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This list has:
1) Must See
2) Stuff about me (brief)
3) SF (Bay Area) Event listing
4) Good Folks playing other places
5) Art thing & artist I liked -this week
6) Place to send your art (calls for submission)

June 17-* Kings vs. Queens! -Center for Sex & Culture-398 11th St., SF -8


 Went to Little Minskey's, Chick Wit, the Hole in the Head Film Festival,
Writers with Drinks, & The Problems - all great. Been to my 2nd writing
class nad writing alot- doing that literary walk down memory lane.

more details at
SF EVENTS: now- June 29th-more at


April 19- June 21-CA Lawyers for the Arts Spring Workshops-C.L.A. Office,
Fort Mason Center, Building C, Room 255, SF- 7PM-$20== May 24: Creative
Ventures: Start Your Own Business, June 7: Legal Issues of Public Art, June
21: Unraveling the Web: Legal Issues Related to Marketing Online

April 20- June 21-CA Lawyers for the Arts Spring Workshops-1212 Broadway,
May 25: Collaboration Agreements, June 22: Demo Tapes to Recording

May 29 - June 27- David Steinberg'sphoto exhibit: Divas of SF: Portraits of
Transgender Women-Center for Sex and Culture, 398 11th St, SF-7PM- $5

June - 15 - Hole in the Head Film festival-
Indy Horror

June 15-(every thurs)-Tourettes--METRO- 201 Broadway, Oakland-8PM - $7

June 15-Beautiful People w/ Beautiful Feelings: Art show-11 Minna
Gallery-111 Minna St., SF-8PM

June 15 & 16-8pm/17-7 &10pm-Transgender & Queer Performance Fest-ODC-3153
17th St., SF-$15
Kate Bornstein, Sean Dorsey, Harlem Shake Burlesque, Katastrophe, Juba
Kalamka, Shawna Virago, etc.. Emcees: Veronica Combs and Johnnie Pratt.

June 15 -18-The Clown Conservatory's final show- New College - 777 Valencia
st. , SF- 7:3-PM- $10

June 15-The Revolution Begins in Bed -Pier 23 Cafe- Pier 23 Embarcadero,
SF-8pm-midnight- $10
"A Radical Party for Sexy People! To benefit the Desiree Alliance, Hosted by
Sex Workers' Outreach Project- The Mighty Slim Pickens Band of Brothers Juba
Kalamka of the Deep Dickollective

June 16 & 17-RoboGames 2006 -Fort Mason Festival Pavilion Marina Blvd,
SF-noon- 7pm- $20

June 16- Rock into Summer!! -The Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck Ave
Berkeley-9PM- $7
Groovy Judy Band- 9:30 PM, Robert Temple and his Soulfolk Ensemble -10:30pm,
Luvplanet-12 PM

June 16 & 17-The Curse of the Goddamned Ship -Dark Room-2263 Mission St.,
SF-10pm -$10
Featuring Spiteful Wenches! INventive Swearing! Incessant Slurring! Eternal

June 16-18-Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens-CounterPULSE-310 Mission,
SF-8pm(18-2pm)- $15

June 16-Ecstatic Monkey Reading w/ Kirk Read-Modern Times- 888 Valencia St,,
SF 7:30pm - 9-pm

June 16, 17, 23, & 24 -Chick Wit. - Dark Room Theater- 2263 Mission st., SF-
8pm- $13
San Francisco has some hilariously talented, hard-working Women.Featuring:
Angie Krass, Heather Gold, Julia Jackson, Sherry Sirof, Mary Van Note, Alana
Devich, Kelli Dunham, Lisa Meyers, Dattner

June 30-August 19-Midnight Mass with Peaches Christ-the Bridge-3010 Geary
Blvd, SF- 12AM- $12
check movie schedule at -

June 17(Sat)-Dirty Little Secret-Empire Plush Room's, SF-11PM-$25
Part Camp, Part Burlesque, All Vaudeville baby!

June 17- Jan Steckel reads-Lakeview Branch Library- 550 El Embarcadero,
Oakland-2-4 PM
new poetry chapbook THE UNDERWATER HOSPITAL (Zeitgeist Press), followed by
an open mic

June 17-Comedy Showcase -The Off-Market Theater- 965 Mission St ,SF-
w/ Danny Dechi

June 17-Every Little Movement - Project ARTAUD Theater- 450 Florida Str.,
SF-7:30 pm
: a Benefit for Remy Charlip

June 17- Triple Cobra, Space Vacuum & BoyScout- 12 Galaxies-2565 Mission
St., SF- 9PM - $8

June 17-* Kings vs. Queens! -Center for Sex & Culture-398 11th St., SF -8
Drag Kings & Faux Queens in the hottest performance battle of Pride! The
Indra vs. The Indro, Mighty Max vs. Cara Vida, Pepino vs. Slutella, Fudgie
vs. Rusty Scrotum

June 18 -Merchants of the New Bizarre-509 cultural center - 509 Ellis, SF- 3

June 18- FUN - RAISING for/by GAZEBO-Henry Miller Library Highway One, Big
Sur-12PM- $15
1pm - SAMBA dancing, along with a BELLY DANCING performance. FOOD &

June 18-"Twang Sundays"- Thee Parkside-1600 17th St., SF-4PM-FREE

June 18(Sun)-"Bad Movie Night" - At The Dark Room Theatre- Mission St. betw
18th & 19th, S.F. -8PM Remember TV's Mystery Science Theatre? The show where
they ran those awful cheesy science fiction movies and had a bunch of jokers
seen in silhouette commenting on them all through the picture?

