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Andrew Huff delivers November haiku

At our November 5th edition of Tuesday Funk, co-host Andrew Huff delivered another fistful of his patented seasonal haiku, and it sounded just a little like this... My lack of sideburns, like so many surprises, is temporary. Man and woman...  read

William Shunn makes like a Zen typist

At our November 5th edition of Tuesday Funk, co-host William Shunn brought us a brief little poem called "Fiction Wants to Be Free," and it sounded just a bit like this... And if you enjoyed that, please come out to...  read

Andrew Huff treats us with October haiku

At our October 1st edition of Tuesday Funk, co-host Andrew Huff delivered a fistful of his patented seasonal haiku, and it sounded just a little like this... October is now Chicago Artists Month, but what about the rest? Fall in...  read

Tuesday Funk #64: December 3, 2013

Eight times eight is sixty-four, so it only seems fair that we square the circle at our 64th big episode and bid farewell to longtime co-host William Shunn. The roster on December 3rd will feature G.P.A. (Greatest Poet Alive), Jocelyn...  read

November debriefing

The folks lucky enough to have squeezed into the upstairs lounge at Hopleaf for our November 5th edition of Tuesday Funk know what a fantastic time was had by all. But if you weren't there, let us break down the...  read

Reminder: Tuesday Funk #63 is tonight!

Don't forget—tonight is Tuesday Funk's 63rd big episode, featuring Paul McComas & Greg Starrett, Vojislav Pejović, J.H. Palmer, John Rich, and Rosamund Lannin. Don't miss it! Our readings take place at Hopleaf Bar, 5148 N. Clark St. in Chicago. We...  read

Meet Our Readers: J.H. Palmer

J.H. Palmer co-produces the monthly live lit series That's All She Wrote, which takes place the second Sunday of the month at Swim Cafe, and which recently celebrated its one year anniversary. She has appeared at a number of storytelling...  read
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