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Knickerbocker Write Club – October 24th, 2011

Knickerbocker Write Club Poster - 2011-10-24

Add yourself to the pool of Write Club Battle Contenders or become a member of our mailing list! Please sign-up here.

We are looking for artists, satirists, playwrights, poets, actresses, short story writers, actors, novelists, extemporaneous creators, instrumental musicians, comedians, audience members, and anyone else who loves creativity!

The next Write Club

Monday, October 24th.

Write Club Performances

Write Club Battle: Sunrise vs. Twilight MP3 | OGG

MP3: [audio:http://themediacollective.org/wp-content/uploads/writeclub/2011-10-24/themediacollective.org-Sunrise%20vs.%20Twlight.mp3]

Backwards Poem MP3 | OGG

MP3: [audio:http://themediacollective.org/wp-content/uploads/writeclub/2011-10-24/themediacollective.org-Backwards%20Poem.mp3]

I Can Relate MP3 | OGG

MP3: [audio:http://themediacollective.org/wp-content/uploads/writeclub/2011-10-24/themediacollective.org-I%20Can%20Relate.mp3]

312-DRY-TOFU Performance MP3 | OGG

MP3: [audio:http://themediacollective.org/wp-content/uploads/writeclub/2011-10-24/themediacollective.org-312-DRY-TOFU.mp3]

Election Season News Coverage is Timely, Accurate and Always in Depth MP3 | OGG

MP3: [audio:http://themediacollective.org/wp-content/uploads/writeclub/2011-10-24/themediacollective.org-Election%20Coverage.mp3]

The rest of the copy from the event poster:

Want to write? 7PM.
Want to perform? 8PM.
Want to watch the show? It starts at 9PM.

Assignment: Bring some writings to perform! Journals. Stories. Texts from classes. Anything that you would like to perform. Write a poem, story, or other narrative about something that frightens you.

Can’t make it? Call our voicemail art project, 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638), to contribute via the phone. We will play your audio contribution on stage. To be considered for this month’s show, you must call before October 23rd.

Think! Found Magazine meets J&C Letters to the Editor. The two of them go trick or treating as the Pedestrian Bridge and the Wabash River. Each receive a tremendous amount of candy, stickers, and other household items. Upon returning home, they examine their loot and find a letter. The writer tells them the location of a secret trunk full of valuables and photographs. They quickly head out into the night. They enter Happy Hollow Park after dusk and…AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!