My name is Kevin Dublin. I’m a part-time publisher and writer of poetry, prose, scripts, and code. I currently live in San Francisco, CA. I'm from North Carolina. I’m very interested in modern and contemporary poetry & poetics, hip-hop, film, service-learning, working with young artists, Python/Django, and all combinations of the aforementioned.

I spend most of my time reading, watching interesting narratives, and writing. I really enjoy people, especially those interested in writing, programming, or board games, and I would love to hear from you. Feel free to contact me!

e-mail: kevin [at]

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kevin dublin

Kevin Dublin (MFA, MA)[ is author of the chapbook ]{style="font-weight: 400;"}[How to Fall in Love in San Diego ]{style="font-weight: 400;"}[and editor of Etched Press. He has been the recipient of fellowships and grants from the Center for Cultural Innovation, Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing, and the North Carolina Poetry Society. His words have recently appeared in ]{style="font-weight: 400;"}[Cincinnati Review,]{style="font-weight: 400;"} [North Carolina Literary Review, ]{style="font-weight: 400;"}[and more. He enjoys teaching emerging writers in the community, making video adaptations of poetry, and developing web apps for writers. Kevin leads workshops as a part of Litquake’s Elder Writing Project and all over the bay area. Follow him on Twitter \@PartEverything.]{style="font-weight: 400;"}