This Sunday marks the last Vermin on the Mount event for 2006 and it’s a corker. We’ve got an amazingly diverse crop of writers who will dice you, slice you, entertain and entice you. To wit:
Stephan Clark recently returned from the Ukraine where he was on Fullbright to study the marriage brokering phenomenon in the former Soviet Republic. He was also recently married. Coincidence? You be the judge.
Theresa Duncan is several times more fabulous than the rest of us by a factor of forty-seven. Possibly forty-eight. She’s a writer, filmmaker and pioneer in video game design. Bow before her big brain.
Daniel Hernandez is a writer for the L.A. Weekly who has penned many memorable dispatches from Los Angeles, Tijuana and Mexico City. Young, energetic and brimming with talent, he’s a perfect example of why Los Angeles rules.
Speaking of ruling and writing about far-flung lands, Rolf Potts dares you to find a spot on the globe that he hasn’t traveled through, written about, or plans to visit in the near future. You won’t find his book Vagabonding in the S&M section of Barnes & Nobel, but he just might make you blush.
So come on down to the Mountain Bar in Chinatown on Sunday December 3 at 8 PM!