Radar Reading Series

Renne Hahn, Lorelei Lee, Patrick O'neil, Bucky Sinister

When
Wed Apr 8, 2009
Where
San Francisco Main Public Library
Time
6pm - 7:30pm
Tags
Literary Arts, Author Appearances, Other Literary Arts, Gay, Gay Culture, Gay Books, Gay Community

Description

the RADAR reading series
emerging + underground writers + artists
wednesday, april 8th 2009

RENEE HAHN grew up in a working class family in Ohio, and lived in Boston and SF before moving back to SF in 2004. She studied Chinese medicine in graduate school after attending Antioch College and now has a flourishing acupuncture, craniosacral therapy and herbal medicine practice in SF's Mission district. Renee has appeared in the Dresden Dolls' music videos. A story from her memoir, "King Victoria", was published in Sinister Wisdom.

LORELEI LEE is a student, writer, and porn performer. Her fiction and poetry have appeared or are forthcoming in Transfer, $pread Magazine, Animal Shelter, and Denver Quarterly. She has toured nationally with the Sex Workers Art Show, and has been featured i n such performance festivals and reading series as the National Queer Arts Festival, LitQuake, and the Bay Area Poetry Marathon.

PATRICK ONEIL spends numerous hours scribbling murky recollections on scraps of paper and cocktail napkins and then never remembers to read them. Antioch University Los Angeles awarded him a Masters Degree in Creative Writing. Mr. ONeil posts bits of writing on his Blog: Full Blue Moon Dementia, while a few literary journals Blood Orange Review, The Sylvan Echo, and AUDEMUS, have seen fit to publish his work.

BUCKY SINISTER is a street poet who has published three collections of prose and poetry, most recently Whiskey and Robots. His work can be found in The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry. He is also a stand-up comic who performs around San Francisco and beyond. He is the author of the punk rock self-help recovery book Get Up!, and hosted the legendary and unruly Monday night poetry open mic at the Chameleon bar in the 1990s.


Hosted by Michelle Tea, who will bring home made cookies to be distributed during the Q+A portion of the event.

wednesday, april 8th 2009
san francisco public library / main branch
latino reading room / basement level
6pm sharp / totally free

More Info

Link
http://www.sfpl.org

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Location

  1. San Francisco Main Public Library
    100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA