March 28th: The San Francisco Queer Open Mic featuring: LAUREN WHEELER!

THE SAN FRANCISCO QUEER OPEN MIC (get it right!) is here to bring you poetry, music, storytelling, spoken word, and all sorts o FUN!

Guys, March is a very very special month for us, because we believe it is the month, that Baruch turns 5. 5 years being involved with this incredible show, incredible community, incredible people.

So it is very very fitting, that our feature this month is not only an incredible writer and performer, she was also our very first feature! We could not be more excited that she is coming back! LAUREN WHEELER is our feature this month and we cannot wait!!

at 2919 24th in San Francisco.

Same queer time! 7:30

Same queer hosts, yay, BARUCH PORRAS-HERNANDEZ, and co-host BLYTHE BALDWIN!!
Sign ups are at 7pm, signing up gets you one slot to do one piece and one piece only.

This is a queer space for queer artists but all are welcome.

You only get 5 minutes, we will stop you if you go over time. List fills up fast!

PLEASE if you have any announcements talk to Baruch before the show, he will make the announcement and be very happy to do so, but we need the mic to stay the mic for the work, the art and the love.
for more info!


Lauren Wheeler writes poetry, really short fiction, and what happens when they rub up against each other. A recovering slam poet, she twice competed at the National Poetry Slam and has featured at Cornell University, where she studied English Literature, as well as in Los Angeles, Miami, and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Lauren curated and hosted two poetry series in Ithaca, Tongue & Groove at Stella’s Wine and Whiskey Bar and Re-Verse at the Oak Café, and was a core organizer of the ForWord Girls poetry and spoken word festival in San Francisco. Her work has appeared in Other Magazine, 365tomorrows, Lodestar Quarterly, Monkeybicycle, PANK Magazine, and The Nervous Breakdown.

Queer Open Mic Featuring LAUREN WHEELER
Friday, March 28th
7pm sign-ups, show at 7:30
Modern Times Bookstore
2919 24th Street in San Francisco

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