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Film Screenings and Readings by Lonely Christopher and Maggie Dubris (Music/Video by Monique Mizrahi and Lauren Gabriele)

  • Videology 308 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, NY, 11249 United States (map)

Join us for two short films by the wonderful poet/filmmaker, Lonely Christopher, as well as Maggie Dubris, who will be reading and offering up a 10-minute selection of video content. Music by the wonderful Monique Mizrahi (with video by Lauren Gabriele). 


Lonely Christopher is a poet and filmmaker. He is the author of the poetry collection Death & Disaster Series (Monk Books, 2014) and the short story collection The Mechanics of Homosexual Intercourse, which was a 2011 selection of Dennis Cooper's Little House on the Bowery imprint of Akashic Books. His plays have been produced in New York City and China. His film credits include the feature MOM (which he wrote and directed), the shorts We Are Not Here and Petit Lait (which were adapted from his stories), and Crazy House (for which he wrote the screenplay). He lives in Brooklyn. 


Maggie Dubris is a poet and composer based in New York City. She is the author of In the Dust Zone (Centre-Ville Books, 2010), Skels (Soft Skull Press, 2004), and Weep Not, My Wanton (Black Sparrow Press, 2002). Her poem, “WillieWorld,” was first published as a chapbook by Richard Hell's Cuz Editions. For ten years Maggie was the guitarist/principal songwriter for the all-female extravaganza, Homer Erotic, and she is presently creating soundscapes for videos and installations. She is also working on a new book, Broke-Down Palace, a history of St. Clare’s Hospital where she worked for many years as a 911 paramedic. Broke-Down Palace is structured as a series of linked poems, spanning the years from 1934, when the hospital was founded, to 2007 when it got shut down. For more info, go to


From her California roots and early love of punk, coming into her creative own in Italy and now Brooklyn, Honeybird (multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter Monique Mizrahi) has chased more powerful engagement with her identity and with the world’s music. She transforms (her) self-hate into self-love while advocating bisexual awareness. As a songwriter and performer, she merges the charango (a South American string instrument) and bass with languages and music of her tradition, creating the sticky queer sound that is Honeybird. In May 2015 she released an album "Out Comes Woman" and is playing each day from release until the following year, marking each show on her facebook fan page, it began with #1/365 and is now at #126/365.


And here are some additional links for Monique:
twitter / honeybirdie
instagram / honeybirdoutcomeswoman
facebook page / honeybirdmusic
Album "Out Comes Woman" on iTunes


Lauren Gabriele is an experimental video artist from Los Angeles, and currently calls Brooklyn home. She explores the diverse abstract spectrum of contemporary youth culture.