JULY 29th, 2018 – 7:45 pm
Honored to announce that Reconnected has been accepted at the prestigious LA Shorts International Film Festival, which is an Oscar nominating festival. Reconnected will screen Sunday, July 29th at 745pm at the Laemmle Noho at 5240 Lankershim in North Hollywood. Hope to reconnect with you all there! Here is the link for tickets:
JULY 27th, 2018 – 9 pm
New Hope Film Festival Screening
Reconnected has been accepted at the 2018 New Hope Film Festival and will screen on July 27th at 9pm. There will be a reception with light appetizers prior to the screening from 6-830pm at the Triumph Brewing Company. Anyone attending the screening is welcome to attend! Keep an eye on the Facebook event page for further details.
JULY 23th, 2018
Reconnected has been accepted at the 2018 Madrid International Film Festival and will screen on July 23rd. The film also received award nominations for Best Lead Actor (Robert), Best Lead Actress (Barbara Bain), and Best Director (SJ Main).
MAY 19th, 2018
Shades & Shadows: Bump in the Night
Robert will be reading his surfing werewolves story, “Lycans Don’t Surf,” on May 19th at 8pm at LitFest Pasadena as part of the Shades and Shadows event. Hope you can make it! Gonna be scary!!
APRIL 28th, 2018
Here is Robert at the USA Film Festival Q&A after the world premiere of his film, Reconnected. Listen to him describe what it’s like to see his short story come to life on film.
MARCH 11th, 2018
L.A.’s longest running spoken words series, the New Short Fiction Series, has selected four of Robert’s stories to be read by professional actors on March 11th at 6pm at NoHo’s Federal Bar. It’s possible that some of the famous actors Robert has worked with over the years might be participating. Perhaps Kevin Spacey will begin his comeback on March 11th. Maybe O.J. Simpson will read and we all know how well he can act. If there was ever a literary event you weren’t going to miss, this is the one!
OCTOBER 25th, 2017
Robert Kerbeck will be reading at Lit Crawl LA with the writer’s group he founded, the Malibu Writers Circle, on October 25th at 8pm at the Kahuna Tiki restaurant in North Hollywood. More information can be found here.
Come hear some great stories and have a drink! Storytelling and alcohol, what could be better?
MAY 6th, 2017
Robert Kerbeck read excerpts from his short story, “Follicular Rivalry,” which is featured in the magazine. More details here.
Robert was at AWP 2017 and moderated the panel, Emerging From The Slush: How To Get Your Short Story Published.
NOVEMBER 12th, 2016
ROUND 1: “From the Desert to the Sea”
Vinoteque on Melrose
7469 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Melrose Bellow is a series of literary/reading events including all forms of writing. The writers/readers are an entertaining blend of storytellers, poets, and short fiction writers of all ages reflecting the multicultural make up of Los Angeles with a diverse and eclectic mix of ages, races, and persuasions. Come and enjoy a literary tasting of Los Angeles.
OCTOBER 26th, 2016
California Dreaming | Malibu Writers Circle
North Hollywood Metro Station Bus Plaza, 5373 Lankershim Blvd
Gather around the Malibu Writers Circle and cap your crawl under the moonlight with tales and poems by these award winning writers and poets. Featuring: Lisa Garvey, Michal Lemberger, Sandra Ramos O’Briant, John Struloeff, Shuba Venugopal, Liz Ziemska.
MAY 22nd, 2016
The Hotel Cafe | 1623 1/2 N. Cahuenga Blvd. Hollywood, Ca 90028
Tongue and Groove is a monthly literary variety show, produced and hosted by Conrad Romo. It has featured nearly 400 writers over the past 10 years and has been praised by Sunset Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, Poets & Writers as well as Ploughshares and Time Out as one of L.A.’s Best Reading Series. Some of those who have graced the stage include, Jose Montoya, Dagoberto Gilb, Janet Fitch, Luis Rodriguez, Dan Fante, Matthew Specktor Jerry Stahl, Kathy Bates, Harry Dean Stanton, Derrick Brown, Roger Guenveur Smith, Wanda Coleman, Aimee Bender, Andrea Gibson, Mayda Del Valle, Stephen Elliott, Marisa Silver, Taylor Negron, Luis Alfaro, Shihan, Jack Grapes and Maile Meloy.