Lunch and Learn in SF Bay Area with Kevin Dublin
Kevin Dublin is an editor, instructor, and writer of poetry, prose, scripts, and code. Furthermore, you can lunch and learn in SF Bay Area with him on creative writing, storytelling, public speaking and performance, and more.
Kevin Dublin is editor of Etched Press and author of the chapbook How to Fall in Love in San Diego. He is the recipient of fellowships and awards from Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing, North Carolina Poetry Society, and more. He holds an MFA from San Diego State University. Kevin also works with emerging writers in the community and at companies. His words have appeared in Cincinnati Review, North Carolina Literary Review, Poetry International, The Rumpus, and more. Currently, he’s Operations Manager at the Writing Salon in San Francisco and Berkeley where he also teaches. Find writing classes with Kevin all over the bay area, San Francisco and online. You can also take workshops and classes with him through the Elder Writing Project at Litquake or at Syzygy SF.
Testimonials and Comments about Instruction
“Kevin Dublin [led] a special event for National Poetry Day at my place of work. That experience has stuck with me, in the best of ways! It was a completely new experience and opportunity for creative expression. Kevin also set a tone of comfort and nurtured a safe place for us to share what he had led us to create.”
-Lunch and Learn Workshop Attendee
“I loved everything about the class and so grateful for the experience. It’s been profound for me and a new beginning.”
-Beginning Poetry Attendee
“My poetry was fundamentally shaped by the ethos of your rhythm-based class, but I think I was unable to fully appreciate the breadth of what you taught until very recently.”
-Poetry for Page and Stage Student
“Thanks ad infinitum. Yesterday’s generative writing workshop was A-1.”
-Generative Writing Workshop Attendee