October 25th: The San Francisco Queer Open Mic featuring FRANNY CHOI and ENTIRELY TALIA

Its October! And I for one am incredibly happy it is here, cause man who doesn’t love candy, and who doesn’t love Halloween?! But you know what we love more? – THE SAN FRANCISCO QUEER OPEN MIC!!

Last month’s show went so well, so many folks signed up, we squeezed in about 18 into the show and the feature read to us from his sexy gay vampire book, we didn’t have the lovely Blythe Baldwin with us, but Nick Chin was able to take her spot for the night and he roooocked! Always happy to have him at the show, we hope he considers us one of his homes, he is always welcome. Always.

Now for this month! October is going to be very special, one because we have a poetry feature that I’m very very very excited about! She is a national sensation and a recent winner of the coveted Write Bloody National Contest so her book is going to come out next year, and I cannot wait. She’s been on slam stages all over the country and is one of the most exciting spoken word artists I know, FRANNY CHOI, knows what is up, and she is going to tell us all about it.

But that is not all! This month we have a musical guest! A long time regular, she was supposed to feature later in the year, but just found out she is moving, so I could not, not, not, let her go, without having her feature with  us and wow us one last time, we have the awesome treat to get to listen to a whole set of ENTIRELY TALIA’S music. YAY!!!

so, remember folks

Same queer space! THE MODERN TIMES BOOKSTORE at 2919 24th in San Francisco.

Same queer time! 7:30

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

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

MORE ON OUR FEATURES!!

FRANNY CHOI

 

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FRANNY CHOI is a Korean-American poet, playwright, and fiction writer. A Pushcart Prize nominee and award-winning performer, she has been a finalist at the three largest adult slam competitions in the nation. Her work has appeared in Fringe, Angry Asian Man, Apogee, Tandem, Issues, and others. Her play Mask Dances was staged in the 2011 Writing is Live Festival at Rites and Reason Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island. Her first full-length collection of poems is forthcoming on Write Bloody Publishing.

MUSICAL GUEST ENTIRELY TALIA

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ENTIRELY TALIA, aka Talia Cooper, is a singer/songwriter who has performed all over the San Francisco Bay Area. She first wowed us with her amazing song, Pacifist Fascist some years back and we fell in love with her every single time she came back to the show. When she is not playing music she is the Director of Jewish Youth for Community Action (www.jyca-justice.org) where she has the privilege of working with high school activists. In addition to her own music, Talia sings with the internationally renowned Jewish women’s acapella group Vocolot (www.vocolot.com).

Can’t wait! See you all there.
Queer Open Mic Featuring FRANNY CHOI AND ENTIRELY TALIA!
Friday, October 25th
7pm sign-ups, show at 7:30
Modern Times Bookstore
2919 24th Street in San Francisco

September 27th: The San Francisco Queer Open Mic featuring: ROB ROSEN!

And then, it is September…are you enjoying your pumpkin lattes? We are! PUMPKIN ALL THE THINGS! oh, oh, one more, QUEER ALL THE THINGS!! It is time for another SAN FRANCISCO QUEER OPEN MIC!

Same queer space! THE MODERN TIMES BOOKSTORE at 2919 24th in San Francisco.

Same queer time! 7:30

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

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

Now to learn about our feature! ROB ROSEN

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Rob Rosen (www.therobrosen.com) is the author of the critically acclaimed novels “Sparkle: The Queerest Book You’ll Ever Love”, “Divas Las Vegas”, “Hot Lava”, “Southern Fried”, “Queerwolf”, and “Vamp”. His short stories have appeared in more than 180 anthologies. He is also the editor of “Lust in Time” and “Men of the Manor”.
Here is the cover of his latest novel.
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Can’t wait! See you all there.
Queer Open Mic Featuring ROB ROSEN!
Friday, September 27
7pm sign-ups, show at 7:30
Modern Times Bookstore
2919 24th Street in San Francisco

 

Interview with our August feature! J Mase III

Here is a lovely interview we did with our upcoming feature, J Mase III!

CHECK IT OUT! And don’t miss the San Francisco Queer Open Mic, this August the 23rd!

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1.What is your favorite show (TV or Slam, or both) right now? Why?

