Please join us for the very first live webshow of Tongue & Groove on Concert Window. Have you heard about this site? It’s primarily used by musicians, but with your support this can turn out to be a viable option for writers too. Wherever you are in the world, you can tune in!
This is not going to replace live readings, but for this night you can forget about parking, a sitter, traffic etc. This is an exciting new venture and I’d appreciate your support. Please click on the link below to get your ticket early. Please do this right away and please share this with others.
During the show you’ll be able to interact too with requests, TIPS, comments etc. The webshow will not be available after the live broadcast. Please join us.
Tongue & Groove
A monthly literary variety show with music produced by ConradRomo. This month features: Maggie Rowe Sit ‘N Spin, Ben Loory “STORIES FOR NIGHTTIME AND SOME FOR THE DAY”, Chris Wells The Secret City, Brandon Brown, and music by Christopher Joyner
Saturday December 13
Live Streamed Show
You can purchase online tickets for $5 starting now at
Chris Wells is an award winning writer/performer who divides his time between New York and Los Angeles. As host of The Secret City, an Obie-award winning gathering for artists and art lovers, Wells curates, produces and emcees a monthly event that is part salon, part cabaret and part ceremony. As a writer, Wells creates original solo work and first person stories about his life. He’s currently compiling a series of his stories into a collection entitled, I’m About To Touch You. www.thesecretcity.org
Maggie Rowe co-produces the long-running stage hit Sit ‘n Spin with Jill Soloway at the Comedy Central Space. For more info, check outwww.sitnspin.org. She also created and produced Hollywood Hellhouse and wrote the short Burn Baby Burn currently up on ifilms. She has been a commentator for NPR’s All Things Considered and is currently writing on Oxygen’s Big Girl’s Don’t.
Ben Loory lives in Los Angeles, in a house on top of a hill. He was born in Dover, New Jersey, and is a graduate of Harvard College. In November 2008, his story “Photographs” was a finalist in the Glimmer Train Short Story Award for New Writers Contest. Since then his fables and tales have appeared online and in print in journals and magazines of all shapes and sizes, ranging from literary to fantasy, humor to horror, young adult to SF to sports-related and more.
Brandon Jordan Brown was born in Birmingham, Alabama, and raised in the South. He moved to California to pursue his MA in theology and currently lives in Los Angeles. Brandon is a 2014 PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow, and his work has been published or is forthcoming in The Bakery, Day One, decomP and The Rufous City Review. He is currently writing his first book of poetry, Viking Ships in Los Angeles. www.brandonjordanbrown.com
Chris Joyner is a sought after keyboardist that can frequently be seen performing on stage all over the world with artists such as Jason Mraz, Ray Lamontagne, Tom Morello, Shelby Lynne, The Wallflowers and The Madden Brothers to name a few. His solo work included the albums Lovedand the soon to be released Domino.