in the lounge Hydrogen Junkbox Presents: This is What a Feminist Looks Like and other songs and poems Hydrogen Junkbox

About This Show

Hydrogen Junkbox is a collective of poets and musicians looking to inspire, experiment and find new ways to rhythmically enhance poetry. They presents a night of music and poetry exploring feminism, consent and the weaponry of words featuring very special guests!

We are excited to be joined by fantastic poet Liv Mammone and musician extraordinaire Davey Patterson.

about the artists

Aimee Herman is a queer performance artist, teacher, poet, singer and ukulele player with Hydrogen Junkbox.

David Lawton is a poet, actor and singer/ukulele player with Hydrogen Junkbox. He is also co-editor of NYC small press great weather for MEDIA.

Starchilde plays synth, drums, and anything else you’ve got on hand. He makes magic with beats.

Zita Zenda is a director, poet and musician with Hydrogen Junkbox.

Friday, February 16, 2018 at 7:30pm

Free Admission

Estimated Runtime
45 minutes

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Photo credit:

Zita Zenda