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      September 24, 2018

      Monday   7:00 PM

      132 South 800 West
      Salt Lake City, Utah 84104

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      Voices Heard: No More Teacher's Dirty Looks

      Voices Heard: No More Teacher’s Dirty Looks Picture yourself on a Monday night, sitting back and listening to six writers share their stories with you. On Monday, September 24, six writers will take an assigned topic (this time: No More Teacher’s Dirty Looks!) and write about events from their lives, stories that will leave you aching with truth, laughing your guts out, and feeling inspired. Just come down, laugh so hard, and leave wanting to make the world a better place. Voices Heard has been running for 18 months now and this is our first ticketed event… We are so excited! Voices Heard works hard to create a safe space of expression to all humans,  Our six writers this time around:  Chad Anderson is a gay father of two young sons, and has been a practicing social worker for 15 years. Chad has been writing, researching, and blogging actively for years (currently at www.snapshotsofchad.com), he is currently working on a documentary, and recently published his moving memoir, Gay Mormon Dad, available on Amazon.  Liz Lambson is a creative Jane of all trades: a children’s singer-songwriter, string bassist, storyteller, painter, luthier, writer, and mother of 4 boys. Her writing career began at age 13 when composition notebooks became best friends who never left her side. Now, with a bookshelf holding thousands of handwritten pages, Liz’s experience as a writer includes roles as the chief editor of Eagles Eye Magazine, content writer for small businesses, blogger and copywriter for Kennedy Violins, aspiring novelist, and creative nonfictionist. Her writing has been published through violinist.com, Fifty-Word Stories, Aspiring Mormon Women, and the New Era magazine with song lyrics posted on her Yoga Storytime and Songs website, lizzyluna.com. Meg Bee grew up in a small town in Wyoming, where she was always a true fish out of water. Whether she is rocking blue tights with combat boots, or fishnets under ripped jeans, Meg does the electric boogaloo to the beat of her own drum. A writer, voracious reader, red lipstick aficionado and lover of all things vintage, Meg's poetry collections, Mermaid in the Valley and Junkyard Princess, explore the themes of love, betrayal, life and loss and are available on Amazon.  John Mabey is a driven storyteller. Once a successful businessman, a brush with death made him question his existence and sacrifice a career to focus on his dream of being a writer. He now uses the challenges of his crazy life to help him connect with readers and inspire others to pursue their own dreams. He lives in Utah with his wife, daughter, and deadbeat Chihuahua. Visit www.johnmabey.com to learn more about his journey and what he’s up to. John Bonner is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been in practice in Salt Lake City for the past decade. He loves growing flowers, singing to his heart's content, watching movies in theaters with those fancy reclinable lounger chairs, and dancing like no one's watching. John is a featured contributor at The Huffington Post. Tanner Gilliland is primarily known for his participation in the post-Mormon media group, Zelph On The Shelf. His many interests include evolutionary psychology, shamanism, art, and music. FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? There is no age limit here, but please understand that some of the content of the presentations may use adult language and content. Each writer is asked to keep their content at a PG-13 level.  How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Feel free to Email Chad Anderson at hellochadman@yahoo.com with any questions, comments, or concerns.  What's the refund policy? Cancel up to a day in advance for full refund.   

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