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Last Build Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2011 06:43:30 GMT

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Fri, 16 Sep 2011 06:43:30 GMT

Let's Go, NYC! Time to tango.

172 Allen St.
New York, NY 10002
7 pm
Bar 13
35 East 13th Street
Corner of 13th and University
Bowery Poetry Club
6:30 Wordshop
308 Bowery (just south of Bleecker St., one half block north of Houston). The nearest subways are: F train to 2nd Avenue or 6 Train to Bleecker.

Boston info in a minute.

Sat, 03 Jul 2010 17:19:28 GMT

have i mentioned the STRIPPING BEE yet?!?!?

July 17
Center for Sex + Culture
(Yeah, it's a benefit)


The game is played a lot like strip poker, but it's a spelling bee, and it's played in front of a live audience of hooters, hollerers and hecklers who want to see some smart and sexy skin!

Our rules and format are adopted and in homage to Montreal's Honeysuckle Strip Spelling Bee, founded by Sherwin Sullivan Tija.

Here are the official rules, as set out by Mr. Tija:

One by one, participants are asked to spell a word. If they get it right, they sit down. If they get it wrong, they must striptease A THIRD of their clothing off, and that is considered their first "strike". When they misspell a second word, that is their second strike and they must striptease ANOTHER third off. A third and final strike requires that they strip down to their underwear.

After three strikes, a participant is out of the competition. But they should take heart – because while they may have lost, the audience has most certainly won.

The winner of the Bee and the best striptease take home wonderful prizes.

Anyone can drop out of the competition at any time AFTER the completion of the SECOND round.

This is a queer, senior and trans-friendly event. We have a NO BOOING policy strictly in effect. No photos are allowed except by our Official Photographer. Our goal is to have everyone feel safe, secure and comfortable enough to strip and spell.

Regarding the No Photos Rule - we also have a Snitch Policy. If you are a member of the audience and you witness someone taking a surreptitious photo, BY ALL MEANS, interrupt the proceedings, come up to one of the hosts - SNITCH on the guilty party, and once they have been dealt with, you will be rewarded with a free drink.

We thank you for your patronage and understanding.

Thu, 13 May 2010 17:52:37 GMT

lj expires in 12 days. do i renew? money's tight but all this history, all these friendships...

happy vday

Sun, 14 Feb 2010 17:43:54 GMT

i am the nervous breakdown's poetry sweetheart. won't you let me be yours, too?

Sat, 14 Nov 2009 08:22:15 GMT

i must not be completely done here yet - - i just extended my paid account.

now if i can just think of something to tell you.

something warm but not too, you know, personal.

Mr Jaws

Tue, 19 May 2009 18:22:58 GMT
you can find anything on the internets. i remember as a kid, driving in the station wagon, listening to this.

Tue, 05 May 2009 16:06:11 GMT


Fri, 01 May 2009 19:31:26 GMT



Tue, 28 Apr 2009 06:11:13 GMT

Poetry may be for lovers, and stories for children, but what form of writing wants to speak to us all? Reaches out to grab us by the collar and shake us until we listen?

The Manifesto!

The Bay Area has never been short of political/artistic fervor, and we'll be bringing you classic examples from around the world and brand new statements about How Things Should Be, along with audience participation at the Manifesto! show at for SF in Exile, May 1st at Modern Times Bookstore, 7pm.

Naamen Tilahun
Annalee Newitz
Danny O'Brien
Nick Mamatas
Zuleikha Mahmoud
Liz Henry
Steven Schwartz
Daphne Gottlieb

Declaim the juiciest and most rabble rousing bits from: The SCUM Manifesto, The Futurist Manifesto, The Bitch Manifesto, The Femme Shark Manifesto, the Dadaist and Provo manifestos, and more!

So, come, listen, and get hit by the shrapnel of the War of Ideas!

SF in Exile - Manifesto!
May 1, 2009
7pm- 9pm (door at 6:30)
Modern Times Bookstore
888 Valencia Street, San Francisco


Sun, 19 Apr 2009 23:12:16 GMT

r.i.p. j.g. ballard

"I would sum up my fear about the future in one word: boring. And that's my one fear: that everything has happened; nothing exciting or new or interesting is ever going to happen again... the future is just going to be a vast, conforming suburb of the soul. "

Yeah, I'm in it...

