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Sister, Sister // Music and Poetry

March 30 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

We snagged a few of our favorite Mpls women to grace the Honey stage Friday, March 30th.

We got:
– 1 singer/songwriter
– 5 poet / writers
– no dudes on stage ‘cept Timothy ‘he’s cool’ Otte, our brave host
– doors at 7:30 PM
– show at 8:00 PM
– $5 cash donation (or whatever)
– merch available for purchase
– full bar
– hang out after

Jill Zimmerman is a singer-songwriter based in Northeast Minneapolis. Since she set them loose to the Creative Commons, her songs have been streamed over 4 million times and have been featured in a bizarre variety of student films, Korean YouTube comedies, European retailers’ in-store playlists, and for some reason a shaky cell phone video of a giraffe giving birth. “It is all a gift.” Check her out at jillzimmermanmusic.com

Annemarie Eayrs lives in Minneapolis, working for Coffee House Press and editing for Paper Darts. She graduated from Carleton College in 2017, where she discovered a love for poetry, Asian diasporic literature, and buffalo chicken strips (sauce on the side). Her work can be found in various campus publications and Paper Darts.

Ali O’Reilly is a multi-genre writer and author of ‘What Is The Opposite Of A Machine Gun And How Do I Empty That Into You?’ Her work has appeared in Poetry City USA, Nice Cage Magazine, City Pages, the Twin Cities Arts Reader, McSweeneys, The Establishment. She has exhibited cross-medium collaborations on stage and at City Wide Artists Gallery, The American Swedish Institute and elsewhere.

Paula Cisewski’s fourth poetry collection, ​Quitter​, won the 2016 Diode Editions Book Prize. She is also the author of The Threatened Everything (finalist for the Burnside Review Book Prize), Ghost Fargo (winner of the Nightboat Poetry Prize selected by Franz Wright), Upon Arrival (Black Ocean), and several chapbooks, including the lyric prose Misplaced Sinister. She has been awarded fellowships from the Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts, the Jerome Foundation, and the Minnesota State Arts Board. She lives in Minneapolis, where she teaches, collages, and collaborates. If you like, visit www.paulacisewski.com.

Maitreyi is a writer and educator living in Minneapolis. She plays fast and loose with time and space. Her writing is best spoken aloud in the kitchen to someone you love. Please talk to her or find her on Twitter: @itsteensy.

Brett Elizabeth Jenkins is the author of three chapbooks, most recently OVER THE MOON (Pockets Press, 2017). She has work published or forthcoming in The Sun, AGNI, Drunken Boat, PANK, Linbreak, Gargoyle, and elsewhere.

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Date:
March 30
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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