Monday, September 12, 2005

fiction unplugged

I’m pretty sure that five of my eight Bread and Bread readers live in LA, and the other three are in SF and Seattle, but just in case there are any Sacramento folks out there, I’ll be in town this Thursday night. I’m reading as part of the Poetry Unplugged series at Luna’s Café. I’m not a poet (well, not one who should be encouraged to read her work in public), but Frank Andrick, one of the series coordinators, is letting me bend the rules and read a short story. Frank is wonderful, this human exclamation mark with the heart of a teddy bear, the soul of a riotgrrl, the brain of a French Romantic poet and the ponytail of a Metallica fan. The crowd at Luna’s is equally diverse and fascinating.

  • Cheryl Klein reads from her forthcoming story collection, The Commuters
    Thursday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. at Luna’s Café
    1414 16th Street, Sacramento, CA
    916-441-3931
    No cover, all ages
    Open mic precedes and follows the feature

2 comments:

Indigo Moor said...

Well, as one of the "exotic" Luna listeners, I found your reading as engaing as your work. Thank you so much for rising up North fur us. I certainly look forward to your book.

Peace and Light

Cheryl said...

Thanks so much for coming! I loved your poems.