Events

A Rrose in a Prose Literary Salon REVIVAL Nov. 26th!!!

We’re baaaaaack! That’s right, dear hearts! After a super long hiatus, Art Currim and D. M. Collins are bringing back the best literary salon in Los Angeles–filled to the brim with prose, poetry, music, comedy, autoharps, dadaism, short films, pies, and old men threatening to punch the host! And now Stories Books has BOOZE (or […]

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A Rrose in a Prose, Performers, Personal Shit, Poetry

Nikol Hasler returns to A Rrose in a Prose tomorrow!

We’re very pleased to have a (long overdue!) return visit tomorrow from author, YouTube sensation, and expert pickler Nikol Hasler! Nikol Hasler used to get up to a lot of nonsense, but has aged and mellowed into a no-nonsense type of bird. Author of “Sex: An Uncensored Introduction” and mother of three, she pays her […]

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A Rrose in a Prose, Gay and Lesbian stuff, Lit Events, Los Angeles, Poems, Poetry

also at A Rrose in a Prose today: Corey Saucier!

We are so excited to bring a brand new face to today’s A Rrose in a Prose (among many new faces): Corey Saucier! Corey Saucier is a Lyrical Philosopher and a Black Queer Christian Poet, Author, and Playwright.  He is a Los Angeles Native and was a Lambda Literary Emerging LGBT Voices Fellow in Non-Fiction […]

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A Rrose in a Prose

A Rrose in a Prose tomorrow… featuring Kenzo Martinez!

Hey Gang, Tomorrow at 2 p.m. SHARP at Stories Books is our next A Rrose in a Prose. The theme is “Jekyll and Hyde” and one of our many literary heroes is performing, Kenzo Martinez! Kenzo Martinez is a multi-disciplined, Los Angeles based artist and community organizer active in various underground art circles. Currently, Kenzo is […]

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A Rrose in a Prose, Albums, Folk, Lit Events, Performers, Songwriters

Another New Rrose: Raelee Nikole plays acoustic pop/soul for us, for the first time, Sunday afternoon!

Raelee is a twenty year old Acoustic Pop/Soul Singer/songwriter from San Diego who has performed everywhere from the local farmer’s market sidewalk to the House Of Blues Main Stage.

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A Rrose in a Prose, Poetry, Politics

New Rrose on Sunday: Nancy Lynée Woo

We’re excited to invite Nancy Lynée Woo to the A Rrose in a Prose stage Sunday, for the first time ever! Nancy Lynée Woo is a 2015 PEN Center USA Emerging Voices Fellow, and founding editor of social justice literary press Lucid Moose Lit. She is currently working on a collection of poems about her […]

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A Rrose in a Prose, Fiction, Lit Events, Poetry

An A Rrose in a Prose first, this Sunday: F. Douglas Brown!

Just when you think that A Rrose in a Prose could devolve into a scuzzy place, full of identity thieves and clowns who forget to bring their makeup, we do something like this: book another great writer, class the place up, and even make sure to put the guy’s biography up before the show! F. […]

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A Rrose in a Prose, Books, Fiction, Lit Events, Los Angeles, Performers, Poetry, Shows, Zines

August 16: A Rrose in a Prose, ZZyZx WriterZ, L.A. Zine Fest, Poetry Palooza @ Echo Park Rising: Just Good Enough

Think workshops, open mics, and other forms of collaborative art, all slated to happen right after our amazing features conclude, including a rare open mic. Be there at 2 p.m. to sign up!

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A Rrose in a Prose, Folk, Lit Events, Performers, Poetry, Shows, Songwriters

A Rrose in a Prose this Sunday: VALUABLE LIES

Have I told you that you look younger every day? So does the state of writing in America, which gets stronger every day even as our populace becomes more educated and literate! Come celebrate at Stories BooksandCafe on March 8, 2 p.m., with all these deceptive smarties, who will be reading and/or performing and/or bearing […]

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A Rrose in a Prose, Exquisite Corpses, Lit Events

The Glass Eye, and the Horse in the Bowl – an exquisite corpse

I don’t consider myself a writer at all, but I got a venereal disease anyway… Susan’s glass eye will have to be the next offering.

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