The How I Learned Series features writers, storytellers, comedians, and other raconteurs holding forth on a different theme. It all happens every last Wednesday of the month, and sometimes more than that, which basically means you will have the best night of your life on those nights, repeatedly.



HOW I LEARNED THERE MIGHT BE SOME ISSUES: STORIES ABOUT THERAPY

Join us for stories of insane psychotherapists and life or death battles with new age life coaches. We're coming to terms with various things. Together. It will be like a mental health support group but with copious amounts of alcohol. Which is always a good sign. 

The How I Learned Series presents...

HOW I LEARNED THERE MIGHT BE SOME ISSUES:
STORIES ABOUT THERAPY

Featuring:
AMY SOHN
(Prospect Park West)
ELIOT GLAZER
(My Parents Were Awesome)
JIJI LEE
(Cooking For One)
TRACY ROWLAND
(The Liar Show)

Created, Produced + Hosted by
BLAISE ALLYSEN KEARSLEY

Wednesday, February 23rd
8pm / Doors open at 7pm
HAPPY ENDING
302 Broome Street between Forsyth + Eldridge
J, M, Z, F to Delancey
B, D to Grand

FREE! 

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AMY SOHN is the author of the novels Prospect Park West, Run Catch Kiss, and My Old Man, all published by Simon & Schuster.  She is currently writing a sequel to Prospect Park West, to be published in 2012.  She has been a columnist for New York Press, The New York Post and New York magazine.  As a television writer, she has penned pilots for such networks as ABC, Fox, Lifetime and HBO.  “Avenue Amy,” which Ms. Sohn co-created, wrote and starred in, was one of the first original series on Oxygen.  A graduate of Brown University, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and young daughter.

 ELIOT GLAZER is a writer, comedian, and blogger.  He is an editor at Urlesque.com, and the creator of the blog My Parents Were Awesome, which will be released as an anthology of essays in April 2011 by Random House.  More of his "mind garbage" can be found at eliotglazer.com.

JIJI LEE is the writer/creator of Cooking for One, a web series that celebrates yourself and all your mistakes. She has written for The New Republic, MAR magazine, and Refinery29. She graduated from Barnard College and still owes them a lot of money. 

TRACY ROWLAND is that rare New Yorker who likes to talk. Except she's from New Jersey, which makes her rarer still. She has appeared onstage with The Moth, The Liar Show and the notorious BTK Band. Tracy makes her living as a promotion and marketing editor and is responsible for that Dateline promo involving 50-year-olds who want to hook up with your teenage daughter. She's got a one-eyed cat, a passport and a knack for physical injury. The stories write themselves. Also, she won an Emmy.

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