We’re back! With a special week of stories benefiting San Francisco’s Root Division

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That’s right, readers. Starting in a matter of hours we’ll publishing one all-new Significant Objects story each day this week, all leading up to the first-ever S.O. live event, in San Francisco. Please alert your friends!

Our contributors this time (in alphabetical order): Rob Baedeker, Chris Colin, Beth Lisick, Miranda Mellis, and Katie Williams.

Our beneficiary: Root Division, a community arts and education organization in San Francisco.

The thrilling climax: All five authors will read at Root Division, as part of Significant Objects’ contribution to the Litquake Lit Crawl. That’s also going to be the site of the first-ever Object slam. Confirm your attendance at this Facebook event page. Details:

Saturday, October 9, 2010 6-7p.m.
3175 17th Street (at South Van Ness)
San Francisco, CA 94110

[Map to Venue.]

Part of the Litquake Litcrawl.

Stay tuned for the first story, coming this afternoon!

See these Significant Objects in person


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