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Urban Tapestry will be Guests Of Honor at Conflikt in Seattle, WA next January!

The news is official: Urban Tapestry (my filk music group) has been invited to be the Guests Of Honor at Conflikt in Seattle, WA next January!

Toastmaster will be our dear friend Rob Wynne and the Interfilk Guest will be Brett Glass. Allison Durno, Jodi Krangle and I are totally thrilled! None of us have been to Conflikt before but have always wanted to attend.

Between geography and scheduling, the three of us rarely get to perform together we are VERY VERY EXCITED that everything aligned to make this possible.

Thank you SO MUCH to Jennifer Kilmer and the rest of the Conflikt concom for inviting us! You can find out more about Conflikt at their website, on Facebook, and on Twitter.  More about Urban Tapestry at our website.

If you don't know what this "filk" thing is, here's my attempt at an explanation.

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