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Bristol Queer Caf present Sister Spit

Bristol Queer Caf have pleasure in presenting SISTER SPIT
– a vanload of magnificent underground female spoken word brilliance, blazing across the USA and Europe and into Bristol!

Thursday, 03 September 2009

£3 – 5 (pay what you can afford) free entry for asylum seekers/migrants

19:00 – 23:15

@ Secret Warehouse Location (email ssbris@hotmail.com for venue details)

Hosted with readings by:
MICHELLE TEA, co-founder of Sister Spit. Author of a bunch of books, including the Lambda Award-winning Valencia, and the coming-of-age-on-drugs novel Rose of No Man’s Land.

featuring:

RHIANNON ARGO
author of the novel The Creamsickle, about genderqueer strippers, tiny stolen dogs, curbside drug dealers and messy femmes!

CRISTY ROAD, author and illustrator of Indestructible and Bad Habits, about self-medication, punk rock, feminism, Cuban-American families and girl crushes!

KIRK READ, performance art provocateur and author of How I Learned to Snap, about theater fags, high school and the American south

CHELSEA STARR, writer, DJ and fashion designer, whose zines and chapbooks explore sex work, small town lezzie bars and broke-ass childhoods

KAT MARIE YOAS, who wrote about class and curly hair in the anthology It’s So You; prone to busting into psychokiller housewife performance personas

EM LEDGER
UK-based Em Ledger, who runs the riot grrl collective Lola & The Cartwheels and authors the zine, ‘The World’s A Mess & Yr My Only Cure’

myspace.com/sisterspitnextgen

for accessibility info see: < a href=”http://queercaf.wordpress.com/sister-spit/”>queercaf.wordpress.com/sister-spit/

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