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Sally Shore

The 8th reader is Acclaimed Spoken Word Artist SALLY SHORE, was a 2001 Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department Regional Arts Grant winner for her New Short Fiction Series™, L.A.’s longest running spoken word series, resident at The Federal Bar for its 23rd season in 2019, bringing the freshest new voices in West Coast short fiction to Los Angeles audiences.  She appears frequently in spoken word festivals and literary events including ARTMaggedon, the Pacific Standard Time city wide festival, KPCC’s Crawford Family Forum, When Words Collide, California State University Los Angeles’ Cup O’Culture Series, the NoHo International Arts Festival, “Live” from the Red Tent, the Newport Beach Public Library’s Manuscript Literary Lecture Series and The World Stage.  Shore, a regular on both NBC’s Suddenly Susan debut season and the 2000 season of BET’s Live from L.A./Saturday Night Slam, has also appeared on TV’s Pink Collar Crimes (CBS), Bless This House (CBS) and General Hospital (ABC).  Profiled on Home and Garden Television’s Party At Home, she also recorded a spoken word guest track on D-Zire’s debut album.