Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Parker and Poly

Soon I'll divulge how I got fired from the NY Press...until then, I'm performing in a few events this week.

Potable Productions



Celia Bressack
Prudence Heyert
Andy Horan
and Stephanie Sellars as Mrs. Parker

Thursday October 4th, 2007
9:00 pm

Sadie's Lounge at Mo Pitkin's House of Satisfaction
34 Avenue A
(212) 777-5660

This reading is the first event of PARKERFEST, the annual celebration of the best (and worst) of Dorothy Parker
For more info on Parkerfest, see www.dorothyparker.com


Saturday, October 6th, 2007
Noon - 6pm
Great Hill, Central Park, New York City
Enter from Central Park West at 106th Street

You need not be polyamorous to enjoy these festivities...I'm speaking at 2pm and performing at 4:30. SS

We are thrilled to have the amazing Mr. Murray Hill as MC this year. Described by The Village Voice as "a superstar performer" and by New York magazine as "the emcee of choice", he is sure to make the entire day unforgettable. He has garnered unprecedented mainstream recognition and appeal - bringing everyone together and finding the common denominator with all types of people through laughter and his good-guy style.

Speakers & Entertainers

Robyn Trask, from Loving More Magazine
Nan Wise (Poly Expert and Poly psychotherapist)
REiD Mihalko and Marcia Baczynski (Sex Educators/Relationship coaches, founders of Cuddleparty)
Ken Haslam, from the Kinsey Institue
Stephanie Sellars (NY Press sex columnist)
Diana Adams, Esq., Polyamory lawyer
Anita Wagner (Polyamory/Sexual Freedom Activist)
Barbara Foster, Letha Hadady, and Mike Foster (authors of Three In Love)
Julio Cortes

Hedda Lettuce, Drag Comedienne
The Black and White Cookies, acoustic duo
The Wet Spots
Sean Graham, Comedian
Stephanie Sellars
Robin Renee and Jasmine
Shawna Hamic
Penelope Swales (polyamorous singer/songwriter from Australia)

for more info...

Polyamorous NYC
photo by Mark Reay


new york clity said...


My first Wednesday in a long time without your New York Press column reminds me an incident from my past:

One of my best friends once dated a crude, lackadaisical, inattentive guy (let's call him Bob). She was in love with him for some reason, and I didn't want to disrupt that and perhaps lose her friendship by speaking against Bob, so I let her make her own mistakes, knowing the relationship would end. I was right, it did end: he ended it. She was inconsolable for a week or two but soon bounced back and found a great guy after playing the field and having fun for a while.

New York Press is like the aforementioned Bob: an unworthy partner for someone like you to be shackled to. Floating free on the internet is more your style; it suits your polyamorous nature. You never know where a blog can lead, but your devoted readers will follow you wherever your heart takes you.

After all, the importance of following your heart above all else was the main message of Lust Life. The sex-fearing fools at the Press were so scared by your honesty that they completely missed your point. Let them have their puritan pornography; just keep making your erotic art.

Anonymous said...

Hi Stephanie,
Met you at Bill's party on Central
Park West for Parkerfest.I had a great time that nite.Loved meeting all the talented New Yorkers. Boston is pretty tame in that catagory. You are a fun girl. Enjoyed reading your blog. Keep it up cutie.
Cheers, Mary