Tag: Books

TORONTO, Say Wha?! is back!

Say Wha?! comes back to Toronto’s Comedy Bar, Wednesday, June 17, 8 PM and it’s only $10!

Say Wha?! The Podcast 40 – Riel Hahn Has A Short Attention Span

Say Wha?! The Podcast shares recordings from the comedy show Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing in Vancouver, BC, Canada. In this episode, my Novelty Act partner, Riel Hahn reads from a bunch of books. Because… well… you’ll hear why. Listen to the podcast on iTunes, RSS feed, or just stream it HERE: If


There’s a teaser from the book I’m sharing tonight at Say Wha?! Advanced tickets are sold out but we can squeeze you in if you show up to The Emerald early enough. Doors are at 7:30PM and the show is at 8. Come inside from the rain, forget about the

Two December shows, Say Wha?!

This December I have two very special shows for you, both Say Wha?! Say Wha?! is the show where funny people read from terrible published books. I recently took the show to Portland’s All Jane No Dick festival and one person messaged me to say that the show was the

FINALLY! Say Wha?! The Podcast is back!

Dudes, I FINALLY got my life together enough to start doing the Say Wha?! podcast again. Yay!!! Thanks for all your complaints about wanting more that got me back on this train. I’ve got a great Marc Maron-y intro before the wonderful Say Wha?! reading so feel free to skip

Say Wha?! 4 Year Anniversary Recap

Here’s what was covered last night at Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing Sara Bynoe – The Kind Mama by Alicia Silverstone. Highlights include “anecdotal evidence” about vaccines messing up babies and how being a vegan will cure every single ailment and disease you could possibly ever have- yes,

Vancouver Is Awesome

VIA interviewed me about my reading habits. Here’s the posting and the original link. Check it. http://vancouverisawesome.com/2010/09/20/read-all-over-sara-bynoe/ Read All Over – Sara Bynoe POSTED September 20, 2010 BY Lizzy Karp Read All Over celebrates the bookworm in all of us, showcasing readers in Vancouver and the books they love most.

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