Can I Sit with You?


Sit With Us In San Francisco

It’s the first reading for Can I Sit With You? It’s just all so darned exciting.

If you can make it in to San Francisco this Friday, January 25th we would love to see you at Vince and Pete’s Three Dollar Bill Cafe

Queer Open Mic
1/25/08 8pm $1 – $5
at Vince and Pete’s Three Dollar Bill Cafe
1800 Market Street • San Francisco CA, 94102

Come meet a few of the authors including Sarah Glover, Liz Henry, Michael Procopio and touring contributor SJ Alexander, who will each be reading.

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A little bit about the Open Mic Night, from host Cindy Emch:

Queer Open Mic is a twice monthly gathering of poets, performers, writers and artists of all types to come together and share art. Proto-feminist and genderqueer in scope, QOM aims to combine raunchy enthusiasm, warmth and community, unapologetic queer, radical politics and sweet rhythms to create a space for spoken word, poetry and performance that is multi cultural, multi gendered, completely inclusive and dynamic. QOM is hosted by Cindy Emch and Mollena Williams. Please show up around 7:30pm to sign up on the open mic list. You’re encouraged to read one piece of work that is five minutes or less. And by encouraged we mean threatened with spankings, shoe throwings and general hilarious tantrums if you don’t follow the rules.

About the Performers:
Liz Henry lives in many intersecting communities, as a feminist, poet, translator, blogger, science fiction fan, queer & genderqueer writer, and computer geek. She’s had work published in Parthenon West, Xantippe, Lodestar Quarterly, Poetry Flash, Two Lines, Cipactli, caesura, other, Literary Mama, Strange Horizons, and has been publishing zines and little books since 1986.

SJ Alexander lives in Seattle, avidly follows the doings of Britney Jean Spears, and is a Kennedy Administration buff. SJ writes almost daily at “I, Asshole” online.

Sarah M. Glover is a recovering C.P.A. who lives and writes in San Francisco. She is currently using her young children as guinea pigs while manically scribbling away about ghosts and fairies. Hopefully, the scribbling will make it into a book before they leave for college.

Michael Procopio lives in San Francisco, but has yet to figure out the precise name of his neighborhood. He is a food blogger who dislikes the word “blogger” almost as much as he does the words “moist,” “classy,” and “slacks.” His likes include the drawings of Edward Gorey, Cotswold cheese, and the musical stylings of Jacques Brel. His websites are http://www.word-eater.blogspot.com, and http://www.kqed.org/weblog/food .

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