Of course my favorite show is the San Francisco Queer Open Mic, duh! My favorite show right now is Orange is the New Black. Why? Because trans people of color as main characters on a hit series is epic!! And of course the hip outfits, ’cause ya know- I’m gay.

 

2.What’s your biggest struggle as artist?

Money!!! So, if you all would just kindly empty your pockets…No, but seriously, having a balance between what can help me pay my bills and what do I want to say as a creative entity is hard.

 

3.Name writer you admire, or have learned a lot from?

I love the sound and texture of words, so for me Saul Williams and Beau Sia have really influenced my work. Saul because even on the page you know how his poems sound and Beau because there is something beautiful about using a range of emotions (beyond just anger) to speak about social justice. Beau makes me love the sound of laughter as a defiant force.

 

4.When did you decide to be an artist, what made you decide that?

A year ago I was working for a brilliant organization and doing poetry part time. The organization ended up losing a lot of funding and I freaked out. Now I was part time at a place that already paid me the smallest salary I ever had and really ended up using poetry as a way to keep afloat. I was worried this wasn’t sustainable, so I got a job at a university and tried to do poetry on the side. What a stupid decision! I was miserable. To make matters worse, as soon as I moved to a new city and away from my family and friends my sole surviving grandparent fell sick and passed. That set me back a bit. Then a couple months later, my dad, who was my best friend, had a stroke and ultimately passed. How did my university respond? Well, I couldn’t keep up, so I got canned. That was the best thing that ever happened to me. It was like a weight lifted off me. I hugged everyone and left. In that moment, I realized that the two most important things in my life are family and poetry and trying to be happy at a desk job prevented both of those things from happening. So, I choose to be a full time artist, not because I expect it to make me rich and famous, but because I can’t live doing anything else.

 

5.What is your favorite Cereal?

I avoid breakfast foods all together. Hit me up at brunch when there’s champagne involved.

 

6.What fictional character from a novel would you make sexy whoopi with?

Do graphic novels count? Scott Pilgrim. I love awkward people.

 

7.What has been your favorite venue to perform in?

Recently I got to do a tour around London. I loved every venue I went to in that city from UK Black Pride to Bar Wotever to Lipped Ink!!

 

8.Describe the super power you would have if you could pick any one?

Photographic memory.

 

9.Do you twitter? If no, why?

I do sort of,  @jmaseiii I still don’t fully understand it though!!

 

10. What’s wrong with the spoken word literary world today?

The same things that are wrong with the world at large! Not enough space for marginalized communities to share their experiences.

 

11.Favorite junk food?

Anything from Checkers.

 

12. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Anywhere winter doesn’t exist!

August 23: The San Francisco Queer Open Mic featuring: J MASE III

J Mase IIIIt is time for another queer open mic!

I’m super sorry I missed last open mic, I was performing in an show, if you missed it, boy did you miss something amazing but now I’m back, and we’re back in full force for August 23rd, get your poems, songs, jokes, music, and come to the show! BRING IT QUEERS!

Same Queer time 7:30pm!! Please join your hosts, BLYTHE BALDWIN and me, BARUCH PORRAS-HERNANDEZ!!

Same Queer list! List goes up at 7pm, remember, fills up fast, so show up on time.

Same Queer rules: You get 5 minutes to do one piece and one piece only. WE WILL STOP YOU if you go over time. No apologies, those are the rules.

Same Queer Space! Modern Times Bookstore 2919 24th Street, San Francisco, California 94110, come buy a book, support local queer artists and give Blythe and Me a hug! The date is August 23rd folks!
More on our feature!
J MASE III
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J Mase III is a Black, Trans, Queer poet based in New York City and creator of the national performance event, Cupid Ain’t @#$%!: An Anti-Valentine’s Day Poetry Movement. As a performer and teaching poet, J Mase III has performed at venues internationally from London to San Francisco, at colleges and radio stations, to group homes and youth centers.  In J Mase’s other life as an educator and activist, he has worked with thousands of community members and service providers across the country on the needs of LGBTQ youth and adults in spaces such as faith communities, elementary schools, domestic violence shelters, medical agencies, juvenile justice organizations, foster care programs among others. Formerly affiliated with organizations such as Soulforce, Mase recently served as co-director of the 2012 Equality Ride helping to take 18 young adult leaders across the country to stop spiritual and political abuse aimed at LGBTQ people in religiously conservative arenas. On his off time, he can be found contributing to various academic and literary publications, some of these publications include the Vanderbilt African American Lectionary Online to talk about gay teens in the church, the anthology Nina Arsenault: An Unreasonable Body of Work to share insight about gender and genitalia and as both a contributor and editor of T in Philly. To find out more about J Mase III, feel free to stalk him on facebook, or track him on his website at www.jmaseiii.com!
SEE YOU ALL THERE!
Queer Open Mic Featuring J MASE III
Friday, August 23rd
7pm sign-ups, show at 7:30
Modern Times Bookstore
2919 24th Street in San Francisco!

