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Kevin Dublin is an educator, economic justice advocate, and writer of poetry, prose, scripts, and code. Founder of The Living Room SF, a project incubator for writers & Director of the Elder Writing Project for Litquake Foundation, he’s committed to helping nurture emerging writers of all ages and share stories. Kevin produces as well as leads several reading series, pop-up events, and workshops that provide economic opportunities for writers. Kevin is a Writers Studio Ralph Dickey Scholar and has received fellowships and awards from the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI), Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing, and more. He's the author of the chapbooks How to Fall in Love in San Diego (Finishing Line Press, 2017) & Eulogy (Raven & Wren Press, 2023). He holds a Masters of Fine Art in Poetry from San Diego State University and teaches in the community. Kevin believes in you and our collective power to change the world.