Friday, August 29, 2008

"Cheap Wine and Poetry" at Bumbershoot and more

If you're going to Bumbershoot, either today or tomorrow you'll print out the schedule and start making little checkmarks, smiley faces or stars next to all the musicians and performances you'd like to see. The first check, face or star you make should be right next to "Cheap Wine and Poetry," stumbling into the Leo K Theatre Monday, September 1, 7:30 p.m.

Joining us for a very special "Cheap Wine and Poetry" will be an all-star line-up of Seattle's best and brightest writers and performers: Marya Sea Kaminski, Karen Finneyfrock, Bret Fetzer, Rebecca Hoogs and Eben Eldridge. Unlike our usual show at Richard Hugo House, there won’t be any wine(Bumbershoot has all these, like, rules, man.), but that shouldn’t stop you from downing the finest bottle of Chuck in a parking lot along Mercer St. before coming.

And if Bumbershoot just ain’t your thing, “Cheap Wine and Poetry” will be back at Hugo House on Thursday, September 18, 7 p.m. for our very first ladies’ night with essayist Brangien Davis and poets Jennifer Borges Foster, Karen Finneyfrock and Kary Wayson. Of course, the cheap stuff will be flowing too!

1 comment:

mistivelvet said...

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