#trashDAY had an On-Break-Baby.
We call it STANKLOVE.
Check the first episode and LIVE event at Pioneer Books on Saturday, February 11th from 4 to 6pm.
Your host, k(Rob) (co-host of #trashDAY) is serving solo for this romantical excursion into the puckered deep and it’s nasty in there. Slipping into something a bit more (un)comfortable, it’s a dish delish – with a cast of special guest hosts including a burlesque maven and romance novelist. Beer and wine is available, satin is encouraged and underwear is optional.
Special Guests for STANKLOVE include:
The incredible, edible Akynos is a New York City based web model, burlesque performer and producer.
Abby Zidle the primary editor/manager of XOXOAfterDark.com, Gallery’s romance & women’s fic online community. As an editor, she’s most interested in women’s fiction, romance, pop culture, and narrative nonfiction in the internet/celebrity space.
Dr. Kimberly Schreiber
Dr. Kimberly Schreiber is currently a clinical fellow specializing in atThe Women’s Program in Reproductive Psychiatry at Columbia University.
Dr. Leora Manischewitz
Dr. Leora Manischewitz is a therapist specializing in marital and sex therapy – ranging from erectile problems to painful intercourse, to lack of sexual desire – and is certified in sex therapy by the American Association of Sexual Educators, Counselors, and Therapists.
Tickets to this scintillating soiree are on sale NOWand will include The Best of #trashDAY, Vol. I.
Clocktower Productions is an art production institution working in the visual arts, performance, music, and radio. Founded in 1972 in Lower Manhattan by MoMA PS1 Founder Alanna Heiss, Clocktower is the oldest alternative art project in New York, and its radio station, Clocktower Radio, was founded in 2003 as one of the first all-art online museum radio stations in the world. Clocktower is the first Institutional Resident at Pioneer Works, Center for Art and Innovation.
Pioneer Books is a small independent bookstore offering a focused and changing roster of titles that connect to and inspire the trans-disciplinary underpinnings of Pioneer Work’s mission, programming, and residencies. Titles range in subject from art, science, architecture, fiction, mysticism, technology, pedagogy, and children’s books, to renegade zines, small presses and underrepresented authors. Pioneer Books also provides space for collaborative experiments in archivization and circulation, discussions around printed matter, film, and the spoken word, and is host to a range of classes and performances.
Pioneer Books, just steps from Pioneer Works, is located at 289 Van Brunt St.