August 22nd: The San Francisco Queer Open Mic featuring JAIME CORTEZ

Jaime SF QOM

This Month we’re bringing you one of the sexiest Bears to ever leave San Francisco, he’s back! JAIME CORTEZ!!

Jaime Cortez was probably one of the most interesting powerful, hilarious writer performers in the city, but then he left us for Boston, booooo! But we love him and he came back to hang out and be our August feature!! So come sign up for the open mic, and come check out his amazing writing.

What to bring: Your poems, your songs, your short stories! Please actually make some art, bring something you can share with us. Bring your friends, and your love for supporting queer local artists!

Sign ups are at 7:00 sharp, signing up gets you 5 minutes to do one piece, and one piece only.So we will repeat this, one piece only, if you have five little three line poems. You only get to read one of them.
We will stop you if you go over time

Show is FREE! Don’t forget to RSVP on Facebook so that we can feel special!

Rules: We have a long list of rules if you need them email and he will send them to you. We are a freedom of speech space, but don’t be an asshole.


Jaime Corez is a visual artist and prose writer based in Boston. His mostly embarrassing humor based short stories have been published over a dozen anthologies. He has exhibited and performed at venues across the Bay Area including the UC Berkeley Art Museum, Oakalnd Museum, YBCA, Galeria de la Raza, and Southern Exposure. He has also featured at the Donde Esta Mi Gente poetry festival as well as the KQED OutLoud Storytelling Pride night event at The Chapel.

Queer Open Mic Featuring JAIME CORTEZ!
Friday, August 26nd 2016
7 PM sign-ups, show at 7:30 PM
Modern Times Bookstore
2919 24th Street in San Francisco

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