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Sunday, October 6 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
All The Ways Grandma Tried to Kill Me Growing Up: Stories of Childhood Survival

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How many times did YOUR grandma almost kill you? Sit down and reminisce with our Eclectic Voices writers as they tell stories ranging from funny to dramatic, from weird to wicked, from rollicking to tear-jerking, exploring those special situations that made surviving childhood so interesting.

Authors
avatar for Jeff Folschinsky

Jeff Folschinsky

Jeff Folschinsky is a published playwright and author whose theatrical plays that have been produced at theaters nationwide and is a co-author of the movie, Revenge of the Bimbot Zombie Killers produced by Celtino Productions. Originally from Houston, TX, Mr. Folschinsky resides in... Read More →
avatar for Ken Patton

Ken Patton

Born in Dayton, Ohio and raised in New York and California, Ken has been passionate about words, theatre and music from an early age. Upon graduating from the University of California, Los Angeles with a BFA in Theatre, Ken continued his career in the Entertainment by spending the... Read More →
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Sean M. Kozma

Originally hailing from Ann Arbor Michigan, Sean moved to Los Angeles twenty years ago to follow his dream of making a living in the entertainment industry. For the last fifteen years, he has been working as a sound designer and audio technician in live theatre and themed entertainment... Read More →
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Tyler Tanner

Tyler Tanner has been a member of of the Eclectic Voices for the past ten years. His works have been produced at the Sacred Fools Theater, The Met Theater and The Eclectic Company Theater. He co-wrote the award winning Revenge of The Bimbot Zombie Killers which was recently screened... Read More →
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Mark Bate

Mark is a retired sea captain. He spends his days crafting meat sculptures and crocheting football helmets for the local children’s hospital. After discovering the cure for carpal tunnel and carefully preserving it for posterity, he climbed Everest in a wheelchair, and played Mahjong... Read More →
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C.R. Sutton

C.R. Sutton writes weird fiction and essays, and impossible plays and films. She’s just finished her first short story collection, Curious Monsters and is working on her first novel. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from UC Riverside. withcoffeespoons.com... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2019 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Teenscape Room, Los Angeles Central Library 630 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90071, USA

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