Seriously?: Absurd, grotesque and funny poems and music --because nothing makes sense anymore.
Bella Luna Studios at the Wolf House proudly presents Seriously?: Absurd, grotesque and funny poems and music featuring Amanda Standalone and ANDERSON, ANDERSON & VAGNINO, MFAs
Come hear incredible music by the one and only Amanda StandAlone, and hear poetry and story telling by Emily Anderson, Mark Anderson and Katie Vacnino.
Doors at 6:30
Performances start at 7
AMANDA STANDALONE is a writer, folk musician and multi-instrumentalist from Minnesota. Standalone has released two albums,Millions of Blackbirds (2010), which bears the Title track Bird flew Hard for the HBO documentary Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert, and Trouble (2014), funded in part by a grant from the Lakes Region Arts Council and a successful indie go-go campaign. Her music is a soulful blend of acoustic folk/blues strongly influenced by American Roots music. She skillfully attacks the guitar, banjo, and her single stringed washtub, while packing an extra punch with her rich vocals. Currently, Standalone is working on her 3rd album and performing around the midwest.
EMILY ANDERSON writes fiction, poetry and (under the name Max Howard) kids' and young adult books. Her latest book is the YA novel Fifteen and Change (West 44 Books 2018) and her current project is I Lick Everything at Target: Meditations For Making Peace With the Moral Ambiguities of Consumerism and Reconciling Your Needs for Things with the Ravages of Global Capital. She earned her MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and PhD at SUNY-Buffalo. Connect with her on Twitter and Instagram @emilybookinson or via her website, emily-anderson.net
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Minneapolis, MN 55413
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