Jan. Couch Surfers: Mary Pauline Lowry, Ana Lete, CL Young

Couch Surfer Series w/ Mary Pauline Lowry, Ana Lete, CL Young

The fifth season of the 🛋️ Couch Surfer Series 🛋️ continues Sunday, January 12, 2020 at the brand new Radio Boise Backstage.

This show will feature author Mary Pauline Lowry, musician Ana Lete and poet CL Young as moderator.

Presented by Radio Boise, the Couch Surfer Series is an intimate night of performance and stories with writers, artists and musicians. Held every second Sunday of the month September – February, creators will talk about their craft, path, inspiration, why and how they do what they do, as well as perform songs, poetry and excerpts of their creative endeavors for a live audience. (Think NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts blended with Fresh Air.)

Doors open at 5:30 PM; Couch Surfing begins at 6:00 PM and runs until 8:00 PM with a short intermission.
Food and drink will be available for purchase.

All proceeds go to the featured artists and Radio Boise.

GET YOUR COUCH SURFER TICKETS.

Single tickets are $15 and are limited.

Sponsored by Bittercreek Alehouse, Boise Brewing, Indian Creek Winery and Open Table Boise Catering.

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About author Mary Pauline Lowry:
http://marypaulinelowry.com
Mary Pauline Lowry’s novel The Roxy Letters is forthcoming April 2020 from Simon & Schuster. She has an MFA from Boise State University. She’s a regular contributor to O Magazine and her work has appeared in The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, The Millions and other publications.
(Photo credit: Mari Hoskins)

About musician Ana Lete:
http://analete.com
Based out of Boise, Ana Lete is “a band to watch out for,” according to the Revue. Lead vocalist/guitarist/songwriter, Ana creates music that is authentic, emotive and surreal. She isn’t afraid to sing her truths and push the musical envelope.

“Her music is unexpected – experimental folk that is soaked in the provocative iciness of Iceland. There is a bit of Björk but it shares striking similarities to Washington state artist Briana Marela. From her debut EP, Psychic Translation, her single “Aspens” is surprisingly stunning and intimate, something you would expect to hear from a veteran artist.” -Ben Yung, the Revue

“Boundary-pushing singer-songwriter Ana Lete wooed those in attendance at the District Coffee House with her heartfelt and intimate Indie Folk and enchanting vocals.” -Jess Casebeer, Northwest Music Scene
(Photo credit: Cary Judd)

About poet CL Young:
https://clyoung.info
CL Young is the author of a chapbook called What Is Revealed When I Reveal It to You (dancing girl press, 2018), and co-author (with Emily Skillings) of Rose of No Man’s Land, a chaplet from Belladonna* Collaborative. Her poems have appeared in Lana Turner, the PEN Poetry SeriesPinwheelSixth FinchThe Volta and elsewhere, and essays can be found at Entropy and The Scofield. Young is the recipient of a 2019 Literature Fellowship from the Idaho Commission on the Arts and holds an MFA in poetry from Colorado State University.

She lives in Boise, Idaho, where she runs a reading and workshop series called Sema.

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