Samantha Evans

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Name: Samantha Evans
Date registered: October 4, 2016

Latest posts

  1. We Are Unknown — November 11, 2016
  2. NaNoWriMo Writing Meet Up — November 2, 2016
  3. The Nervous Breakdown — October 21, 2016
  4. Las Lunas Locas and Kaya Press — October 15, 2016
  5. Women of The Rumpus — October 13, 2016

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Nov 11

We Are Unknown

Pre-Event November 12th, 2016 at 6:30pm at Sal’s Restaurant LA Filmmaker Jasmin Carr is going for her dream! We will be launching her Indiegogo page at Melrose Below with a sizzle reel from the film and a Q & A. This film is about the mental health journey of the main character who is queer, black, asian, …

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Nov 02

NaNoWriMo Writing Meet Up

Pre-Event November 12th, 2016 at 5pm at Neveux Artisan Creamery November is National Novel Writing Month and literary festivals are no excuse to fall behind on your November wordcount. Meet your daily goal with us! For more information about NaNoWriMo visit: http://nanowrimo.org or our region at http://nanolosangeles.org. And no, it’s not too late to start! Hosted …

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Oct 21

The Nervous Breakdown

Round 2 November 12th, 2016 at 8pm at Debonair’s   THENERVOUSBREAKDOWN.COM is an international online cultural magazine and literary community based in Los Angeles featuring upcoming and established writers from around the world in quality fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and podcasts. Reading at the event will be Steve Abee, Dennis Cruz, and Milo Martin. Steve Abee began writing as …

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Oct 15

Las Lunas Locas and Kaya Press

Round 1 November 12th, 2016 at 7pm at Dunkee’s Las Lunas Locas are a community of self-identified womyn who gather every Monday night and write, right and rite.  They come from all walks of life from Los Angeles and beyond.  They understand that the personal is always political and as such use words as weapons, whether it …

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Oct 13

Women of The Rumpus

Round 1 November 12th, 2016 at 8pm at Radiant Ink Lab Let the Wild Rumpus Start!  The Rumpus was founded by Stephen Elliot in 2009 to “change the conversation,” turning the idea ofthe modern online literary journal on its head. Four sorceress scribes and magical wielders of words set on holding you spellbound with their written work. …

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Oct 09

Block Cutting Workshop with Loren Kantor

Pre-Event November 12th, 2016 at 5pm at Village Idiot   Learn to carve your own rubber blocks and make custom prints and greeting cards.  Participants use a tool called a gouge (not sharp) to carve a soft rubber block.  The carved block becomes a rubber stamp and is used to make prints with colored inks.  Make your …

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Oct 09

Tongue and Groove

Round 2 November 12th, 2016 at 8pm at Sal’s Restaurant Tongue and Groove is a monthly literary variety show now in its’ 13th year. You can expect to be served spoken word, poetry, short fiction, personal essays, and storytelling with a side of live music. Read more at www.conradromo.com. The readers are Jack Grapes, Derrick Brown, and David …

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Oct 09

Writ Large Press

Round 2 November 12th, 2016 at 8pm at Hutch Remodeling   Writ Large Press is a downtown LA based small press. Founded in 2007 to publish overlooked Los Angeles writers, WLP continues to experiment with the idea of publishing and explore the role of the book in society with DTLAB, a pop-up bookstore and performance space project, …

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Oct 09

Da Poetry Lounge & Laboratory Arts Collective

Round 1 November 12th, 2016 at 7pm at LA Eyeworks   Da Poetry Lounge is a poetry venue at the Greenway Court Theatre, Los Angeles, have been in operation since 1998. The ultimate goal of DPL is to create a communal space for people to be heard. They celebrate poetry in all forms, and welcome all those …

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Oct 09

Melrose Poetry Bureau

Pre-Event November 12th, 2016 at 6pm outside Spartina   Melrose Poetry Bureau – MC’d by RENT Poet Brian Sonia-Wallace, the poets of Melrose Poetry Bureau will face off to create a spontaneous literary masterpiece with suggestions from the audience, blending poetry and improv into a genre totally its own. What kind of poem do you need? These …

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