Nomadic Press is pleased to announce the Nomadic salon debut performances of Baruch Porras-Hernandez and Molly McCloy with music by the ever-so-lovely T. B. D.
Molly McCloy is a three-time NYC Moth Slam winner with work published in Slate, Nerve, and Swink. She holds an M.F.A. in nonfiction from The New School, and teaches at Pima Community College in Tucson. Currently on sabbatical, Molly is touring "Mad Dog Grudges," her one-woman show that unravels her screwed-up family's legacy of violence and addiction, explores the ridiculousness of grudges, and asks what it takes to forgive others . . . and yourself. To learn more about upcoming performances go to mollymccloy.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for the email list.
Baruch Porras-Hernandez is a writer, performer, and regular host for KQED Arts. He’s been a resident artist in the spoken word program at The Banff Center in Alberta, Canada, is a Lambda Literary Fellow in Poetry for 2014, and is a recipient of the REGEN Artist grant from Galería de la Raza. His work can be found in several anthologies, like Assaracus from Sibling Rivalry Press, Divining Divas with Lethe Press, and Aim For The Head with Write Bloody Publishing. He’s performed in shows all over the Bay Area, including Dr. Zebrovski’s Hour of Power, Tender Bears, Radar Productions, Queer Rebels, Flor y Canto, and Marga Gomez’s Performerama. He is the voice of the SHIPWRECK Live Erotic Fan Fiction Competition and Podcast, and runs the San Francisco Queer Open Mic. He was born in Toluca, Mexico, and likes gummy bears. To find out more, go to baruchporrasherandez.wordpress.com.
There is ample street parking, but just to make it easy, there is an O'Reilly Auto Parts/Walgreens on the corner of Fruitvale and Foothill with a huge parking lot. Here's a Google Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/NxXGg
Nomadic Press should show up on that map as well. We are just in between Austin and Rutherford on Foothill.
Hope to see you soon!