Spoken Interludes monthly literary salon where award-winning, best-selling writers have been connecting with audiences since 1996

Show Information: Spoken Interludes presents an hour of new work with
Jeanne McCulloch, Noël Alumit, DeLauné Michel


Critically-acclaimed writer,

editor, & co-founder of

Todos Santos Writers Workshop,

Jeanne McCulloch,

reads a new essay about childhood

friendship, memory, and loss.

Los Angeles Times bestselling writer, actor,

one of Out Magazine’s Top 100 Influential Gay People,

& recipient of the City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship,

Noël Alumit,

reads an essay, Heart Center, that explores various transitions

— life to death, male to female, immigrant to American —

and impermanence in many forms.


Award-winning writer, actor & founding

producer of

Spoken Interludes,

DeLauné Michel,

reads a piece from her memoir about

modeling lingerie in a Mafia run nightclub as a teenager.