Award-winning Author Liz Ahl wrote four poetry chapbooks, small paperback booklets of poetry or fiction. Most recently, Ahl wrote Home Economics (Seven Kitchens Press, 2016). Her first chapbook, A Thirst That’s Partly Mine, won the 2008 Slapering Hol Press chapbook contest.
She's not only interested in poetry. She's interested in performance, collaboration, and cross-disciplinary work (working with musicians and composers, dancers, and visual artists), resulting in her work set to «original symphonic music, combined with dance choreography, and riffed to improvisational jazz.»
Ahl joins us for some laughs.
About the ImprovBoston Spotlight Series
ImprovBoston’s Mainstage cast hosts Boston-area VIPs in its “Mainstage Spotlight Series” every Thursday. In this series, ImprovBoston’s elite comedic improvisers highlight the impactful work of a diverse array of Greater Boston industry leaders: artists, news anchors, authors, tech innovators, professors, and other high profile personalities. Through intimate interviews, off-the-cuff storytelling, impromptu scenes, songs, witty banter, and inspired re-imaginings, ImprovBoston’s most experienced cast shines the comedy spotlight on some of the most compelling movers and shakers in Boston.