WOULD EVERYBODY PLEASE STOP?
Poetry for Modern Mindfulness
New Web series! ‘All Downhill From Here’
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Created by Lynne & Brooke Adams
November 17-19 2017
Miami Book Fair in Miami, Florida
October 19 2017
Bolli, Brandeis University in Waltham, MA
October 12 2017
Mark Twain House in Hartford, CT
October 2 2017
The City Theater in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
September 30 2017
Annie’s Book Stop in Worcester, MA,
August 14 2017
Islanders Write 2017 in Martha's Vineyard, MA
August 5 2017
MARTHA’S VINEYARD BOOK FESTIVAL in Martha’s Vineyard, MA
July 15 2017
Politics & Prose in Washington D.C.
June 28 2017
Bunch of Grapes in Martha's Vineyard, MA
June 23 2017
Parnassus Books in Nashville, TN
June 22 2017
NEW ENGLAND BOOKSELLERS ASSOCIATION in Amherst, MA
June 20 2017
Malaprop's in Asheville, NC
June 17 2017
Book Cove in Pawling, New York
June 14 2017
Barnes and Noble @ 82nd & Broadway, NYC
June 10 2017
Printers’ Row Lit Fest in Chicago, Illinois
May 2 2017
Wellesley College Club in Wellesley, MA
TSR: The Southampton Review
My New Unguenteur
Daily Shouts - The New Yorker
Roger Ailes’s New, Enlightened Code of Sexual Conduct
CDC PSAJenny's PSA for the CDC, currently seen on CNN, Headline News, MSNBC, Pandora, YouTube, NBC, TODAY, WebMD. Share I GOT SICK THEN I GOT BETTER with your theater, cancer group, hospital, college, or medical school.
Date: Wed, Oct 19, 2011, 8 pm
Venue: Kaufmann Concert Hall
Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St
Event Code: TF11S71535
Award-winning comedian and New Yorker humorist Andy Borowitz presents an evening of literary laughter and a look at the new Library of America collection he edited, The Fifty Funniest American Writers—a hilarious collection of American humor writing from Mark Twain and James Thurber to David Sedaris and The Onion.
Borowitz, who has been called “one of the funniest people in America” by CBS News Sunday Morning, will be joined onstage by an all-star cast including Alec Baldwin, Calvin Trillin, Jenny Allen, and more.
Jenny will be performing “I Got Sick Then I Got Better” as part the 15th Annual Fillet of Solo Festival at the Lifeline Theater in Chicago.
Thursday, 7/21, 8:30pm
Friday, 7/22, 7pm
Thursday, 7/28, 7pm
Friday, 7/29, 7pm
Tickets on sale now for $10, call 773.761.4477, or visit here
For more festival information visit the Lifeline Theater
Jenny will be performing at the Norma Livingston Ovarian Cancer Foundation in Birmingham, Alabama September 1, 2011 at 7pm, in conjunction with Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
For more information visit Norma Livingston Ovarian Cancer Foundation
True Story: Nonfiction at KGB Bar
Jenny Allen, Nancy Giles & others read their latest funny stories out loud.
Event starts at 7pm
KGB Bar in the East Village of Manhattan
85 E 4th St, 2nd Fl.
New York, NY 10003-8904
For more information about the True Story calendar of upcoming events, join the Facebook group! True Story: The KGB Nonfiction Series
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Allen brought I Got Sick Then I Got Better to the Unicorn Theatre at the Berkshire Theatre Festival on Memorial Day weekend.
Read a feature in the Boston Globe.
More info at the Berkshire Theatre Festival website.
Jenny Allen told a story at The Moth on 4/30/11, at 7:30pm. See a slideshow from the night at VanityFair.com.
Venue: The Great Hall at Cooper Union
The Moth at the PEN World Voices Festival: What Went Wrong?
Salman Rushdie hosted the event. More information about The Moth is available here.
Jenny Allen will be a guest speaker at the Teal Teal Foundations’s 5th Annual Teal Tea
April 9 through April 30 — $60.00 per person
At the Door — $65.00 per person
College Students — $40.00
Order online or contact the foundation at
Jean Shipos (267)994-6430 or
Amy Cellini (609)234-5153