The How I Learned Series Presents:
HOW I LEARNED TO SAY I'M SORRY
(Girlbomb; Have You Found Her)
(This American Life; New York Times Magazine)
(Real Characters; TOLD)
(Vanity Fair; Use Me)
Created, Produced + Hosted by
BLAISE ALLYSEN KEARSLEY
Wednesday, October 26th
8pm / Doors open at 7
302 Broome Street between Forsyth + Eldridge
J, M, Z, F to Delancey
B, D to Grand
PLUS: Trivia + Special Giveaways!
STARLEE KINE is a contributor to the public radio show This American Life. She is working on her first book, It IS Your Fault, essays about the self-help industry and it's, frankly, driving her crazy. If you are caught up on Breaking Bad, she basically feels like a smaller, less bald fourth season Walt, screaming his head off in his basement.
ANDY ROSS is a comedy writer and storyteller from Wisconsin. He's contributed to The Onion News Network, Comedy Central's Indecision Forever, and Mad Magazine. As a storyteller, Andy has performed on TOLD, Stripped Stories, The Liar Show, and the Moth GrandSLAM, among others. He runs a monthly storytelling/reading series called Real Characters at McNally Jackson Books in SoHo. For more Andy Ross visit andyrosscomedy.com.
ELISSA SCHAPPELL is the author of Blueprints for Building Better Girls and Use Me, which was a finalist for the PEN/Hemingway award, and a New York Times Notable Book. She is a contributing editor for Vanity Fair, co-founder and Editor-at-Large of Tin House, and co-editor with Jenny Offill of two anthologies, The Friend Who Got Away and Money Changes Everything. She teaches at NYU and lives in Brooklyn.
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