Friday, April 9, 2021

All readings begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. ​



"Apocalypse How !" by Peggy Harmon-Jones


A wealthy prepper takes his family to his elaborate but unfinished bunker for what turns out to be a false alarm. Then the excluded working class family extends the “apocalypse” because they like living in the mansion.

"Lost Stars" by Tami Magaro


"Lost Stars" takes us on a journey through five relationships where all of their lives will change forever on this one day.  Do our choices create our destiny or does destiny create our choices?

About the Authors...

Peggy Harmon-Jones has lived on both coasts and on both sides of the Mason-Dixon line. She now will not move from San Diego.

Peggy dabbles in both Arts and Sciences. She co-wrote and performed in a musical comedy, conceived, and performed a performance art piece that resulted in a news story that made the papers and resulted in a live TV news in-studio interview, danced Flamenco in restaurants and performed in amateur productions. At the same time, she eventually earned a PhD from UCLA where her thesis involved finding the genetic target for a hormone that keeps cockroaches from maturing (and making more cockroaches).

Currently, Peggy guides a team of writers who storyboard animated and narrated presentations that teach about diseases, therapies, and genera medical science. In her spare time, she enjoys all the creative aspects of sharing less heady topics from writing, prop making, set dressing to voiceover.

Tami Magaro is a writer, director, and editor. She has worked in all facets of the film industry for over 20 years. She started as an editor on various film projects and within the last couple of years she’s written and directed three short films. She is presently finishing up writing her first feature film entitled Lost Stars that she plans to direct next year. 



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Upcoming Reading Schedule:
Friday, April 23, 2021