I’m often (rightly) accused of posting info about upcoming events way too late in the game. Like, the day of. Or, in a good week, the day before. So here! Look! This is a cool thing that’s still far enough away that you can work it into your busy schedule. Come to it! See me there! I’m a member of this group, and I will be there, perhaps handing you a program, perhaps steering you to the bar. Most likely, steering you to the bar:
How long does it last, that pulse-pumping realization, I could have died? Long enough to thank the stranger who saved you by the breadth of his hand, long enough to shake and laugh and maybe tell your co-workers when you sit, alive, at your desk, but you can’t really feel it, you can’t begin to believe you’re only a wrong step from oblivion.
Portuguese Artists Colony will take you over the edge, bring that bus all the way to its destined catastrophe. Take your last wrong turn with us Sunday, September 23.
Featuring authors Chiwan Choi, Doug Cordell, Sarah Ladipo Manyika, and Jeremy Ravdin. Plus music from Jhene Canody, and the ever-popular live writing: “Vote on a prompt as you enter the show, and four writers will write on the winning topic while you watch them sweat, swear, and get inspired.”
Sunday, September 23
Hotel Rex, 562 Sutter Street
In the Salon, just behind the Library Bar
Show at 5:00 pm