Sep 272011
 

I’m excited to announce that RADCLYFFE will be appearing as part of the Harvest Fruits Festival here in NYC at the end of October. This time, you’ll have two chances to see Radclyffe before she vanishes again into the ether (so you don’t have any excuses for missing it)!  Mark your calendars for  Thursday 10/27 at 7:15p, and Friday 10/28 at 6pm.  Tickets are $18 in advance, and you can buy them here.

Stay tuned for more details– it’s been exciting to develop this show in NYC and Oakland over the past few months, and this festival will be the first fully staged version of  the piece.  I can’t wait!

Sep 272011
 

One of the most incredible experiences I’ve had as a facilitator came this summer when I had the privilege  of partnering with Queers For Economic Justice to facilitate a summer writing intensive for folks involved in the Shelter Program.  The stories that came out of that workshop were absolutely incredible, and without a doubt some of the most powerful work I’ve ever witnessed.  There was a community reading at QEJ right after the workshop ended – you can read my reactions to that here.

 

I’m thrilled to announce  the writers from the summer writing intensive will be reading their work next week as part of a partnership with Dixon Place theater and the monthly Queer Text reading series!

 

Queer Text at Dixon Place presents Amber Hollibaugh of Queers for Economic Justice introducing Sassafras Lowrey and writers from her ‘Queer Shelter Project Stories Workshop’ as they bring their everyday experiences of queerness, homelessness, survival, and desire to the page, and now, to the stage.

 

Scheduled readers include Jay Toole, Clio, Dinick, and Gykyira. Event curated by Nicholas Boggs.

Doors at 7, reading at 7:30. $8 cash only (a portion of each ticket purchase is donated to Queers for Economic Justice).

Dixon Place is located on the Lower East Side at 161A Chrystie Street between Rivington and Delancey

Sep 272011
 

One of the most incredible experiences I’ve had as a facilitator came this summer when I had the privilege  of partnering with Queers For Economic Justice to facilitate a summer writing intensive for folks involved in the Shelter Program.  The stories that came out of that workshop were absolutely incredible, and without a doubt some of the most powerful work I’ve ever witnessed.  There was a community reading at QEJ right after the workshop ended – you can read my reactions to that here.

 

I’m thrilled to announce  the writers from the summer writing intensive will be reading their work next week as part of a partnership with Dixon Place theater and the monthly Queer Text reading series!

 

Queer Text at Dixon Place presents Amber Hollibaugh of Queers for Economic Justice introducing Sassafras Lowrey and writers from her ‘Queer Shelter Project Stories Workshop’ as they bring their everyday experiences of queerness, homelessness, survival, and desire to the page, and now, to the stage.

 

Scheduled readers include Jay Toole, Clio, Dinick, and Gykyira. Event curated by Nicholas Boggs.

Doors at 7, reading at 7:30. $8 cash only (a portion of each ticket purchase is donated to Queers for Economic Justice).

Dixon Place is located on the Lower East Side at 161A Chrystie Street between Rivington and Delancey