Friday, October 21, 2011

Amber & Bonnie Tamblyn Go BOOM: A Mother-Daughter Evening of Explosive Poetry, Music & Foul Language + Open Mic - Tuesday, Oct. 25

The Inspired Word presents Amber & Bonnie Tamblyn Go BOOM: A Mother-Daughter Evening of Explosive Poetry, Music, & Foul Language + 15-slot open mic open to all types of artists.

Hosted by the cooleriffic Nathan P.



Amber Tamblyn is a Venice, California native. She has been a writer and actress since the age of nine. She was nominated for an Emmy, Golden Globe and Independent Spirit Award for her work in television and film. In 2005, Simon & Schuster published her debut collection of poetry Free Stallion. In 2007 she won the Locarno Film Festival award for Best Actress for her work in the film “Stephanie Daley,” in which she starred opposite actress Tilda Swinton. She most recently appeared in FOX’s television show “HOUSE” and in Danny Boyle’s critically acclaimed film, “127 Hours” opposite James Franco. She will next appear in Horton Foote’s “Main Street” opposite Colin Firth. She is most recognized for her work as Joan on the CBS television program “Joan of Arcadia." She is the producer of “The Drums Inside Your Chest,” an annual poetry concert ( and the nonprofit, Write Now Poetry Society ( Her second book of poetry and prose Bang Ditto (Manic D. Press) was released last Fall. She writes for The Poetry Foundation and lives in NYC. For more info, please visit

Bonnie Tamblyn is a Californian singer/songwriter. She has written over 60 songs and released four albums, including the most recent Winter Wind. She performs with her daughter, poet and actress Amber Tamblyn in a vaudevillian variety show that encompasses beautiful harmonies, comedic Hollywood horror stories and lots of booze.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011

Where: One and One Bar & Restaurant (downstairs Nexus Lounge) 76 East 1st Street (corner of 1st Avenue) Manhattan, NYC

Phone:(917) 703-1512

Doors open for open mic sign-up @ 6:30pm

Show starts @ 7pm

Cover Charge: $10


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