Lovely Ariel of Electrolicious and the fine folks at A Guide To Visitors and putting on an event so excruciating that you won’t be able to look right at it — the only way to avoid being blinded by awkwardness will be to to view the spectacle through a tiny hole poked in a piece of paper.
Yes, inspired by the lovely Sarah Brown (it’s “Lovely Monday,” here at the yeti), they will be transplanting New York’s Cringe to the left-coast and stymying Sarah. B’s legion of trademark lawyer’s by rechristening it “The Salon of Shame.” This Wednesday, November 9th at 7 o’clock, watch in horror as folks take the stage to recite the most unbearably embarrassing poems, prose, and diary entries ever put on paper — abominations of literatures that the readers themselves penned in their carefree days of youth and dumbness.
Read more about it at shame.electrolicious.com. Hope to see you there!
P.s. I neglected to mention that the folks at A Guide To Visitors are also lovely. I apologize for the oversight.