Saturday, November 8, 2008

Uh, uh, uh, huh yo, yo, QUICKIES! Drop your glasses, shake your asses, Face screwed up like you having hot flashes


Elizabeth Wylder's poetry, fiction, and audio have appeared in several literary journals. In the past, she has been a paralegal, delivered hot dogs, and painted children to look like dalmatians at Walt Disney World. She is currently a co-editor of Lark magazine and an instructor at Triton and Daley Colleges. When she grows up, she wants to play in the NBA.


Marisa Plumb is a writer who went to art school. There, she learned to create writings that look like performances, videos, and computer programs. She shares them at a handful of Chicago venues – most recently at the Red Rover Reading Series, and at the Beverly Arts Center. She runs a fake company from a cubicle in downtown Chicago.

Ladies Night!
Tuesday, November 11
7:30 pm
The Innertown Pub
1935 W Thomas
Chicago, IL


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