Michelle Tea

Michelle

Michelle Tea’s  books include the novel Rose of No Man’s Land, the illustrated memoir Rent Girl, and Valencia. She is the founder of RADAR Productions, a literary non-profit which produces the monthly RADAR Reading Series at the San Francisco Public Library; the international Sister Spit performance tours and book series; and the annual Radar LAB, a writers’ retreat.

Posts by Michelle Tea (Michelle Tea)

book report.
January 14, 2010  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 1 Comment »

there is no sea but the sea
January 12, 2010  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 2 Comments »

Now Is The Only Time We Will All Be Together In This Same Place.
December 16, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 4 Comments »

Paul Madonna, fancy clocks + the Chelsea Hotel
December 13, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 2 Comments »

READ HERE NOW
December 4, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 2 Comments »

SISTER-hood is powerful.
November 25, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 3 Comments »

Tim Miller and (My) Friends
November 21, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 2 Comments »

The Importance of Being Eileen
November 13, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 2 Comments »

Ariel?
November 5, 2009  |  By | Filed under Conversations | 0 Comments »

Oh, Canada!
October 30, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 6 Comments »

At Home with Cristy Road
October 23, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 1 Comment »

Sara Seinberg in America
October 15, 2009  |  By | Filed under Conversations | 0 Comments »

Ali Liebegott’s Ducks Are In A Row.
October 8, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 0 Comments »

Vaginal Tumor, Alien Snot
October 3, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 1 Comment »

On the road with ORIGINAL PLUMBING
September 22, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 6 Comments »

I Love Yoko Ono
September 15, 2009  |  By | Filed under Field Notes | 2 Comments »