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Page Street is committed to showcasing the work of our writers, as well as doing our part to contribute to the Bay Area's vibrant literary scene.  

We go out of our way to partner with other local literary organizations to bring the best authors, and the best programming, to both our locations.


write together
Saturday, April 6
(In conjunction with Litquake)

On the first Saturday of every month, we open our doors for a free, public Write Together session.

We gather at 10:30 am to sent intentions, write together in silence for 90 minutes, then check back in with each other to see how we did.

While these events are free, space is limited, so you do need to register

Saturday, Apri 13, 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Page Street SF, 297 Page Street in SF


How about them apples?

Lit crawl sebastopol

Saturday, April 13

Join us as 15 of our writers read no-more-than-3-minute pieces on our theme...How About Them Apples: Stories about the unexpected surprises life throws at you.

We'll be doing this as part of the first Sebastopol Lit Crawl, so come early and make a day of it!

Saturday, April 13, at 5 pm

Third Pig Bar

Main Street, Sebastopol


More details here


How they did it:
HIghstakes memoirs
Sunday, April 28
(in conjunction with litquake)

Our next How They Did It event on High Stakes Memoirs, produced in conjuction with Litquake, will feature authors Eddie Ahn, Sylvia Brownrigg, Margaret Juhae Lee, Susan Lieu, and Carvelle Wallace. Moderating will be Rachel Howard.

Space is limited to 45 attendees.

Sunday, April 28, 3 pm - 5 pm

Page Street SF, 297 Page Street (at Laguna)


Tickets $25, with proceeds going toward funding LitCamp and Litquake progams

next LitNIghts
The Plot Thickens
Friday, May 10

Join us for a fun, fast-paced evening as 15 talented writers (many of them from Page Street) read no-more-than-3-minute-pieces on our theme...The Plot Thickens: Stories about all the ways life gets complicated.

And, because it's Friday night, we'll also be pouring Prosecco, wine, and fancy nonalcoholic drinks.

Friday, May 10

Doors open at 6:30 pm, event begins at 7 pm

Page Street Berkeley, 2508 San Pablo Avenue

(at Dwight Way)



No need to preregister


ZenLit poets:
Jane hirshfield & naomi shihab nye
Monday, May 27
(in conjunction with SF Zen Center)

Join us as legendary poets Jane Hirshfield and Naomi Shihab Nye discuss writing at the intersection of Buddhism and literature. 

Moderating will be SF Zen Center's own senior Dharma Teacher, Paul Haller.

Tea & cookies will be served.

Space is limited to 45 attendees

Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day)

3 pm - 5 pm

Page Street SF, 297 Page Street (at Laguna)

Tickets $45 general admission, $40 Page Street members


All proceeds go toward supporting SFZC and LitCamp programs.

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