Horseshit and Delicate Wine, an interview with July feature HOREHOUND STILLPOINT

HEY QUEERS!

Here is an interview we did with our feature of the month HOUREHOUND STILLPOINT, each month we like to do something a little extra to get to know our feature artists and sometimes we interview them, to learn more, or just for fun! Check it out, and don’t miss this Friday’s SANFRANCISCO QUEER OPEN MIC!

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 1. What is your favorite 80s sitcom?

Newhart.  No, that was in the 70’s.  Roseanne . . . no, that was mostly 90’s.  Ah to hell with the 80’s.  Wait, I know:            Designing Women!

 

2.What’s your biggest struggle – work, art, life or otherwise?

Work.  Work and health issues.  Work, health issues, and sex & love.  I could do this all day

 

3. Name a queer writer you admire, or have learned a lot from? 

Genet. Letta Neely.  Whitman. Trebor Healey.  Michelle Tea.  I could do this all day too.

 

4. When did you decide to be a writer, what made you decide that? 

In high school, the moment my english teacher spoke the name, Dostoyevsky, I thought – before I even knew who he was – that’s who I want to be like.

 

5. Historical person you would have sex with?

Attila the Hun. Jim Morrison.  And everyone in between.

 

6. Do you drink? If yes, what is your favorite drink? If no, what is your favorite non alcoholic beverage? 

Green tea in the morning.

 

7. What is your favorite spot to perform in the Bay Area? 

Wherever Perverts Put Out is happening (currently in the Center for Sex and Culture).

 

8. If someone said, “I want to do what you do,” what would you warn them about?

I would only encourage ‘em.

 

9. Do you have a favorite role model?

No.

 

10. Favorite female identifying writer? 

Anne Lamott

 

11. Do you go to Burning Man? If yes, why? If no, why?

No, because it’s in the desert.  I’m like a delicate wine; I don’t travel well.

 

12. What’s wrong with the Bayarea today?

Nothing.  Except that it’s part of Samsara so it’s relatively fucked up.

 

13. Favorite junk food? 

The closest I come to junk food is dairy-free gluten-free cookies.  (Told you I was delicate.)

 

14. What is your favorite story to tell at a gathering of friends? 

Whoever has been fucking me lately.

 

15. What would you like to see happen in your lifetime?

The landing of completely trippy non-violent aliens

 

16. If you could live anywhere in San Francisco, which neighborhood would it be? 

I don’t wanna think about this.

 

17. What are some of your favorite smells? 

Smells don’t do much for me.  I do like horseshit though; reminds me of my youth.

 

18. What would you tell a younger version of yourself if you could send a 50 word message? 

“When you go back to Columbus in 1972, and you go to that gay bar to get away from the family for a few hours, that will be Ned Peacock sitting at the bar, and if you don’t go home with him tonight, you will never see him again.”

 

 19. What are you most proud of? 

Being who I am in spite of everything.

 

July 26: The San Francisco Queer Open Mic, featuring HOREHOUND STILLPOINT

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COME ONE, COME ALL!!!!
to get your QUEER ON!!

Same queer space! THE MODERM TIMES BOOKSTORE at 2919 24th in San Francisco.

