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The schedule for HeartCamp is still in progress! But we're heartfully excited about the variety of topics and speakers from all walks of life. And remember, everyone who attends is a contributor to the dialogue.

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Saturday, February 2 • 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Short Story Reading - I Want a Husband and a Wife

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Andrea Askowitz reads from one of her non-fiction short stories followed by a Q & A session.

Andrea Askowitz explores her needs in a relationship.  She is a feminist and has rejected the stereotypical notions about gender roles, but then she gets married (to a woman) and she gets confused because she's spends a lot of time taking the kids to gymnastics and reviewing third-grade spelling words and a lot of garbage is piling up.  In the end, Andrea concludes that gender roles are irrelevant.  Women are from Mars and women are from Venus, but she gets what she needs


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Andrea Askowitz

Storyteller, Lip Service
Andrea Askowitz loves to tell stories and help others tell theirs. She is the author of the memoir, My Miserable, Lonely, Lesbian Pregnancy, and her work has appeared in various publications including the New York Times, Salon.com, Brain, Child, NPR, and PBS. She is the creator of Lip Service, a true-stories reading series that mixes theater and literature in front of lives audiences, mainly at the Miracle... Read More →


Saturday February 2, 2013 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Cabana 2 Hotel Urbano

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