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Thursday, March 12, 2009

How You Learned Your Adolescence Was Over, or, Go To Blaise K's New Reading Series!

I posted too soon. Updated If you haven't been to the awesome Blaise K's How I Learned Reading Series, you're missing out. (And if you don't know who Blaise is, see

I went last month and, um, not only wound up going home with someone but heard some hilarity from Chelsea Peretti (would've heard more but I was late - don't be late!).

Also...Blaise is reading May 21st at In The Flesh. I can't be at the March 25th event cause I'll be doing Jon Friedman's Rejected from Rejected show at Housing Works (more on that TK), but in April, I'm so there. So make Happy Ending Lounge your home, at least twice a month!

How I Learned My Adolescence Was Over

(Author of The Kept Man and Instant Love)
(Blogger, host and creator of Cringe)
(Comedian, "USE IT" at Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre)
(Comedian, Comedy Central, "Best Week Ever", Tell Your Friends!)

302 Broome Street, NYC
between Forsyth & Eldridge
(212) 334-9676
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JAMI ATTENBERG is the author of two books of fiction, Instant Love and The Kept Man. Her work, both fiction and nonfiction, has appeared in Jane, Print, New York, Nylon, Radar, Salon, Nextbook, Time Out NY, Five Chapters, Smokelong Quarterly, 3: AM Magazine, and Spork, as well as in a number of anthologies, including Sex for America. Her third book, The Melting Season, will be published by Riverhead Books in the future. She lives in Brooklyn, and has been blogging for more than a decade at

is the host and creator of the Cringe Reading Series and editor of Cringe: Teenage Diaries, Journals, Notes, Letters, Poems, and Abandoned Rock Operas (Crown, 2008). Her writing has appeared online in McSweeney's, The Morning News, Gawker, and her personal website, She is never as tall as she remembers.

ANN CARR is an actress, comedian, and character maven. Her previous one-woman shows include "The Winner's Circle" and "There is Only One You." Her latest solo show, currently at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, is called "Use It."
Because if you find yourself crying openly in a Starbucks about the webisode audition you just went on, you need to find a way to channel that shit.

has appeared on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" and is a regular panelist on VH1's "Best Week Ever." Liam was head writer for The Humor Network, where his work was read on a regular basis by about two-and-a-half million readers. One of them worked at a vineyard and sent him two free bottles of wine. That was cool. Liam tours the country regularly, performing stand-up comedy and helping strangers solve their problems. He can also be seen every week at Tell Your Friends!, a free comedy show at Lolita Bar.

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At March 12, 2009, Blogger M. David Hornbuckle said...

Sounds like a really good show. Those are all great performers. Too bad I have a band rehearsal that night. Maybe another month.


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