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Ruth Kaufman is the author of four medieval romances, two medieval novellas and two humorous contemporary novels.
Ruth is also an on-camera and voiceover actor with a J. Credits include independent features, short films, web series, national TV commercials and thousands of voiceovers. She presents workshops for authors and actors is a storyteller, and sings in a symphony chorus. Learn more at ruthkaufman.
Please join Ruth and our other amazing readers on Tuesday, December 3, in the upstairs bar at Hopleaf. Anne-Marie Oomen is co-author of Lake Michigan Mermaid with Linda Nemec Foster Michigan Notable Book for , but she is not a mermaid--she wrote the troubled girl poems in the book--no type-casting there. Also, Uncoded Woman poetry , in which she likes to pretend she's uncoded--though she's pretty sure an uncoded woman is really a fiction.
It's not about the elements. She and her husband, David Early, built their home in the woods near Empire, Michigan, and emerge when their cider stores are low.
Please join Anne-Marie and our other amazing readers on Tuesday, December 3, in the upstairs bar at Hopleaf. The holiday season is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than with the last Tuesday Funk of ! Join Chicago's favorite eclectic monthly reading series on Tuesday, Dec.
We'll be in the upstairs lounge at Hopleaf in Andersonville. As always, admission to Tuesday Funk is free, but you must be 21 to attend.
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Doors open at 7pm sharp tables tend to fill up fast, so don't dawdle! Please RSVP on Facebook -- and while you're at it, please like and follow us so you get our announcements right in your stream. It was a prematurely cold night in what has turned into a series of cold nights, but the audience for the rd edition of Tuesday Funk was warm and welcoming in the upstairs lounge at Hopleaf on November 5, and our readers were ready to soak it up.
Next, Kat Jercich read an essay about attempting to hide her queerness under hundreds of photos of Daniel Radcliffe on her bedroom walls. After intermission, cohost Andrew Huff read a couple of his patented topical haiku, then Karen Clanton told a story about overcoming racial harassment in a new town as a child. If you missed it, don't feel bad. We'll have video up on our YouTube page soon. And you can catch the next episode of Chicago's favorite eclectic monthly reading series on Tuesday, Dec. Hope to see you there! Plus your perennial cohosts, Andrew Huff and Eden Robins.
Our readings take place at Hopleaf Bar, N. Clark St. We get started promptly at pm in the upstairs lounge. Arrive early if you want a seat -- but no earlier than pm. Our readings are free, but only those 21 and over will be admitted.
And check it out -- You can now order food from our bartender! See you there! Karen Clanton is an attorney whose law degree did not stifle the English major lurking within. She has forged a career as a writer in the legal profession, where she has led complex editorial projects in securities law, women's history and diversity.
She is a single mom living on the South Side of Chicago chronicling her adventures through stories told on her back porch or at the kitchen table when it's cold outside that end up being heard on stages across the city. Please join Karen and our other amazing readers on Tuesday, November 5, in the upstairs bar at Hopleaf. This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own.
Christmas gets most of the press this time of year, but December is a month full of religious and secular festivals and holidays, along with some wild and wacky days as well. Here's a reminder of the major holidays this month, along with a collection of the most bizarre holidays gleaned from the corners of the Internet.
We can't vouch for the authenticity of some of these lesser known observances, but if you need a moment to forget the stress that sometimes comes with the major holidays, there's got to be a few here to make you smile. Forget the 12 Days of Christmas. Here's a whole month of ways to celebrate:.
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