Reading # 39 | Tuesday Funk
Reading # 39

Video: Do bad things, you won't get caught

With only four more days until our December 6th reading, we want to remind you how Tuesday Funk can transport you out of a cold and dreary Chicago winter to magical places like a summer in Paris. In this segment...  read

Video: Giving thanks for exit doors and taxi cabs

Thanksgiving is a short six days away, and Tuesday Funk reader Laura Stark is here to give you one more thing to feel thankful for. In this segment from our November 1st program, she gives us reason to look forward...  read

Video: Let's forget about my impending layoff for one night

For your Monday edification, we dip back to our recent November 1st event at Hopleaf. The reading shared a date with Dia de los Muertos, and author Cesar Torres shared with us the transcript of a particular video blog he...  read

Video: A public service announcement from Matt Wood

If you're trying to figure out what to do for lunch on this fine Friday, Tuesday Funk is here to help! This past Tuesday night, Matt Wood whetted our appetites with his instructions on how to order the corned beef...  read

November debriefing

Our next event will take place on Tuesday, December 6, 2011, and will include readings from Jody Lynn Nye, Patricia Ann McNair, Hanna Martine, Emile Ferris, and John Klimaread

Reminder: Tuesday Funk #39 is tonight!

Tonight's the night! It's that one magical evening of the month when we convene Tuesday Funk, the monthly Chicago reading series where good writing and good beer mix. It's our 39th big episode, and we're bringing you five great readers—most...  read

Tuesday Funk #39: November 1st

Our next event will take place on Tuesday, November 1, 2011, and will include readings from Suzanne Clores, J.D. Adamski, Matt Wood, Cesar Torres, and Laura Starkread
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Tuesday Funk is an eclectic Chicago reading series, hosted by Andrew Huff and Eden Robins, showcasing a monthly mix of fiction, poetry, essays and performance. Join us next on Tuesday, October 6, 7:30 p.m. live on YouTube. Admission is free.

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