Tuesday, October 13 • 5:00pm - 6:15pm
You, Me, and Everyone We've Boned

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This event is now available to watch on our YouTube page, along with the rest of our 2020 festival programming.

Co-presented by Dog Eared Castro

Our new Litquake Out Loud series presents this very special night of literary performances which explore how sex and love can survive during the time of Corona! Queer and POC writers tell us whether or not one can find love, or make a connection, during a terrifying pandemic. With Jayy Dodd, Maurisa Thompson, Lauren Wheeler, and Brandon Young. Hosted by writer/performer Baruch Porras-Hernandez. FREE, $5-10 suggested donation

Registration is required for Zoom access. Spots are limited.
Event will also be livecasted on Facebook Live.

Buy the authors' books at Litquake's bookstore here --

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Baruch Porras-Hernandez

Baruch Porras-Hernandez is a writer, performer, stand-up comedian, and the author of the chapbooks I Miss You, Delicate and Lovers of the Deep Fried Circle, both with Sibling Rivalry Press. He’s toured with the legendary Sister Spit Queer poetry tour, is a two-time winner of Literary... Read More →
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Maurisa Thompson

Maurisa Thompson was born and raised in San Francisco, and is a proud alum of June Jordan’s Poetry for the People. A poet and educator, she is a graduate of UC Riverside’s MFA program and is currently teaching English at John O’Connell High School in San Francisco. Her poetry... Read More →
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Lauren Wheeler

Lauren Wheeler writes poetry, fiction, and about the places where the personal, the political, and pop culture intersect. She sometimes contributes to Black Nerd Problems (blacknerdproblems.com). After years in the video game industry, she now works on self-driving cars in San Fr... Read More →
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Jayy Dodd

Jayy Dodd aka [redacted] aka Lady Tournament beamed down in Los Angeles ’92 & is now based in Portland, OR. Her professional literary career includes positions at The Offing, Winter Tangerine & more with features in Poetry Magazine, Oprah Magazine, Ms. Magazine, Willamette Weekly... Read More →
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Brandon Young

Brandon is a spoken word artist currently residing in Seattle. His work can be full of charm, facts,  deadpan humor and historical events. He has been a featured performer at QACon 2013, APATure 2014, the New Sh!t Show, the Racket and the San Francisco Queer Open Mic. Originally... Read More →

Tuesday October 13, 2020 5:00pm - 6:15pm PDT