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sPARKLE & bLINK for the first 100 earthlings, no proof required! $7-10, all ages, no one turned away for lack of funds.
Cheap ice cold draft beer courtesy of Lagunitas, and Mercury Cafe will have their entire menu—including house-made, organic pies and vegetarian chili—for the gettin’. We’ll be taking over the indoors and the outdoors, so come early and get a seat.
Doors at 6:30. Show at 7:30.
At the show, step in to our prompt-based confessional booth, where you can help lay the foundation for Quiet Lightning’s next film, Water Under the Bridge. Anything you’ve experienced and share with us could transform our narrative… but only if you want it to. Deadline is May 4.
QL 74 // s+b 64 by the numbers
We received 56 submissions for this show and accepted 12 (21%). Of those:
- 9 have never read for Quiet Lightning (75%)
- The three returning are:
- Jessica Hahn (3x)
- Jill Tydor (1x)
- Townsend Walker (1x)
Chemical Wedding on April 12
The fourth in our bimonthly performance series features readings by Alejandro Murguia, Ingrid Rojas Contreras, Jason Morris, and Clara Hsu w/David Wong, with live music by Garrett Pierce and San Diego-based Second Cousins. As cheap as $5 for a limited time, with the chance to pay more and save on the first issue of vitriol.
- Send in writing of any kind to be part of our May 4 show at Chez Poulet no later than midnight, April 15. Click here for more information and to submit.
- Send in any SF-centric story, routine, memory to help us write (and be included in) our second film, Water Under the Bridge. Deadline is May 4: click here for more info and to submit.
is that a bridge coming out of your mouth
short experimental documentary film
water under the bridge
visual art » writing » v i s u a l a r t
submit by march 15
QL 73 // s&b 63 @ WeWork
Chemical Wedding // Apr 12 @ The Emerald Tablet: Jason Morris, Clara Hsu, Alejandro Murguia + Ingrid Rojas Contreras
w/music by Second Cousins + another musical act TBA
• Jun 4 Neighborhood Heroes @ Contemporary Jewish Museum: Daniel Alarcón, Brenda Hillman, Benjamin Hollander, Kathryn Ma, Gloria Frym, Katie Wheeler-Dubin, Tomas Moniz, and Colin Winnette | RSVP • Tickets
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