Same queer time! 7:30

Same queer hosts? NO!!!!!
This month, because our lovely queer host Baruch Porras-Hernandez  will be performing that night in a show, to find out more about the show, go to http://zebrovski.wordpress.com/category/dr-zebrovskis-hour-of-power/

so your hosts for this Queer Open Mic are gonna be the incredible BLYTHE BALDWIN and the amazing NICK CHIN!
sign ups are at 7pm.

now for some info on our sexy feature
HOREHOUND STILLPOINT

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Born in the 50’s, gay slut since the 60’s, Kadam buddhist now, Horehound Stillpoint enjoys being an unknown poet and original-recipe punk rocker. His work has been taught at Harvard, caused controversy at a national poetry slam in the 90’s, been published in anthologies such as Poetry Nation; Bullets & Butterflies: Out in the Castro; I Do, I Don’t; Poetry Slam; Leathermen; Quickies; Tough Guys; Rough Stuff; Why Are Faggots So Afraid of Faggots? and Sex Spoken Here. He had sold-out plays 3 years running in the SF Fringe Festival, the last two years with a theater group called Daybreakers, where plays went from total non-existence to public performance in 24 hours. He’s the inspiration for a short piece of fantasy called Satyriasis by the truly witty Ian Philips, the cause of a fabulously bitter break-up piece by the uncompromising Justin Chin, and his nagging begging encouragement helped spur great writer Trebor Healey into publishing a book of real poetry, Sweet Son of Pan. The book of Horehound, apparently, is still in the works.

come check it out!! see you there!!

for questions, concerns, compliments, baruchporras@gmail.com

some rules,
signing up gives you 5 minutes to do one piece, and one piece only. The space is queer, the hosts are queer, you don’t have to be queer to come, or perform, just respect the queer space.
we will stop you if you go over time.

Queer Open Mic Featuring HOREHOUND STILLPOINT
Friday, JULY 26
7pm sign-ups, show at 7:30
Modern Times Bookstore
2919 24th Street in San Francisco

Bow Flex Made of Snuggies, intimate interview with Natasha Muse, our June FEATURE

Every month we try to do something different for The San Francisco Queer Open Mic, after we realize that we have no money and no volunteers(seriously people, what is up with that?) we try to get creative, so this month we decided to do an INTERVIEW!

Please read and share this great interview with comedian Natasha Muse, who is one off the most interested performers in San Francisco, and one of its top comedians. We are honored to have her grace our little bookstore stage.

ENJOY! and don’t you DARE miss the show tomorrow Friday the 28th, 7:30pm at Modern Times Bookstore.

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BOW FLEX MADE OF SNUGGIES

  1. What is your favorite 80s sitcom?

Oh, that’s tough. This question is like asking me who my favorite parent is. I guess I gotta go with the Facts of Life.  It’s a spin-off of another great 80s classic (Diff’rent Strokes), it has a wonderful theme song and, most importantly, I feel like I grew up with those girls. (Also: Pre-ER Clooney!)

 

  1. What’s your biggest struggle — work or otherwise?

Right now I’d have to say it’s trying to find a good balance between taking care of my family and working on comedy- neither ever feels ‘done’ so it’s always a matter of deciding when to stop for the moment/day/night

 

  1. Name comic you admire, or have learned a lot from?

I grew up watching Paula Poundstone. She makes whatever she’s involved in funnier, and (from my limited perspective) it seems like she’s makes a decent living performing comedy without being a ‘star,’ which is something I would love to be able to do.

 

  1. When did you decide to be a comic, what made you decide that?

I got my start performing at a place called AsiaSF. After I was there for a while, my performances began to get more and more centered on comedy. I also began interjecting more jokes into the hosting and show introductions. Eventually I realized I wanted to do more of the jokes and less of the lip-synching so I decided to move on to make less money but be much happier.

 

  1. Aliens or Terminator 2?

Gotta go with T2: Judgement Day!

 

  1. Who would you make scifi whoopee with, Ripley or Sarah Connor?

Ship leave with Ripley!

 

  1. What is your favorite spot to perform in the Bay Area?

The Punchline.

 

  1. If someone said, “I want to do what you do,” what would you warn them about?

People won’t tell you you’re pretty as often as you would think. Also, it’s probably much harder than it looks. Or easier. So be ready for that.

 

  1. Do you have a favorite role model?

Not really. Is that bad? I feel like maybe I should. Is there someone good who didn’t have any role models themselves? That person could be a good role model for me.

 

  1. Donuts or crepes?

Donuts, but actually crullers.

