Tongue & Groove is Back March 22, 2015!


Tongue & Groove
A monthly literary variety show with music produced by ConradRomo. This  month features: E. Amato,  Lisa Douglass, Franki Elliot, Nathan Earl Rose and  music by Charlie Latan

Sunday March 22
6-7:30 pm
The Hotel Cafe
1623 1/2 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Hollywood, Ca 90028

E. Amato is a spoken word artist, poet, writer, producer, filmmaker, editor of the Zestyverse, and publisher at Zesty Pubs, she keeps herself busy. She’s also available for workshops and consulting.

Nathan Earl Rose is a poet, cinemamaker, media theorist, songbird, raconteur, freelance pediatrician, dj, & zen master.  He is a co-founder of the Los Angeles College Of Pataphysics. And it is highly probable he is laughing about something unrelated as you are reading this right now.

Franki Elliot, the critically acclaimed author of “Piano Rats”, has been known for writing typewriter stories on the spot for strangers around the country. The stories have been published in a beautiful, tear out postcard book called “ Kiss as Many Women as You Can” by Curbside Splendor Publishing.

Lisa Douglass is a native Los Angelean born where the Shakespeare Bridge meets the Silverlake border. Her influences include, bad boys and tragedy, alcohol. She earned an MFA at UC Irvine and won the Shirley Collier prize for her book “No Tell Motel”.

Come early!  Seating is limited and we start on time!

The club is a two story black brick building 1/3 rd of a block below Hollywood Bl. There are parking lots on Selma as well as Cahuenga. Meters need to be fed till 8pm. Avoid Cahuenga street parking. The signs are deceptive.