302 Broome St
New York City, New York

HOW I LEARNED TO CHILL THE [email protected]#K OUT ABOUT A LOT OF THINGS
UP NEXT! ...Guys, I don't really know what else to say here. There's, like, a million things. Everything's fine. You're totally right--I need to calm down. Just come to this show or I'll have a total freakout.

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The How I Learned Series Frantically Presents:

HOW I LEARNED TO CHILL THE [email protected]#K OUT ABOUT A LOT OF THINGS

Featuring:
ELISA ALBERT
(The Book of Dahlia)
ERIN BARKER
(Co-Host, The Story Collider)
ELIOT GLAZER
(It Gets Betterish)
LODRO RINZLER
(The Buddha Walks Into a Bar)
JEFF SIMMERMON
(The Moth)
Created, Produced + Hosted by
BLAISE ALLYSEN KEARSLEY

Wednesday, February 22nd
8pm / Doors open at 7
HAPPY ENDING
302 Broome Street between Forsyth + Eldridge
J, M, Z, F to Delancey
B, D to Grand
FREE!

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ELISA ALBERT is the author of The Book of Dahlia (a novel) and How This Night is Different (stories), and the editor of an anthology of essays about siblings. She teaches at Columbia, works on her new novel, and is mom to a small child.

ERIN BARKER is a writer and a copy editor who has worked with more than a hundred novels, including several New York Times bestsellers. If you catch her after the show, she will gladly explain to you the difference between who and whom. She is a producer and host of New York's only science storytelling show, The Story Collider, as well as editor of its online magazine, and she performs monthly with her storytelling team, Mimsy, at the Pacific Standard. She is a recent Moth GrandSLAM champion.

ELIOT GLAZER is a comedian and writer. He is a performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, and is an Assistant Editor at New York Magazine online. His web series, It Gets Betterish, can be found online at itgetsbetterish.com.

LODRO RINZLER is the author of the new book The Buddha Walks into a Bar: A Guide to Life for a New Generation. He is a practitioner and teacher of meditation in the Shambhala Buddhist lineage. His writing is regularly featured on the Huffington Post, the Good Men Project, Interdependence Project, and Shambhala Sun. One time, the drummer of Vampire Weekend called him "super smooth."

JEFF SIMMERMON is a writer and storyteller who regularly appears at shows around New York. He has written for Vice Magazine, appeared onstage at the Moth's GrandSlam, and on This American Life. He also runs a blog packed full of stories, art, and other weirdness at www.andiamnotlying.com. And even though he's been writing for years, he never gets any better at doing these bios.

http://www.howilearnedseries.com/2012/02/how-i-learned-to-chill-fk-out-about-lot.html

Official Website: http://www.howilearnedseries.com/2012/02/how-i-learned-to-chill-fk-out-about-lot.html

Added by Lyra Smith 6567 on February 7, 2012

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