JOIN ME AT SURVIVAL OF THE QUEEREST WHERE I WILL HOST PROBS THE MOST AMAZING SHOW EVER!
Resistance is fragile when all your friends are depressed by the state of the union. In this lovely show I’ve put together my Queer writers friends will speak on staying strong during resistance fatigue. I can’t wait for this show, it is free and I really really hope you all can make it! THIS IS A DO NOT MISS SHOW!!
SATURDAY OCT 20TH, AT 5PM! FREE! PUBLIC WORKS 161 ERIE STREET SAN FRANCISCO!
Join us on this first leg of LitCrawl at the amazing Public Works for an incredible evening of poetry and comedy from the most exciting and dynamic writers and comedians in the Bay Area!
With literary performances from Luna Merbruja! Anand Vedawala! Baruch Porras-Hernandez and comedy from Luna Malbroux! and Marcus Williams!
This is the first leg of LitCrawl so get there early to grab a seat cause we have to start right on time, don’t miss out! Tell all your friends! This is a free show!
Sponsored by KQED!
more on the performers!
LUNA MALBROUX is a comic, writer, one of KQED’s Women to Watch, creator of the award-winning play, “How to Be A White Man”, and the creator of the EquiTable, a downloadable app that won Comedy Hackathon at SF SketchFest and made international headlines for satirically solving the wage gap and providing ‘reparations, one meal at a time.”
MARCUS WILLIAMS is a stand-up comedian, a semi-finalist in the 2016 Sacramento Comedy Festival and has performed at the San Francisco Punchline, Cobb’s Comedy Club, Black Love at Strut, Castro Comedy at Strut, all over New York, Denver and several other locations with a stage and a microphone.
LUNA MERBRUJA is a Mexican-Athabaskan writer, artist, healer, and community organizer. She’s the author of Trauma Queen and the forthcoming poetry book Heal Your Love. She has written about gender, sexuality, healing, and feminism for Autostraddle and Everyday Feminism, and is published in the anthology Nerve Endings: The New Trans Erotic.
ANAND VEDAWALA is the executive director of San Francisco Zine Fest and the author of several zines, including Hair,- nominated for a Broken Pencil Zine Award. His book, 100 Years from Now Our Bones Will Be Different, with co-author and illustrator Lawrence McWilliams received a starred review from Publishers Weekly.