Monday, January 21, 2013

Women in Love — Radical Ideas on Sex and Eros — Feb 1 at Cornelia St. Cafe

Three Rooms Press presents THE MONTHLY at Cornelia Street Cafe

Radical New Ideas and Poems on Sex, Power, 

Soul and Eros in the Month of Love

Cintra Wilson  |   Hettie Jones
Lily Scarborough Heehs 
Alyssa Pinsker  |  Rachel Chapple, PhD
Amber Atiya  |  Sarah Herrington 
Emily Linstrom  |  Diane O'Debra

Hosted by Kat Georges

Friday, February 1, 2013, 6 pm

Cornelia St Cafe, NYC 

Beat-era original Hettie Jones faces off with Cintra Wilson ("the Dorothy Parker of the cyber age") to divulge radical ideas about love, sex, power, soul and eros with an eclectic line-up of women writers and performers as Three Rooms Press presents "Women in Love," Friday, February 1, 6 pm at Cornelia Street Cafe. The event features performances and readings by nine passionate, irreverent and intense women artists, burlesque dancers and cultural influencers.

The madcap mix of performers includes Cintra Wilson (Author, Caligula for President: Better American Living Through Tyranny; columnist for and The New York Times); Rachel Chapple, Ph.D. (Writer, artist, designer, cultural anthropologist and founder of the online art and storytelling initiative; Alyssa Pinsker (Moth Storyteller, NBCC book critic, global correspondent for Huffington Post, stand up comic, teacher and writer); and Emily Linstrom (Fiction writer, burlesque bombshell, performance artist). 

Additional performers include Lily Scarborough Heehs (Writer, Spectacle, Tenuous Confessionalist, Poet, Fiction Writer, Bookslut, Nerdface); Amber Atiya (poet and performance artist); Sarah Herrington (big-apple farmer, dharma bum punk, author of Always Moving); and Diane O’Debra (Improv performer and poet). Kat Georges (author, Our Lady of the Hunger, and co-founder of Three Rooms Press) hosts. 

The reading is part of THE MONTHLY at Cornelia Street Cafe, a new monthly reading series hosted by Three Rooms Press, in which a unique blend of writers, artists, and performers explore contemporary ideas and culture. Doors open at 5:45. Admission is $12 which includes a free beer, wine or soft drink. 

Cornelia Street Cafe is at 29 Cornelia Street, in the West Village, between W. 4th Street at Bleecker ( Info and reservations:   

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