Just a reminder that tonight at the The Pocket Theater in Greenwood (Seattle) is evening one of Bibliophila.
On Thursday, August 4th, I’ll be reading the opening to Class-M Exile, complete with Texas accent, while improv actors act it out. From Word Lit Zine—
The first chapter is life and death for a book. It’s where you get hooked, it’s where you fall in love, and it’s where a world unfolds before you. At this event, an author reads the first chapter of their novel, and then a group of improv actors will bring that chapter to life before your very eyes.
Kicking off Bibliophilia storytelling festival is sci-fi author Raven Oak reading from her novella, Class-M: Exile.
WHAT: Performance Art
WHEN: Thursday, August 4th at 8 PM (Doors open at 7:30)
WHERE: The Pocket Theater (8312 Greenwood Ave N., Seattle, WA 98103)
PRICE: $10 Online or $14 at the door (You can also buy a 3 day pass for $25)
This is going to be a blast, so come on out!
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