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Michelle Tea spoke at the 12th annual Anarchist BookFair in SF
by George Cadman ( spittlebugs [at] juno.com )
Sunday Mar 18th, 2007 5:29 PM
Michelle Tea spoke on 3/17/07 at the 12th annual Anarchist BookFair in San Francisco.
Michelle Tea (born Michelle Tomasik in 1971) is an American author and poet originally from Chelsea, Massachusetts (a suburb of Boston). She currently lives in San Francisco. Tea was the co-founder of the Sister Spit spoken word tour. Her books, mostly memoirs, are known for their views into the riot grrrl and queercore communities. She has toured with the Sex Worker's Art Show alongside Ducky DooLittle and others. She is also a contributor to The Believer magazine & is the co-writer for the weekly astrology column, Double Team Psychic Dream in San Francisco's Bay Guardian newspaper.
Michelle Tea is also the host of The RADAR reading series in SF, a showcase of underground and emerging literature and art.


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Michelle Tea spoke on 3/17/07 at the 12th annual Anarchist BookFair in San Francisco.
Michelle Tea (born Michelle Tomasik in 1971) is an American author and poet originally from Chelsea, Massachusetts (a suburb of Boston). She currently lives in San Francisco. Tea was the co-founder of the Sister Spit spoken word tour. Her books, mostly memoirs, are known for their views into the riot grrrl and queercore communities. She has toured with the Sex Worker's Art Show alongside Ducky DooLittle and others. She is also a contributor to The Believer magazine & is the co-writer for the weekly astrology column, Double Team Psychic Dream in San Francisco's Bay Guardian newspaper.
Michelle Tea is also the host of The RADAR reading series in SF, a showcase of underground and emerging literature and art.

Some of her titles include:

* Rose of No Man's Land (most recent novel)
* Valencia (memoir)
* Without A Net: The Female Experience of Growing Up Working Class (ed.)
* pills, thrills, chills, and heartache: adventures in the first person (ed. with Clint Catalyst)
* The Chelsea Whistle (memoir)
* The Beautiful (collected poetry)
* Rent Girl (memoir of sex work in Boston, illustrated by Laurenn McCubbin)
* The Passionate Mistakes and Intricate Corruption of One Girl in America