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Event Archive - TWH presents THE CROSS GENDER CARAVAN: THE CROSS GENDER CARAVAN, T.Paul Ste. Marie, Tennessee Jones, Charlie Anders, Carolyn Connelly, Andre Hewitt, aka The Urban Hermit

Sun. April 17th 2005 8PM - Midnight Cafe Montmartre (All Ages) 8PM - Midnight
Free Free - hat passed

t h u n d e r i n g w o r d h e a r d



presents

THE CROSS GENDER CARAVAN


Sunday April 17, 2005 - 8PM
WHERE: Café Montmartre, 4362 Main St., Vancouver, B.C., (@ Main & 28th) 604.879.8111
ADMISSION: Free – hat passed

Featuring:


Young transgender writers tell their stories in fiction, essays and poetry. And along the way, they expand the boundaries of both gender and artistic expression. Your genderscape may never be the same again!

Tennessee Jones (southern ex-punk with high pompadour whose first book, Deliver Me From Nowhere, explores the sex and gender badlands of Middle America through the prism of Bruce Springsteen's albume Nebraska)

Charlie Anders (author of Choir Boy, a bittersweet and surreal story of a choirboy who takes female hormones to keep his voice from changing and discovers a world of gender confusion. Charlie publishes other, the magazine of pop and politics for the new outcasts.)

Carolyn Connelly (high femme metal head whose zine, A Brooklyn Diary, includes tales of growin up queer and working class in Brooklyn, and hanging out with Metallica when they actually mattered)

Andre Hewitt, aka The Urban Hermit (Get ready for The Urban Hermitt zine and The Flow Chronicles, a book about nitemare hippies and coming out as queer in the midst of lsd induced- heterosexist- rainbow gathering –love. Andre writes about counterculture, with soul.)



t h u n d e r i n g w o r d h e a r d
is Vancouver’s longest running weekly spoken word/music fusion open mic series

WHEN: Every Sunday!!!– open mic artists sign up at 8PM – show at 9PM
WHERE: Café Montmartre, 4362 Main St., Vancouver, B.C., (@ Main & 28th) 604.879.8111
ADMISSION: Free – hat passed

T.Paul Ste. Marie (T.PAUL STE. MARIE * emcee, host, performer)

R.I.P. Artist, emcee, Spoken word artist, poet, storyteller, side show performer, actor, producer T.Paul Ste. Marie a.k.a. SwankHipster is regarded as one of Vancouver's most prolific facilitators of the spoken word art form. T.Paul has produced spoken word/music stages and events, as well as performed and hosted for the likes of the 25th ANNI... more info

Tennessee Jones (Spoken Word)

Tennessee Jones ~ southern ex-punk with high pompadour whose first book, Deliver Me From Nowhere, explores the sex and gender badlands of Middle America through the prism of Bruce Springsteen's album Nebraska more info

Charlie Anders (Spoken Word)

Charlie Anders ~ author of Choir Boy, a bittersweet and surreal story of a choirboy who takes female hormones to keep his voice from changing and discovers a world of gender confusion. Charlie publishes other, the magazine of pop and politics for the new outcasts more info
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