Renowned writer Ginger Murray has been selected as a featured reader at the Digging for Pony Chap Book Release Party at LIMINAL, a community writing space for women (3037 38th Ave, Oakland, CA 94619) on Friday, February 10, 2017 from 7 to 10pm. (18 and over. Donation optional).
Murray, also of Oakland, CA is the editor-in-chief of Whore! Magazine. She is also a “performance storyteller” and writer. She has appeared just about everywhere and done seemingly everything. An “avid lover of bad girls, radical idiots, and thinkers”. She “delights in wild expressions, stories, and the adventures of sublime chaos”.
Justine tenZeldam, blogger and consultant, has released her first book of poetry, prose and photographs. Digging for Pony is now on sale on Amazon.com with a 25% off discount code of X6XUPBW9 available for pre-orders by attendees now. The author will be personally signing copies at the event.
Self-published, Digging For Pony covers a period in the writer’s life when she was breaking loose from old ideas, patterns and from a long career in advertising sales. tenZeldam also has a background in publishing and events promotion and non-profit development.
Most of the writing in Digging for Pony is adult oriented, with the disclaimer of NSFW applicable. tenZeldam’s nickname is “Badd Gramma” after all. (She is a grandmother, actually, and a good one according to said children.)
In addition to tenZeldam, Cheral Stewart of Oakland, CA will be reading erotica from her upcoming novel, with entertainment by Nikki Borodi and partner providing some ambient Acrolele entertainment.
Also a featured reader that night, Gina Goldblatt, Founder and Creative Director of LIMINAL, will be serving tasty beverages to support the community programs they offer. There will also be a raffle, and donations of prizes are currently being sought.
For more information see the Facebook event page at https://www.facebook.com/events/920271854775531/
You may also contact Justine via email at email@example.com
Or visit her BLOG www.SoLongSuburbs.wordpress.com