June 18 -Z.O.N.K. - 12 Galaxies- 2565 Mission St. SF-9:30 PM

June 19, 26- Cora's 5-Dark Room-2263 Mission St., SF- 7pm- $5
professional hash (and bull) slinger Cora Values, proprietress of the Gas
Gulp on I-19, for a steamin cup of joe, and a tall stack of homespun
hilarity, courtesy of Cora's 5 10.ü A totally unique evening of
storytelling, Cora covers any topic you name, and dishes out all the
deep-fried wisdom you can stomach!

June 19-Frameline Don't F**k With Me shorts program-Roxie Theater,
with Peter Pizzi's film, Love is Blind, starring Michelle Tea, and Justin
Kelly's film

June 20- Bay Area Stand-Up Comedy!- Canvas Gallery-1200 9th Avenue, SF-7:30

June 20- Next Slam-El Rio- 3158 Mission St., SF-7:30pm sign-up- $5

June 20- ( tuesday night)-Poetry & Jazz Jam- Club Deluxe -1511 Haight
Street, SF-8:30- 11:30pm

June 20- ( tuesday night)- Soul Fo' Real- Club 6 -60 Sixth Street, SF- 10PM
Music and open mic

June 20-TransForming Community II-LGBT Center / Rainbow Room, SF-7:30pm-
with~ Ryka Aoki de la Cruz * Sherilyn Connelly * Simone de la Ghetto Keith
Hennessy + Seth Eise + Twincest * Joan Jett Blakk * Juba Kalamka * Zak
Szymanski and Tre Vasquez

June 21-Green Apple Book's 'Found II' Book Reading-Edinburgh Castle -950
Geary St., SF-8-10 pm love notes, shopping lists, doodles, and diary entries
-- from around the world.

June 21 -Peter Berlin DVD Release Event-Superstar Satellite- 474 Castro St.

June 21 - Smack Dab-Magnet-4122 18th St.,SF-8PM-free
an open stage w/ features performers: Drew Banks and Wayne Hoffman

June 21- Pages from the Past III - SF Public Library / Main Branch- Koret
Auditorium, SF-6pm - Free
today's queers read from yesterday's legends with: Rhiannon Argo on Djuna
Barnes Justin Chin on Thomas Avena Tristan Crane on Jean Genet Samara
Halperin on David Wojnarowicz Tara Jepsen on Cookie Mueller Alvin Orloff on
Quentin Crisp Roger Pinnel on Tennessee Williams Peter Pizzi on Andy Warhol
Shar Rednour on Elsa Gidlow Camille Roy on Valerie Solanas

June 21- Aids Heroes Awards- Center for Sex and Culture-398 11th St., SF-

June 21 (wednes)-BERZERKELEY SLAM -Starry Plough- 3101 Shattuck.
Berkeley-8:30-11pm. $7

June 21 (wednes)- Open Mic- Canvas Gallery - 9th Ave & Lincoln, SF - 7:30PM

June 21 (wednesdays)- Laugh Dammit! - SF Comedy Club -50 Mason, SF- 8PM- $7
hosted by Mike Spiegelman

July 22 -UGZ Presents-Gilman- 924 Gilman, Berkeley - 8pm

June 22-Kitchen Sink host Clear Cut Press -Pegasus Books Downtown -2349
Shattuck Ave. Berkeley- 7:30pm -Free
Clear Cut's authors are Charles D'Ambrosio, Lisa Robertson, Bruce Benderson,
Lynne Tillman, Stacey Levine, Robert Glueck, Emily White, Matt Briggs, Diana
George, and many others.

June 23-LYRIC's All Ages BBQ and Picnic -Dolores Park 19th St. & Dolores
St.,SF-3pm-6pm -Free

July 23-SF Theater Festival- Yerba Buena Gardens -701 Mission St , SF11am -
5pm -FREE
a celebration of live Bay Area theater, will showcase 70 theater groups on
10 stages

July 23- FAIRY BUTCH- 12 Galaxies, 2565 Mission St, SF-8PM- $10

June 23- Queerstuff Music Showcase-Spellbinding Tales Books- 1910 Encinal
Ave. Alameda- 7pm-$5
w/ Groovy Judy

June 23- August-^(3)Metamorphosis^(2)- Bucheon Gallery- 389 Grove St. SF
-7pm ? 9pm
David Gremard Romero^(1)s art show

