Thursday, November 02, 2006

Telegraph Stories, Sun Nov 5

TELEGRAPH STORIES 4 CROSSES THE BRIDGE WITH AN (ALMOST) ALL-MALE CAST

NLCAP and Kitchen Sink magazine present
Telegraph Stories 4: Where the Boys Are
Sunday, Nov. 5, 7 to 10pm (doors at 6pm)
The Make-Out Room
3225 22nd St., San Francisco

$5-$10 sliding scale ($10 or more gets you a magazine)

The fourth installment of our ever-expanding, true-life storytelling
and live music series, Telegraph Stories, will cross the Bay Bridge for
the first time in November, putting down stakes at the Make-Out Room.
We're thrilled to be back in the lovin' arms of the Make-Out (you may
recall that they hosted a KS Indie-Mag All-Stars Party a few years back)
and to show our love, we've booked an all-male lineup of readers. (See
below for weblinkage for readers, host, and bands.)

For readers, we've got:
Frank Portman (King Dork, The Mr. T Experience)
Chris Baty (National Novel Writing Month, No Plot? No Problem!)
Sam Hurwitt (Kitchen Sink, the San Francisco Chronicle, the East Bay Express)
David Skolnick (UC Berkeley)

For musical guests:
Pillows
Sweetbriar
(who are both, on average, NOT dudes)

Hosted by:
Kaya Oakes (Kitchen Sink, the forthcoming Telegraph, also not a fella)

Dudely DJ talent:
Jeff T. Johnson (KS, Fear of the Outdoors)
Gene “Bean” Bae (Battleship)



Poster art by Matt Leunig


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