California Print Magazine Is Born From Pop-Up Storytelling Show

The sellout San Francisco show Pop-Up Magazine embraces paper

Since 2009 one of the hardest-to-get tickets in San Francisco has been for an evening of entertainment called, oddly, Pop-Up Magazine, where authors and other performers stand onstage and tell stories. The event, held two or three times a year in venues such as the Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, has featured authors Michael Pollan, Susan Orlean, and Alice Walker, as well as actors and musicians such as John C. Reilly and Beck. Tickets, priced from $25 to $65, sell out in minutes.

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