Denise Sullivan is an arts and cultural reporter and leads the award-winning SFLives project: Telling the stories of ordinary San Franciscans living under the extraordinary pressures of the 21st Century. Editor of the San Francisco story anthology, Your Golden Sun Still Shines and co-editor of three poetry anthologies in the series, The City Is Already Speaking: The Sound of Calle 24, Sullivan is the author of five published titles, including Keep on Pushing: Black Power Music From Blues to Hip Hop and the chapbook, The Rakish Tam. She contributes to Downbeat, The San Francisco Chronicle, Down With Tyranny! and Tourworthy.
Jenna Littlejohn is a writer and a former bookseller at Bird & Beckett Books and Records. She has helped produce several events for the Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project including SF Lives. She spends her time aiding community organizations as a development strategist in the East Bay. She enjoys jazz, writing poems, and cooking dinner. Her dislikes include economic and social inequality