Dirty Old Women: Erotica 730pm Free
Older women: Wise enough to tell the truth about sex – what they want, what they've done, what makes them hot. Dirty Old Women celebrates erotic writing by self-identified older women of all flavors.
On Tuesday, July 23, hear Beth Elliott and Christine Kammler.
Beth Elliott is the author of four books, two fiction and two non-fiction, including her recently completed experimental erotic fiction collection The Smart Drug Masochists. She is also a singer-songwriter who has released one album to date, the “checkered career retrospective” Buried Treasure. Beth has written articles and reviews for Sisters, Sapphire, The Lesbian Tide, and other women’s and lesbian publications. She was the editor of Wavelength, the newsletter for SapphSIG, a Mensa lesbian special interest group, and was a columnist for Telewoman and the weekly Bay Area Reporter newspaper.
Chris Kammler is a writer, director, performance artist and world traveler. Her work spans poetry, fiction and drama.
As always, we start with an open mic that's open to all. Featured readings begin at 8 pm at Octopus Literary Salon, 2101 Webster at 21st St., Oakland. This event is free, inclusive and accessible!