top
San Francisco
San Francisco
Indybay
Indybay
Indybay
Regions
Indybay Regions North Coast Central Valley North Bay East Bay South Bay San Francisco Peninsula Santa Cruz IMC - Independent Media Center for the Monterey Bay Area North Coast Central Valley North Bay East Bay South Bay San Francisco Peninsula Santa Cruz IMC - Independent Media Center for the Monterey Bay Area California United States International Americas Haiti Iraq Palestine Afghanistan
Topics
Newswire
Calendar
Features
From the Open-Publishing Calendar
From the Open-Publishing Newswire
Indybay Feature

Michelle Tea

Date:
Thursday, June 14, 2007
Time:
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Speaker
Email:
Phone:
415.282.9246
Address:
888 Valencia
Location Details:
Modern Times Bookstore
888 Valencia @ 20th
San Francisco, CA 94110

Reading at Modern Times Bookstore
888 Valencia St (between 19th and 20th)
Thursday, June 14th at 7:30 pm

with Ecstatic Monkey Members:
Page McBee and Clare-Marie Myers

Michelle Tea is the author of a single book of poetry, four memoirs, a novel, and some edited anthologies, most recently "Baby Remember My Name: New Queer Girl Writing." She runs Radar Productions, which curates literary performance events all over the place. Her first novel "Rose of No-Man's Land" was recently released by MacAdam Cage.

Page McBee is a writer, teacher, and events organizer originally from Pittsburgh. Her writing has been published in Boston's "Weekly Dig," Pittsburgh's "City Paper," "Lifeboat," "Deek Magazine," "Curve Magazine," and the anthology "Baby, Remember My Name,"edited by Michelle Tea. Page is currently working with high school creative writing students as a guest artist at San Francisco's School of the Arts, and pursuing in MFA in Fiction at San Francisco State University. She is also spending most of her free time hard at work on her first novel, a cross-country multimedia adventure about astronomy, family, forgiveness, and the strange topography of hope.

Clare Marie Myers was born on a winter morning in Chicago, IL. Some stuff happened, and now she's a graduate student at San Francisco State University. She writes poetry and short fiction; among other things, she is currently working on a collection of contemporary sonnets about life in a fictional town on the US/Mexico border.
Added to the calendar on Sat, Jun 9, 2007 6:22PM
We are 100% volunteer and depend on your participation to sustain our efforts!

Donate

$ 70.00 donated
in the past month

Get Involved

If you'd like to help with maintaining or developing the website, contact us.

Publish

Publish your stories and upcoming events on Indybay.

IMC Network