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Lizzy Acker’s work has been published in Nano Fiction, Fanzine, Joyland, Eleven Eleven and elsewhere. She has read with Bang Out, RADAR, Quiet Lightening and others. Her first book, Monster Party, was released in December of 2010 by Small Desk Press. She was born in Oregon but now lives in San Francisco where she writes status updates for KQED.
Lizzy Acker's Latest Posts
While here in the Bay October is mainly about finally getting to wear shorts, in the rest of America the month clearly belongs to Miley Cyrus.
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass starts today! How are you going to figure out what to see and how to comport yourself? By reading up before you go, of course!
Just because the government says you’re “non-essential,” that doesn’t mean you aren’t essential to us!
Last night was one of those monumental TV nights that will go down in history, sure, but how good was the actual show, really?
Oh the dangers of chess…
Did you miss out on last night’s Emmys because you were watching important TV? No need to worry! Other people watched for you!
Get your This Charming Charlie fix while you can.
Why do some directors end their potentially great movies in such ridiculous ways?