 

  1. Do you go to Burning Man? If yes, why? If no, why?

No, when I first heard about it, I just didn’t ‘get it’ for some reason. Maybe the wrong people tried to explain it to me? Recently, though, some comedian friends were talking about it and it seemed like it might be fun to go with my wife and kids once they are old enough (my wife is really young). But honestly, I get thirsty just thinking about the desert, so we’ll see.

 

  1. What’s wrong with the bayarea today?

It’s either the high number of mentally ill people in the streets who don’t have access to adequate health care or all the bicyclists on the sidewalks. It really depends upon how moody I am that day.

 

  1. Favorite junk food? I’ll have some ice-cream, please. No nuts. Oh, they’re in there already? That’s fine.

 

  1. What is your funniest memory?

When ordering funny shirts online was still new I bought a shirt that said “Scott Baio International Day of Peace,” and featured his likeness along with the flags of seven or eight nations. I thought this shirt was so funny, I laughed when I saw it, laughed when I got it, laughed when I put it on, and laughed every time I looked down while I was wearing it. It’s actually making me smile just thinking about it. Also: no one else thought it was anywhere near as funny as I did, which just makes the whole thing that much more amusing.

 

  1. What would you like to see happen in your lifetime?

The singularity. Or contact with extraterrestrial life. Something simple.

 

  1. If you could live anywhere in San Francisco, which neighborhood would it be?

Honestly, I really like where we live now, right where Nob Hill, meets the TL and Union Square. It’s close to a lot of stuff, usually pretty quiet, and my neighbors are nice.

 

  1. What are some of your favorite smells?

Coffee, marijuana, baby, sunscreen, fresh cut grass, cliches.

 

  1. Historical figure you would want to be in a infomercials with?

Abraham. That guy convinced so many men to cut off a piece of their own penises, and those of their sons.  If he can sell that idea, he can sell a Bowflex made of Snuggies.

 

  1. What are you most proud of?

Somehow, despite the odds, I ended up with getting to have a pretty awesome life that I get to share with my wife Monique and the family we’re creating. Statistically speaking, I shouldn’t exist, so I guess I’m proud that I do.

June 28: The San Francisco Queer Open Mic featuring, NATASHA MUSE!

Voted one of the Best Comedians to Watch out for in 2013!

“A versatile comedian, actress, and producer, Muse brings cerebral wit, sneaky puns, and a sly half-smile to clubs, stages, and buses throughout the Bay Area.” SF Weekly

“Her endearingly awkward demeanor onstage is complemented by cerebral wit and whimsical wordplay, with an occasional silent pause as she waits for the audience to catch up. Her comedy, her personality, and her Twitter feed are sharpened with subtle sarcasm and a satirical edge!”

Winner of the 2010 Battle of the Bay competition!

Winner of Miss Toolbox 2011!

who is this talented person you ask?! None other than the pretty frickin awesome NATASHA MUSE!! NMuse

I know, I know, last month our feature was a comedian as well, but we at the San Francisco Queer Open Mic need comedy! And frankly, the queer community needs a good laugh. June can be pretty stressful, all those queer rainbow parties to go to, but all of that can be stressful, so come get some laughs in.  Isn’t it great to live in one of the greatest cities in the world? Yes, it is  being taken over by rich people, but for a weekend we get to forget all about that and enjoy the Dyke March, the Trans March, Pink Party, the Pride Parade, AND The San Francisco Queer Open Mic,  what more could a homo ask for? So come celebrate Pride with us and the awesome feature!

Same Queer time 7:30pm!! Please join your hosts, BLYTHE BALDWIN and me, BARUCH PORRAS-HERNANDEZ!!

Same Queer list! List goes up at 7pm

Same Queer rules: You get 5 minutes to do one piece and one piece only. WE WILL STOP YOU if you go over time. No apologies, those are the rules.

