Aug 1, 2007

Take Me Down to Boog City, Where The Grass Is Green and Everybody's Pretty

I will be among the readers at this event on Friday night:


Sidewalk Café
94 Ave. A, NYC
free with a two-drink minimum

Readings and musical performances

7:30 p.m.-Lauren Russell
7:45 p.m.-Mark Lamoureux
8:00 p.m.-Rachel Lipson (music)
8:30 p.m.-Joanna Fuhrman
9:00 p.m.-I Feel Tractor
9:30 p.m.-Thomas Devaney
9:50 p.m.-The Passenger Pigeons (né The Sparrows)
10:35 p.m.-David Baratier
11:00 p.m.-The Leader
12:00 a.m.-Nan and the Charley Horses

Directions: F/V to 2nd Ave., L to 1st Ave.
Venue is at E.6th St.

Then, I will be manning a table for Cy Gist Press at the Small, Small Press Fair:

SATURDAY - AUGUST 4, 11:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M.

152 Ludlow St.

11:00 a.m.

4th Annual Small, Small Press Fair - Free

Followed by:

5:00 p.m.
Political poets and The Fugs, Village Fugs live

5:15 p.m.-Amy King
5:30 p.m.-Nathaniel Siegel
5:45 p.m.-Christina Strong
6:00 p.m.-Ian Wilder
6:15 p.m.-Frank Sherlock
6:30 p.m.-CAConrad
6:50 p.m.-Greg Fuchs
7:05 p.m.-Kristin Prevallet
7:20 p.m.-Eliot Katz
7:35 p.m.-Rodrigo Toscano and his Collapsible Poetics Theater
7:55 p.m.-The Fugs, Village Fugs.

Stop by the table and do yourself the favor of purchasing all of the new recent Cy Gist Press titles by Sandra Simonds, Ben Mazer, Carrie Hunter and others because, you know, the world could end tomorrow and your life will have been incomplete, not having read these fine chapbooks. No pressure or anything. I'm just saying...

1 comment:

Ian said...

What we have here is the ability to communicate. Thanks for the listing.