Kari Maaren

Kari Maaren writes geeky songs and draws geeky comics.  She has sworn to use her ukulele only for good.

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Link to CBC Music Searchlight #VoteGeek Initiative
The Searchlight Competition is in its second round.  I, Press Start 2 Play, and The Blast Processors have not moved on, but Debs and Errol and Copy Red Leader have.  Please vote for them (I believe you have until Sunday, April 13th) and make a stand for geek music.  Why?  Because it is there.  Incidentally, clicking on the logo will take you to a page devoted to the #VoteGeek Initiative.

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Beowulf Pulled My Arm Off
Pirate Elves in Space

Upcoming Appearances
What:  Bride of Simian Showcase
Involving:  Four short comic horror-themed plays by Rory Leahy, 'Manda Whitney, Kay Poiro, and Diana Lee Woody; music by Debs and Errol and Kari Maaren
When:  April 4, 5, 11, and 12 at 8:00 p.m.; April 6 at 2:00 pm.; April 12 at 11:00 p.m.
Where:  Imperial Pub, 54 Dundas St. E, Toronto
Admission:  $10

What:  ChiSeries Presents:  S.M. Beiko, Keith Hollihan, Jerome Stueart! plus Kari Maaren & Peter Chiykowski!
Involving:  Three readers, two musicians, and a bar, albeit not necessarily in that order
When:  Wednesday, April 16, 8:00 p.m.
Where:  ROUND Venue, 152a Augusta Ave., Toronto
Admission:  By donation

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