Wed, 08 Apr 2009 04:05:03 GMT

Femmethology is essential—a roadmap of Femme Nation, an index, an anthropology, a manifesto, and a googleology. - Dorothy Allison

Femme–an identity that has caused controversy, celebration and ridicule–is now the topic of a two-volume set from Homofactus Press and editor Jennifer Clare Burke titled Visible: A Femmethology. Femmethology calls the LGBTQI community on its own prejudice and celebrates the diversity of individual femmes. Award-winning authors, spoken-word artists, and totally new voices come together to challenge conventional ideas of how disability, class, nationality, race, aesthetics, sexual orientation, gender identity and body type intersect with each contributor’s concrete notion of femmedom.

Read a teaser essay here.

Alex Holding . Alisa Lemberg . Allison Stelly . Allison Wonderland . Amy André . Ann Tweedy . Anna Watson . Ariel McGowan . Asha Leong . August Nightingale . Brook Bolen . Caitlin Petrakis Childs . C.T. Whitley . Carol Mirakove . Cherry Bomb . Clairanne Brown . Daphne Gottlieb . Darrah de jour . Emjāen Fetherston-Power . Gina de Vries . Hadassah Hill . J.E. Franet . JD Dykes . Jennifer Cross . Josephine Wilson . Joshua Bastian Cole . J.C. Yu . Julie Jordan Avritt . Katie Livingston . Katrina Fox . Kimberly Dark . Kpoene’ Kofi-Bruce . Leah Lakshimi Piepzna-Samarasinha . Leslie Freeman-Dykesen . Lisa Papez . Lucy Marrero . Margaret Price . Maria See . Maura Ryan . Mette Bach . Miel Rose . Moonyean Grosch . Peggy Munson . Rachel Hurst . Ryn Hodes . Sand Chang . Sascha Elise Cohen . Sassafras Lowrey . Serena Mawulisa . Sharon Wachsler . Sheila Hart Nelson . Sherilyn Connelly . Sinclair Sexsmith . Stacia Seaman . Tara Hardy . Traci Craig . Yael Mishali

Joe Jackson - Kinda Kute (1979)

Thu, 02 Apr 2009 03:14:17 GMT
i just needed to put this here. Maybe you just needed to hear it.

Mon, 16 Mar 2009 04:15:00 GMT

just found out that, for the third time, i'm a lambda literary award finalist. it's an honor just to be nominated. especially since i have no hope of winning (i'm up against judy grahn... and three other fine writers...)

rest in peace, garbage man

Thu, 05 Feb 2009 01:48:16 GMT

r.i.p lux interior

Mon, 02 Feb 2009 07:17:45 GMT


stop american apparel

Fri, 30 Jan 2009 21:16:02 GMT

Please join us, Monday, February 2m 7pm, at Amnesia Bar for a rally to Stop American Apparel from moving in at 988 Valencia Street. This isn't an attack on American Apparel but American Apparel is a mega-chain with over 200 outlets in more than 16 countries and three stores in San Francisco already. If we let them open on Valencia they will serve as a beachhead for Urban Outfitters, Starbucks, and The Gap. We must send a message to City Planning that we want to keep Valencia Street as it is now, a corridor of outstanding independent businesses.
So please come out February 2. We'll have readings from Daphne Gottlieb, Peter Orner, and Daniel Alarcon, music by Dan Weis, and comedy by Nato Green, with more music to follow later in the night. We'll also have a bank of typewriters so you can write a letter to the planning commission on the spot and information on how else you can help, including attending the planning commission hearing February 5 at 2:30 in City Hall (previously 1:30). 
Hope to see you soon!
Stephen Elliott

holy shit

Wed, 14 Jan 2009 17:12:31 GMT

(image) San Francisco-based performance poet Daphne Gottlieb is one of the most innovative voices in American poetry today, having carved out a space for herself out on the distant intersection of avant-garde verse, feminist theory, and popular culture. Her latest volume, Kissing Dead Girls, is another gleeful, high-speed smear of mordant humor, historical mash-up, and feral exploration of bodies, hearts, fluids, emotions, and scars. If in total the book is less startling and focused than Final Girl, her award-winning 2003 collection, it is because here Gottlieb is expanding her themes and experimenting with a broader set of poetic forms.

the rest is here

DJ Earworm - United State of Pop 2008 (Viva La Pop)

Fri, 26 Dec 2008 18:52:11 GMT
via metafilter:
DJ Earworm does it again - Like last year, he's made a year-end mashup and accompanying video featuring the top 25 hits of the year (as calculated by Billboard).

hate crime in memphis

Wed, 24 Dec 2008 18:32:30 GMT

(image) Lesbian's brutal gang rape investigated in Calif.

