September 10th: Jonathan Russell Clark & Ruby Rose Fox Feature At Stone Soup

Stone Soup Poetry meets from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery at 106 Prospect Street with an open mike sign-up at 7:30 p.m. On September 10th, Michael F. Gill returns to host another night of Stone Soup with Jonathan Russell Clank and Ruby Fox.

Jonathan Russell Clark is a fiction writer who lives in Jamaica Plain. He has read his work, in various capacities, at numerous venues around Boston and Cambridge. He is the co-founder of Woellert & Clark, a shadow puppet theater company, as well as the Program Director of the Forest Hills Educational Trust. His non-fiction has appeared in Thrasher Magazine, EdgeBoston and Dig Boston. He is the author of "HowFiction Hurts: Fiction About Fiction."

Ruby Fox is a singer and songwriter from Boston, Mass. Ruby has been spent the last four years as a theatrical actress and has performed with a number of Boston theater companies, such as The Actor’s Shakespeare Project, Company One, and The Central Square Theater. Fox has also written and performed two one-woman shows, so it’s of little surprise that her songwriting tends to be filled with characters, plot, sub-plot, sub-sub-plot (on occasion, even sub-sub-sub-plot). She will have copies of her debut EP, "Blue Light City," for sale. You can find her on RubyRoseFox.com.