August 19 F-Bomb: THE FUTURE! Hosted by Rob Geisen, Featuring Johnathan Montgomery

The FBomb is Fproud to present our August featured reader: Poet/Professor/Bluebird Reality Traveler Jonathon Montgomery. Hosted by Rob Geisen. 3-4 minute open mic slots available until they’re no long available. Show up a little early and sign up at the Roxy (down in the Speakeasy Basement) before showtime (6 PM). This month’s theme will be THE FUTURE!

“Greetings, my friends! We are all interested in the future, for that is where you and I are going to spend the rest of our lives. And remember my friends; future events such as these will affect you in the future. You are interested in the unknown, the mysterious, the unexplainable; that is why you are here. And now for the first time we are bringing to you the full story of what happened on that faithful day. We are giving you all the evidence, based only on the secret testimonies of the miserable souls who survived this terrifying ordeal.” –Criswell

FEATURED READER Jonathan “Bluebot”Montgomery is a robot which will be manufactured in New New Akron, New New Ohio on Earth 3 in 2980. It will be programmed for creative writing at Naropa Laboratories and will serve New New New Boulder on Earth 4 until it breaks down or is decommissioned. Works will include Spacepizza and Spacemermaid, The Reality Time Traveler, and Nine Binary Codes at Once! As a day job the Robot will download English software into other newer Robots at Front Asteroid Community Star Station. Its hobby will be droning, and it will observe 237 different types of drones in New New New Boulder County.

HOST Rob Geisen is the author of Beautiful Graveyards, Paper Thin, Avenge Me, The Aftermatch etc, and The Night We Called Dennis. He plays guitar and broken-romantic for the pop-poetry band Girls Just Wanna Have Us. Once upon a time he was the co-host of a weekly open mic series that took place at Album’s Bistro, The Burnt Toast, and The No Name Bar in Boulder, Colorado on The Hill. Currently, he’s focused on writing science fiction novels and learning everything there is to learn about the 1979 Disney classic The Black Hole.

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