Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Telegraph stories: this Sunday

The second installment of Kitchen Sink's storytelling series, Telegraph Stories, takes place this sunday from 6-8 pm at Mama Buzz cafe, Telegraph and 23rd streets, in Oakland.

Telegraph Stories is a quarterly storytelling series hosted by Kitchen Sink's senior editor Kaya Oakes. Each reader has 10-15 minutes to read or perform a true-life tale. The sponsor is Kitchen Sink Magazine and the Neighbor Lady Community Arts Project, our nonprofit arts branch. This event is free but we accept donations, which are text-deductible. The last event pulled a big crowd and this one is equally charming. Our lineup:

Carla Costa, publisher of Kitchen Sink and contributing writer for XLR8R and a bunch of other places
Evan Rehill, KS and Watchword Press writer, and a member of the Conspiracy of Beards, the all-male a capella Leonard Cohen Choir
Lee Skirboll, Kitchen Sink staff writer and Pushcart Prize nominee
Geoff Trenchard, member of the Suicide Kings, HBO featured performer, and host of Tourette's Without Regrets

Music will be played after the readings by Fear of the Outdoors, KS editor Jeff Johnson's band.

Please come if you can. We also have an upcoming reading on Friday, April 28, in Berkeley. It's at The Living Room (Adeline and Ashby, Berkeley) and will feature the KS editors.

Visit the Kitchen Sink website for more info: http://www.kitchensinkmag.com

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