Friday

My Body Love Story at SF Fringe!


SATURDAY SEPT 6 4:30 PM My Body Love Story, EXIT STAGE LEFT
SUNDAY SEPT 7 9:00 PM My Body Love Story, EXIT STAGE LEFT
SATURDAY SEPT 13 2:30 PM My Body Love Story, EXIT STAGE LEFT
FRIDAY SEPT 19 7:00 PM My Body Love Story, EXIT STAGE LEFT

My Body Love Story chronicles the most important relationships we have: the one with our own body. Queer disabled femme Dominika Bednarska takes us through dance floors, shopping malls, and theaters to tell the story of how she learned to love her body. This isn’t a simple story about hating your body, then loving it, but about the body and self trying to get along. Be prepared for rhinestones, storytelling, dancing, and many laughs!

Monday

Watch Videos of My Recent Performances

My Body Love Story:




Performance at the 2012 Lambda Literary Retreat:


Dominika Bednarska, 2012 Writers Retreat Fellow in Poetry from Lambda Literary on Vimeo.


Click on the links below to view some of my recent performances:
Girl Talk 2012: watch here


Friday

Lambda Reading/Poetry Update

Since going to the Lambda Literary Retreat, I've had poetry published in Sinister Wisdom (2013), Petrichor Machine (2013), Blast Furnace (2013), A Bad Penny Review (2012), B (A Barbie Anthology) (2012), Journey to Crone (Anthology), (2012), Avatar Review (2012), Storm Cellar (2012), Palimpsest (2012), and Muddy River Poetry Review (2012). My book Smothered Breath will be forthcoming from Tulip Pulp Press in the late spring.

Monday

Bio

Dominika Bednarska is a writer, solo performer, poet and academic living in the San Francisco Bay Area.

My Body Love Story chronicles one of the most important relationships that we have: the one with our own body. Queer disabled femme Dominika Bednarska takes us through dance floors, shopping malls, and theaters to tell the story of how she learned to love her body. Using dance, poetry, monologues, and humor My Body Love Story explores the one relationship that you can’t ever end. This performance is part of the AIRspace residency program and the National Queer Arts Festival. It is also co-sponsored by FabledASP. There will also be performances by other artists in the AIRspace residency program.