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The Spring Episode of Laser Life Arrives into the Future of Next Friday, April 26, 2013 at A-Space Anarchist Community Center in West Philly
The Laser Life is a reading series dedicated to giving voice to the swirl of diversity that exists in the known and unknown universe, LASER LIFE is a queer empowered reading series that serves as a gateway to the dreaming. At its core, it’s a reading of science and speculative fiction and fantasy, with the intensity of a sweaty, West Philly poetry slam on mind-altering, homemade drugs. 
Channeling Octavia Butler, Sam Delaney and the dollar bin at the comic book shop, the assembled are some of the most talented writers, both published and unpublished, in the Philadelphia area. As empires fall and our old planet crumbles, these writers are opening portals to theirs—braver, newer and out of this world.
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R.Phillips of The AfroFuturist Affair and Metropolarity.net will be featured at the LASER LIFE next, reading a tale of science-possibility called “The Bracelet,” among Master Sci-Fi RealityTellers Alex Smith (creator of Laser Life), Maggie Eighteen, Ras Mashramani, Shane Jenkins, and special guest  POLYMER MONOCHROME

The Spring Episode of Laser Life Arrives into the Future of Next Friday, April 26, 2013 at A-Space Anarchist Community Center in West Philly


The Laser Life is a reading series dedicated to giving voice to the swirl of diversity that exists in the known and unknown universe, LASER LIFE is a queer empowered reading series that serves as a gateway to the dreaming. At its core, it’s a reading of science and speculative fiction and fantasy, with the intensity of a sweaty, West Philly poetry slam on mind-altering, homemade drugs. 

Channeling Octavia Butler, Sam Delaney and the dollar bin at the comic book shop, the assembled are some of the most talented writers, both published and unpublished, in the Philadelphia area. As empires fall and our old planet crumbles, these writers are opening portals to theirs—braver, newer and out of this world.

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R.Phillips of The AfroFuturist Affair and Metropolarity.net will be featured at the LASER LIFE next, reading a tale of science-possibility called “The Bracelet,” among Master Sci-Fi RealityTellers Alex Smith (creator of Laser Life), Maggie Eighteen, Ras Mashramani, Shane Jenkins, and special guest  POLYMER MONOCHROME

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