The Lost and Found Show – Feb 21st “Underwear”!


This month, we celebrate stories about what lies beneath… Underwear! 

Get ready for the big reveal, as we bring together a laundry bag of fabulous storytellers to tell tales about undergarments of all shapes and sizes. Featuring tales about burlesque, jungle juice mishaps, Japanese panty thieves, and finding the perfect bra, this month’s show truly has your ass covered.

Thursday, February 21st, 2013
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM (Doors 7PM)
Happy Ending
302 Broome St. between Eldridge and Forsyth

Every third Thursday of the month, Daniel Guzman brings together
authors, bloggers, comedians, and performers to share fiction and
nonfiction tales involving everyday objects and the secrets they
reveal about us. From the sublime to the surprising, each show is
as diverse and tempting as the contents of a lost and found box.

Also featuring an object trivia contest and a chance for a random
audience member to share his/her own 5-minute tale involving the
month’s featured object.

For a list of upcoming themes, or to submit a story for consideration,



Alyssa is an NBCC member book critic, global correspondent for the Huffington Post, stand up comic, teacher and writer living in Brooklyn. Her work as appeared in Time Out New York, BUST, New York Post, Daily News, New York Press, and Writer’s Digest, among many others. She’s working on a memoir about love, identity, spirituality, feminism, global dating and her search for home called “Girl Gone Global.” She’s lived and loved in Tokyo, Paris, Israel, India, Switzerland, and, of course, New York.


Poet-cum-burlesque babe Ember Flame combines witty words and silky rhythms into her distinctive performances. Part commentary, part confession, Ember’s modern ballads offer hope for transformation with lots of hot, heart-powered seduction. Ember’s eclectic, ever-expanding cast of characters include a futuristic iBabe, a blood-spattered Dr Death, a whistle-blowing fairytale princess and an office worker who longs to feel her jungle rhythms. Whoever she’s embodying, Ember strips to the soul, uncovering something about society along the way.


Kiley is a blogger and a former professional quiz writer. Now mainly working in full sentences, she was a contributor to the book “Young Broke and Beautiful” (Seven Footer Press 2011) and her play “Worms” was in the Greenpoint Craiglist Play Fest in 2009. She writes about cultural observations, weird things that happen to her, and general nonsense. Read them at her blog:


Suzanne is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in offMetro, EuroCheapo, National Geographic, and others. She’s the founder and director of Lit Crawl NYC, which plans annual literary romps through Brooklyn and the Lower East Side and is soon to add other events throughout the year. She hails from San Francisco, and adores it just as much as she does New York.


Marie has been writing stories since she was a little girl. She has been telling stories all over NYC for the last ten years in places like Galapagos Art Space, KGB Bar, The Telephone Bar, Black and White Bar, and more. Yes, she really likes bars. And she really likes telling stories, too. You can check out her work in Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, Word Riot and Freerange Nonfiction. 


– UNDERWEAR trivia!
– Prizes!
– 5 minute storytelling open mic lottery – Bring your own story for a chance to read! 

Hosted by:


Daniel is a writer of surreal fiction, essays, and film reviews. His work has appeared in the New York Press, Cinespect, the L Magazine’s Literary Upstart Reading Series, and Rio Grande Review. He has performed at such venues as The Slipper Room, Cornelia Street Café, and the Bowery Poetry Club. He is the producer of the Exquisite Hotel, a noir-styled cabaret reading series.

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