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Two opposing writers. Two opposing topics. Seven minutes each. Finally, your life may begin.

WRITE CLUB S‪F‬ Steven Westdahl and Casey Childers

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Two opposing writers. Two opposing topics. Seven minutes each. Finally, your life may begin.

    85 > Like v Like-Like

    85 > Like v Like-Like

    Closing out our Love Day celebration, Diana Salier had at Steven Westdahl in the timeless battle of LIKE v LIKE-LIKE.

    84 > Flowers v Chocolate

    84 > Flowers v Chocolate

    In our second Valentines themed bout from February, known coward Nate Waggoner colludes with respected miscreant Sarah Griffin in FLOWERS v CHOCOLATE.

    83 > Single v Committed

    83 > Single v Committed

    In honor of that most loathed and weighted of made up holidays, VD, Casey Childers took on Sarah Broderick in SINGLE v COMMITTED.

    82 > Real v Fake

    82 > Real v Fake

    The SF Neo-Futurists conclude their Jan. 2014 residency with a healthy dose of fictional reality. Ryan 'Sex With Animals' Good offers up a synthetic slice of full-blown FAKE and John 'Jughead' Pierson strips away the pretense to hold up a mirror and show us what's REAL. If you find yourself in New York, Chicago, or San Francisco, do yourself a favor and check out Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind.

    81 > Long v Short

    81 > Long v Short

    The SF Neo-Futurists expand upon their 2 minute play format and continue their Jan. 2014 occupation of our show. Matt Pine cuts his 7 minutes on our stage SHORT and then Megan Cohen steps up to demonstrate just how LONG she can be. No matter the duration, everyone ends up a winner (except for the loser).

    80 > Future v Past

    80 > Future v Past

    The San Francisco Neo-Futurists offer up their best and their brightest to do battle on our WRITE CLUB stage. Willie Caldwell brings us a beer-soaked blast from the PAST before Artistic Director Adam Smith counterattacks by taking us back to the FUTURE. Time is of the essence when confronted by this group of trend-setting performance artists helping us to celebrate New Year's in January 2014.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Abarao ,

Write club

Write club SF is the best literary event in the city, so of course you should listen to this podcast!

Radprik ,

Not just writing

Pencil's delivery could use some work, maybe it's better when you're there. Eraser was better.

Sam Bruhaha ,

Hilarious

Do yourself a favor and take a listen; talented writers with fantastic comedic timing.

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