SoMA Literary Review

Every neighborhood in San Francisco has something great to offer. I live in North Beach, and I spent large chunks of time in The Haight, The Castro, The Mission and Chinatown, but one of my favorite neighborhoods is the SoMA. I’ve had friends who lived there in the past and their complaints about the neighborhood have justification – it is filled with risky behavior and signs of dilapidation. But there is also a wide range of cultural creativity happening in the SoMA, and I guess I’ve always been someone who liked to travel on the fringes of the society so that type of environment suits me well.

One of my favorite online spots for getting SoMA information which reflects that creativity is the SoMA Literary Review which offers all sorts of different literary looks at life throughout San Francisco, with a focus on the lives of people working and playing in the SoMA. Many different types of people contribute their voices here and it is an excellent place to go for writing inspiration, networking with other creative types and simply seeing what else is being produced in this city around us.

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