Associated Press - December 23, 2008 2:33 AM ET

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Authorities in the San Francisco Bay area say they believe it was a hate crime.

Richmond police say about a week and a half ago a woman says she was jumped by four men after she got out of her car. She says they taunted her for being a lesbian, then repeatedly raped her before leaving her naked outside an abandoned apartment building.

Police in Richmond, Calif., aren't saying why they think the woman was singled out except to say the victim lives openly with her partner, and her car has a rainbow gay pride sticker on it.

A police spokesman says "The level of trauma, physical and emotional, this victim has suffered is extreme."

Richmond police are offering a $10,000 award for information leading to the arrest of the attackers.

Copyright 2008 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

le chat says "no thanks"

Thu, 27 Nov 2008 19:22:12 GMT

existential pussy. best movie of the year.

Black Notice Roll Call

Thu, 20 Nov 2008 17:57:37 GMT

(image) 2008 Transgender Day of Remembrance

(And one victim was in my hometown and I didn't even know. Remember, too, these are the deaths that flew "over" the radar. How many more friends, lovers, family were lost this year? Mark the love, mark the rage, honor the dead and the living)

January 8th - Patrick Murphy, Age 39 - Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States - Shot multiple times in the head.

January 22nd, in her 20s - Fedra - Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia - Found dead in a pool of blood.

January 23rd - Adolphus Simmons, Age 18 - North Charleston, South Carolina, United States - Shot to death while taking out the trash.

February 4th - Ashley Sweeney - Detroit, Michigan, United States - Found dead in Detroit's East Side, shot in the head.

February 10th - Shanesha Stewart, age 25 - The Bronx, New York, United States - Stabbed to death.

February 12th - Lawrence King, age 15 - Oxnard, California, United States - Killed by a fellow student after being asked to be Lawrence's valentine.

February 15th - Cameron McWilliams, age 10 - South Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom - Suicide by hanging.

February 22nd - Simmie Williams, Jr, Age 17 - Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States - Killed by two gunmen.

March 15th - Luna, Age 42 - Lisbon, Portugal - Beaten to death, and thrown in a dumpster.

May 26th - Felicia Melton-Smyth - Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Stabbed.

July 1st - Ebony Whitaker, Age 20 - Memphis, Tennessee - Shot to death.

July 11th - Rosa Pazos - Sevilla, Spain - Stabbed in the throat in her apartment.

July 17th - Angie Zapata, Age 17 - Greeley, Colorado, United States - Beaten to death.

July 29th - Samantha Rangel Brandau, Age 30 - Milan, Italy - Beaten, raped and stabbed.

September 21st - Ruby Molina, Age 22 - Sacramento, California, United States - Found floating in the American River.

November 3rd - Aimee Wilcoxson, Age 34 - Aurora, Colorado, United States - Found dead in her bed.

November 9th - Duanna Johnson, Age 42 - Memphis, Tennessee, United States - Found shot and left on a street.

November 11th - Dilek Ince - Ankara, Turkey - Shot in the back of the head.

November 14th - Teish Cannon, Age 22 - Syracuse, New York, United States - Shot

Ali - Iraq - Executed

Unknown - Iraq - Executed

Unknown - Iraq - Executed

If you have information regarding any of these cases, please contact your local Police Department. Updates and corrections to any of the entries on this page should be EMailed to Jenn Dolari, Ethan St. Pierre or Gwendolyn Ann Smith. Names are from the Transgender Day of Remembrance website at

rip duanna

Mon, 17 Nov 2008 04:50:14 GMT

(image) (via mefi)

Duanna Johnson broke the news in June when videotape of her (alleged) beating by Memphis police was leaked (youtube). According to Johnson, the provocation for the (alleged) assault was asking to be called by name rather than as "faggot" or "he/she." Involved in a lawsuit against the Memphis Police Department, she was murdered on Sunday. Answering a call for donations for funeral expenses, the Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition raised $5,300 in four hours. There are nagging questions about the circumstances of the case and the level of coverage this case has received in comparison to Prop. 8 protests. (More coverage: bilerico, feministing, the HRC, questioning transphobia.)

I'm Straight (and i want to take his place)

Wed, 12 Nov 2008 06:30:15 GMT

i called this number
three times already today
but i got scared
i put it back in place
i put my phone back in place...

cause here's your chance to make me feel awkward
and make me wish i never even called up this place...

so this phone call today concerns hippie johnny
he's always stoned
he's never straight
i saw you today you know walk by with hippie johnny
you know i had to call up and say
i want to take his place...

-jonathan richman & the modern lovers