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|RADAR Reading Series|
|Date||Thursday April 28|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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Intersection for the Arts
925 Mission Street at 5th Street in the historic San Francisco Chronicle Building- Intersection 5M
San Francisco, CA 94103
The roving RADAR Reading Series comes to Intersection with an evening of short plays, loose cannon performance art, monster lectures, live photography, readings, advice and more.
RSVP for your Free tickets here: http://iftaradar.eventbrite.com/
Sarah Bierman is a former Queer Educator who likes to write plays. She recently had her first play Madhouse ( a lesbian farce) produced at the College of Marin. The faculty made the cast put warning signs on the posters. She dreams of winning the Super Lotto and creating an Eco Village in New Zealand.
Trinie Dalton has authored and/or edited five books. Wide Eyed (Akashic), Sweet Tomb (Madras Press), and A Unicorn Is Born (Abrams) are works of fiction. Dear New Girl or Whatever Your Name Is (McSweeney's) and Mythtym (Picturebox) are art compilations. She writes articles and reviews about books, art, and music, somewhat collected on sweettomb.com. She teaches book/arts and writing at Pratt and NYU, and is on the MFA Fiction faculty at Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Phillip Huang's writings have appeared in numerous anthologies including Queer PAPI Porn, Charlie Chan is Dead II, Best Gay Asian Erotica, Take Out: Queer Writing From Asian Pacific America, Fresh Men: New Voices in Gay Fiction, Inside Him: New Gay Erotica, as well as POZ Magazine, Hyphen Magazine, The Asian Pacific American Journal, The East Bay Express, and the queer online journals of Lodestar Quarterly, Velvet Mafia, and Suspect Thoughts. In 2000, he was the 1st and 2nd Place Winner of the POZ/Artery Poetry Contest; in 2006 he was a finalist for the Asian America Writers' Workshop Short Fiction Prize; in 2008 he was a finalist for the Open Door Gay Fiction Prize. In 2008 he received funding from the East Bay Fund for Artists to develop his one-woman show, Semen and White Lace, with the Oakland Asian Cultural Center. He has since performed in the National Queer Arts Festival, the SF Fringe Festival, and APAture. You can see his work on Youtube by searching his name.
Monty Suwannukul is a freelance photographer and graphic designer. A graduate of UC Berkeley, Monty went on to work for Pixar Animation Studios and Gershoni Creative Agency. His photography has appeared in Mother Jones and San Francisco Magazine as well as on his website http://www.generalmonty.com. He is currently living and working in San Francisco.
and featuring HOT PROBS with Ben McCoy - Ben McCoy helps you with your problems.
and a lecture on Godzilla by Lucy Corin
Lucy Corin is the author of the short story collection The Entire Predicament (Tin House books 2007) and the novel Everyday Psychokillers: A History for Girls (FC2 2004).
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