Tuesdays @ Monk Space presents

say I am not far enough

February 5, 2019

8:00 pm

Synchromy and Tuesdays @ Monkspace present “say I am not far enough”, a night of readings, art, and music inspired by the life and work of late American novelist Ursula K. Le Guin. Born in Berkeley, California in 1929, Le Guin’s unique voice broke barriers in the realms of science fiction and fantasy in the 1960s and 70s, lending a feminist slant and refreshing approach to genres dominated by macho male protagonists and space battles. In celebration of her pioneering spirit and dazzling storytelling abilities, the program will feature musical offerings inspired by Le Guin and her writings, including Elinor Armer’s “Lockerbones/Airbones”, Joseph Schwantner’s “Wild Angels of the Open Hills”, and Jason Barabba’s “say I am not far enough”. The evening will also include readings and discussions of some of Le Guin’s more well-known novels and short stories.


Monk Space
4414 W. 2nd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90004