- Hello! I'm Solange. I'm a writer and standup comic. I have been oversharing here since 2003. For shows, check out my schedule.
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I just want to say that I’m so so sorry. SO SORRY. I’m sorry for any offense I caused when I expressed what looked like disapproval and criticism. I understand that the world is inherently opposed to any negative feelings … Continue reading
I got tired of feeling depressed about the election, Aleppo, the creaky sound my knee makes, etc., and decided to direct my energy into something positive, if not helpful…So I am very excited to announce the fundraiser comedy benefit, “Slay Ride.” … Continue reading
Here is a new-ish “piece” I wrote that has been published in XOJane.com! Losing My Mother Made Me Face My Trust Issues with Men
On January 17, 2014 the play I wrote “Changes In The Mating Strategies of Women” opened at the Lounge 2 theatre in Hollywood, California. It closed on February 28th and my friend Jim Coughlin filmed (or video-ed) the last show. … Continue reading
In the history of my life, 2015 might be the Year I Kept It Together…(Sort Of) In The Face Of A Lot Of Shit. And, yet, I realize that it can always be worse. On top of difficult loss, I’ve … Continue reading
The other day, while at my my mother’s house, I went to look for scissors and ended up in my her office. I went through her drawers and things, like her address book from 1961, a picture of me where … Continue reading
MAY WAS CRAY-CRAY. *wild eyed expression* What did I do in the month of May? I finished up at my old job, went to New Mexico where I stayed in my parents’ house in the “country” (aka, middle of nowhere), … Continue reading
…but now it’s back up! We’re still working on pulling it back together, but some posts were lost. *pulls hair out* Please bear with me.
XoJane.com published a blog post I wrote entitled “Not Tired” and day-um people wrote some intense comments. I got called “lazy”, “condescending,” “self-righteous,” and “defensive”. HEY INTERNET, DON’T HOLD BACK OR ANYTHING. Also, one commenter noted that my frequent use … Continue reading