June 23-Art and Happy Hour -de Young Museum- 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive,
SF- 5-8:45 p.m-. $5
Art with - Live jazz in the de Young Café performed by The Marcus Shelby

June 24- Pink Saturday signings -A Different Light Bookstore -489 Castro
St., SF -12-3 pm
1:00: Justin Chin (Attack of the Man-Eating Lotus Blossoms) 1:00: Kevin
Killian (The Wild Creatures) 2:00: Ian Philips (I Do/I Don't, Satyriasis)
2:00: Greg Wharton (I Do/I Don't, Johnny Was & Other Tall Tales, Out of
Control) 2:00: Patrick Califia (Mortal Companion)

June 25-Z.O.N.K.-12 GALAXIES- 2565 Mission St., SF 9:30 PM
They are in my Myspace group

June 27 - Other Magazine Reading- Intersection for the Arts- 446 Valencia,
Liz Henry & Chris Garcia

June 28-Greg Wharton reads 'The Wild Creatures'-Main Library, Koret
Auditorium-100 Larkin St., SF-6 pm

June 29-RETURN TO GRRRLVILLE-Women's Building- 3543 18th St.,SF- 7:30PM - $5
: a night of short documentary films by women

July 29-Paul Reubens Day Party-The Dark Room- 2263 Mission St, SF -9pm- $10
The days are hot and sticky and you will be too at the porniest Pee-wee
party of the year!

June 29-Godspeed - Dolores Park Cafe 501 Dolores St, SF-7-10pm- $7
featuring live performances by Thea Hillman, Cindy Emch, Charlie Anders,
Roxy Monoxide, Daphne Gottlieb, Lauren Wheeler and Meliza Bañales.

June 29- Radio X Benefit - 12 Galaxies, SF- 8:30PM - $10
Come watch AttaBoy & Burke and the birth of a great nw pirate radio station

June 29 -July 22 (thur-Sat)- "Baum For Peace" - The Marsh 1072 Valencia St.,
SF-8pm - $15
Terry Baum in her one woman comedy "BAUM FOR PEACE," describing her
advenutres as the Green candidate for U.S. Congress in San Francisco in

San Jose - Pacific Art Collective  -

LA Shows

1) June 9-July 1-GLITCH at LACMA-, 7-9pm
LACMA West -6067 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles
GLITCH is an hour-long video screening of new work that utilizes and
exploits video's inherent "glitchy" nature.

2) Regulay film showcase- 7 DUDLEY CINEMA shows the following films at
SPONTO Gallery, 7 Dudley Ave, Venice, 310-306-7330, free admission, 8:00pm, Come early - seating is limited & 7pm

3)July 6th- 17th- 24th Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film


Cool Blog with Musical Facts

SUBMIT HERE: (Places to show your art)

1) 48 Hour Film Contest -

2) Femina Potens is a Non profit art gallery and performance space
located in the Mission District of San Francisco. We are dedicated to
the advancement of women and transgendered communities through art.
We are currently accepting submissions for our 2007 visual art season.
Please send slides or digital images on a cd, along with a printed
artist resume, artist statement, and proposal if you are proposing a
group or solo show.
We accept submissions year round and currate our shows every August
for that fall and the following Spring and Summer. We exhibit a new
show of women and transgendered artists every month of all mediums. We
are interested in a large diversity of artists in regards to cultural
diversity, age, experience, medium, concept, and gender identity. We
do not show group works that include artists who do not identify as
women, transgendered, ftm, mtf, genderqueer, intersex or
gendervariant. We do show artists who reside out of state and out of
the country but Femina Potens can not be liable to pay expenses of
shipping of any pieces that we decide to show, specific install
instructions must be included along with a price list,artist statement
for that show,artist resume, and artist contact information. Femina
Potens recieves 30% of sales made at our gallery. Our gallery is 800
sq ft and dimensions of our gallery can be found on our website on our
Please send all materials to
Femina Potens
Visual Art Submission
465 S. Van ness
SF, CA 94103 

3) New paying market magazine seeking submissions
Today, 8:35 AM

From the Magazine:

Content Applicable to all Submissions
This is a publication of speculative fiction with a slant to the satirical;
works of horror, fantasy, and science fiction, some of which may convey a
self-deprecating or humorous view of the genre.
We are looking for fiction, illustrations, articles, and reviews of genre
Keep in mind it is not our goal to attack or ridicule, but to occasionally
provide a light-hearted view of the various genres and/or the followers they
gather. At the same time, we don't want to lose sight of serious short
fiction, and welcome those submissions as well. Our target readership is of
age, therefore adult themes are welcome within the realm of good taste. We
understand that good taste is a subjective mistress, and we fully intended
to tread on her vague borders now and then, but we are not looking for work
that is arbitrarily abusive.

As stated above, any works relating to horror, fantasy, or science fiction
are applicable in the form of short stories (length not to exceed 10,000
words), poetry, articles, or reviews.
Reviews and articles may include extensions into the genres including:
gaming, books, comic books/graphic novels, art, music, and movies.


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