The How I Learned Series Presents
HOW I LEARNED IT WAS A GOOD IDEA AT THE TIME
(Comedian, Chapelle's Show; VH1's Best Week Ever)
(Writer, the New York Times; Paper; Artforum)
(Writer, 100 Ghosts; The Believer; Wired)
(Essayist / Storyteller, McSweeney's; Another Round)
(Comedian / Storyteller, Mortified; The Moth)
Blaise Allysen Kearsley
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28TH, 2014
8:00PM / Doors at 7:30
702 Union Street, Brooklyn
(Between 5th and 6th Aves)
R to Union / F to 4th + 9th
Q, 2, 3, 4, 5 to Atlantic
$6 in advance / $10 at the door
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JEN SNOW is Director of Media and PR for Russ & Daughters. Previously, she worked as Director of PR for 826NYC and The Brooklyn Superhero Supply Co., as an art critic, as a photographer, in an office at the Whitney Museum, and at the front desk of MOMA. She made shiva platters for Law & Order: SVU and for the film This is Where I Leave You. She played herself in the movie Lola Versus and on Louie. She writes the blog Things I Do Not Understand And Definitely Am Not Going To Talk About.
DOOGIE HORNER is the author of 100 Ghosts and Everything Explained Through Flowcharts. He has contributed to Wired, McSweeney's, the Believer, the London Times, and other publications. He achieved national attention when a video of him taming a hostile crowd on America's Got Talentbecame a viral sensation. He has also designed numerous book covers including Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.
AMBER DREA is a storyteller, fiction writer, editor, and essayist whose work has been published by McSweeney's, The Chicago Reader, The 2nd Hand, The Northville Review, and elsewhere. She's been featured on many storytelling shows and podcasts, and is the host of the storytelling seriesAnother Round.