Last month the wonderful Co-Producer (Trish Nelson) of Women of Letters at Joe’s Pub had me as her guest. I wasn’t at all prepared for what I would experience and be apart of that night. The show brings 6 women from all backgrounds to share letters they have written for
Some of the best SF love stories from SOULS of San Francisco. Learn more about the project HERE. “We’ve been married 53 years. We got 8 children, all girls. 23 grandbabies, they’re all grown.” “That’s amazing! How do you make it last?” “Hold on to her hand, and never let
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“Hey there, I’m Dijon, the guy behind SOULS of San Francisco. Even though there were a lot of things I loved about growing up in Atlanta, I always had a desire to come out to California. I was obsessed with movies and Tupac Shakur was an idol. When I finally
Yes, the title of this post is written in the third person, but for fuck’s sake, you get it right? I mean, if I wrote “hear me read” you’d be like, there’s like 40 motherfuckers who write for this site, which me is it? So yes, now you get it.
I like stories. I like storytelling. Someday I hope to be a storyteller. Every month at McNally Jackson, they hold a FREE storytelling and performance show called “Real Characters.” Here you can see (or hear as it were) New York’s best storytellers and some pretty funny comedians and writers. Past
If your idea of a fun night is standing on stage while people judge you, then head to The Moth StorySLAM at Housing Works on Tuesday night. StorySLAM is like a poetry slam without all the verses, just plain old funny, tragic, ironic human stories. Here’s how it works: Anyone
If you haven’t had a chance to checkout one of Litquake’s amazing events you are running out of time. In fact this weekend happens to be your last chance. As a completely unbiased and objective observer I’m going to have to recommend the readings taking place this Saturday at Revolution