1937.  Here’s to a long, long run for a fine publication and a crucial institution!

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~~ Poetry as philosophy to plumb the deeper truths of these times ~~

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