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Writing & Eating at the ‘Feast of Words’ | SoMa

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Tuesday, April 5, 2011 - 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm | Cost: $5*
*$5 advance tickets with potluck dish or $10 without one.

SOMArts Cultural Center (entrance around the back) | 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA



Writers, it’s time to showcase those skills and enjoy some good food too.

Feast of Words is a monthly literary event that includes on-the-spot creative writing competition and a fine meal cooked by guest Chef Peter Jackson. Before the pencils have at them, you’ll eat and hear a reading from guest spoken work artist Kirya Traber.

The theme is month is “On the Shoulders of Giants” and then competition should be a take-off from that, but it won’t be anything too grueling so don’t worry if you feel like a novice. There’s even a prize at the end.

About the Guests: Kirya Traber & Peter Jackson

Kirya Traber is a nationally awarded spoken word artist. Her work has appeared before US Presidents, incarcerated convicts, and classrooms of kindergartners. She has toured the United States and Canada with the legendary queer girl literary road show, Sister Spit. Peter Jackson is the executive chef of Canvas Underground, a supperclub that aims to bring people together for great food and cool art in ever-changing venues. The collective is a part of the Ghetto Gourmet dining party network, which is continuing the Bay Area’s guerilla cooking tradition.

Space is limited. Tickets are $10 in advance (including refreshments and the food) but only $5 if you bring a potluck dish. Cheap cash bar for wine. Get your tickets here.


Links: Event details

Cost: $5*

*$5 advance tickets with potluck dish or $10 without one.

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Categories: *Top Pick*, Eating & Drinking, Literature, Recurring - Monthly, San Francisco
Venue: SOMArts Cultural Center (entrance around the back)
Address: 934 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA
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