Same Queer Space! Modern Times Bookstore 2919 24th Street, San Francisco, California 94110, come buy a book, support local queer artists and give Blythe and Me a hug!
More on our feature!
NmusiemuseNatasha Muse is pretty funny, for a comedian. She began performing in 2002 as “Ginger” at AsiaSF. Her friends claimed she was much too shy to be a good performer, and the fact that they were kinda right didn’t stop her from trying it anyway. She sorta proved them all wrong. In 2008, Natasha made the leap from lip-synching to stand-up comedy, and began to create a buzz in the San Francisco comedy scene. Her cerebral wit, whimsical wordplay, and unique perspective on life have earned her the adoration of audiences and the respect of her peers. She’s guaranteed to be at least the second-funniest transexual you know. Natasha performs all over the Bay Area, including Cobb’s Comedy, the SF Punchline, Harvey’s and the Dark Room. In addition to stand-up, Natasha produces and hosts the monthly underground hit “A Funny Night for Comedy” at the Actors’ Theatre, and the podcast “Too Soon.” She also writes and performs with the sketch group Femikaze, writes about life as a mom for Queer Landia, and is a force to be reckoned with on Twitter. Natash is the winner of the 2010 Battle of the Bay competition, Miss Toolbox 2011, and also took home the Miss Photogenic trophy in Model Search 2004.
SEE YOU ALL THERE!
Queer Open Mic Featuring NATASHA MUSE
Friday, June 28
7pm sign-ups, show at 7:30
Modern Times Bookstore
2919 24th Street in San Francisco

May 24th: The San Francisco Queer Open Mic featuring JENNIFER DRONSKY!

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It is May. We have been experiencing a little heat wave here and there. They suck. Last month went way too fast. That sucked. But at least we have THE SAN FRANCISCO QUEER OPEN MIC!!!

And this month, we have an incredible feature!! She is a local queer comedian and we cannot wait to have her at our show!!

Same Queer time 7:30pm!! Please join your hosts, BLYTHE BALDWIN and me, BARUCH PORRAS-HERNANDEZ!!

Same Queer list! List goes up at 7pm, please arrive on time, the bookstore needs us to end on time, so if we have an if we have time list, it will be very short.

Same Queer rules: You get 5 minutes to do one piece and one piece only. WE WILL STOP YOU if you go over time. No apologies, those are the rules.

FREE with suggested donation!

Same Queer Space! Modern Times Bookstore 2919 24th Street, San Francisco, California 94110, come buy a book, support local queer artists and give Blythe and Me a hug!
More on our feature!
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JENNIFER DRONSKY
Recently awarded a Certificate of Excellence (it came with the frame), Jennifer Dronsky has been collecting prestigious comedy awards such as “Winner of the first Alameda Comedy Competition”, and “Winner of the third Alameda Comedy Competition” . Originally from Southern California, Jennifer fled to San Francisco at the sweet age of seventeen to pursue her passion for fashion.  After creating two lines; Fashion for the Living Skeletons (a line for fashion models) and Baby, I mean Business (business clothes for babies), Jennifer sought a more receptive target market for her creative mind. Currently residing in San Francisco’s odiferous Tenderloin district with her fiance, two cats and ever mounting tiny porcelain cat figurines. Jennifer draws upon the odd happenings and uncomfortable conversations that seem to be omnipresent in her life. Performing a continuous response to life in a self deprecating “what I wanted to say was this”, sort of way. With her charismatic style and uproarious foul mouth, Jennifer Dronsky is sure to make even your curmudgeon of a stepfather laugh.
BE THERE, OR YOU SUCK!
Queer Open Mic Featuring JENNIFER DRONSKY
Friday, May 24th
7pm sign-ups, show at 7:30
Modern Times Bookstore
2919 24th Street in San Francisco

Watch your host and the increble guest host both be funny and sexy! with BARUCH and MOLLENA

hi Queer Open Mic folks, wanted to share these two videos with you all. Last month we had an incredible show at The San Francisco Queer Open Mic, and one of the best parts was that the amazing, talented, and former co-host Mollena Williams was able to come and co-host with me since Blythe was sick. Here is a little video of how fucking sexy we are together on stage. OH and of course, WE’RE TALKIN ABOUT SEX!

< Mo and Baruch!

Back when she hosted the show, every show Mo would take a moment to have a Mo rant, it was one of my favorite parts of the show, and I looked forward to it every month. Since she was a guest host, I just had to beg her to do a Mo Rant, she did and it was amazing.

Spitting in Porn!

Don’t miss the next Queer Open Mic May 24th with our feature, comedian Jennifer Dronsky!!!