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Coffee Corner: What’s New
Hey friends! I’m dedicating this home page real estate to chat a little bit about what I’m up to now. Grab a cuppa joe and let’s chat. *sips coffee*
I just got back from Berlin and Paris, where I mused about the lessons I’ve learned this past year in writing and in life and went wine tasting in a wine cave in one of the oldest buildings in Paris.
I also wrote a piece about my Berlin trip for my publication Kingdom of Pavement, in which I interview locals and expats alike and how to keep changing cities artist-friendly.
Speaking of Kingdom of Pavement, did you know we host monthly open mic nights? We get storytellers, poets, musicians, and incredibly talented people under one roof to share their art with us. Tickets are only $5, and if you’re in LA, you need to witness the magic that happens here. This is starting up again in January 2020, and happens on the 3rd Saturday of every month at 7pm. Be sure to subscribe for free to Kingdom of Pavement to stay up-to-date with everything we’re doing for our community of creatives out here.
I’m starting a new blog series called “Weekend Read” where I’m sharing what I’ve been reading lately, so keep an eye out for that soon.
Check out the piece I recently got published in the Los Angeles Times about how pole dancing helped me come out as bisexual. I’m almost as proud of this piece as I am proud of how I didn’t die during the earthquake that rattled the chair-dance class I was taking. (Luckily we were sitting in the chairs, not dancing on them, when the earthquake hit.)
Get out there and make something special.