HYDROGEN JUNKBOX PRESENTS: THIS IS WHAT A FEMINIST LOOKS LIKE
WHEN? Friday, February 16th Doors open 7pm/ Show promptly starts at 7:30pm
WHERE? Dixon Place 161 Chrystie St NYC
This show is FREE, but please support this excellent venue and purchase a drink or two.
Hydrogen Junkbox is a collective of poets and musicians looking to inspire, experiment and find new ways to rhythmically enhance poetry. They presents a night of NEW music and poetry exploring feminism, consent and the weaponry of words featuring very special guests: fantastic poet Liv Mammone and musician extraordinaire Davey Patterson.
HYDROGEN JUNKBOX IS:
Aimee Herman is a queer performance artist, teacher, poet, singer, ukulele player and cookie drum player.
David Lawton is a poet, actor, singer, ukulele player and cookie drum player. He is also co-editor of NYC small press great weather for MEDIA.
Starchilde plays synth, drums, and anything else you’ve got on hand. He makes magic with beats.
Zita Zenda is a director, poet and guitarist.