TONGUE and GROOVE- Readings and Music
at the Hotel Cafe, Sunday April 27 - 6:00 to 7:30pm
"Tongue & Groove"A monthly offering of short fiction, personal essays, poetry, spoken word + music produced by Conrad Romo. This month: featuring the following: Wanda Coleman , Scott Wannberg , Lisa Teasley , Carl Kozlowski , Phillharmonic , and music by The Good Listeners.
Sunday the 27th of April
The Hotel Cafe
1623 1/2 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Hollywood, Ca 90028
Wanda Coleman, known as "The L.A. Blueswoman," writes "jazz poetry in a blues context" . Among her 19 books are Mercurochrome (2001 National Book Award finalist) and Jazz and Twelve O'Clock Tales; comic and humor writer Carl Kozlowski, co-author of Seize the Day Job , is a fan favorite around town; Scott Wannberg, Nomads of Oblivionat ,is a poet and long-time clerk of the soon-to-be-shuttered Dutton's bookstore; Lisa Teasley is a native Losangelean and author of the , Glow in the Dark .The Village Voice said she: " lights up the plunge into the abyss" ; and poet Phil Martin, a.k.a. Phillharmonic, creates Afro-Blues-Pop-Poetry. His paintings and plays are available for viewing on www.bestgetahead.com .
And music by Daniel Ahern and The Good Listeners www.thegoodlisteners.com
Come one, come all and come early! We're starting on time.
Conrad Romo (323) 937-0136 firstname.lastname@example.org