December 2006

Everybody but the Mighty Quinn… 

Friday, Dec 29th
Art Alliance (SE corner of Rittenhouse Square, 251 S. 18th St.)

Aaron Kunin
Adam Fieled
Sasha Steensen
Dennis Barone
Aldon Neilsen
Juliana Spahr
Bill Howe
Bob Perelman
Brent Cunningham
Brian Stefans
C. A. Conrad
Camille Martin
Carla Harryman
Caroline Bergvall
Cathy Eisenhower
Charles Bernstein
Christian Bok
Eduardo Espino
Elaine Terranova
Ethel Rackin
Evie Shockley
Frank Sherlock
Hank Lazer
Herman Beavers
Jena Osman
Jenn McCreary
Jennifer Scappetone
Joan Retallack
Johanna Drucker
John Wilkinson
Josh Schuster
Barrett Watten
Kathy Lou Schultz
Lamont Steptoe
Laura Moriarty
Leevi Lehto
Linda Russo
Linh Dinh
Loren Goodman
Mark Wallace
Matthew Cooperman
Michael Tod Edgerton
Michael Davidson
Nat Anderson
Nick Monfort
Norma Cole
Patrick Durgin
Peter Middleton
Prageeta Sharma
Ron Silliman
Susan Schultz
Timothy Yu
Tom Devaney
Tom Orange
Tyrone Williams
Walter Lew
Will Esposito
Yunte Huang

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[Here’s an announcement about an event I’ll be reading it in New York this Friday…]

The Theatre of a Two-headed Calf  and Paul Willis bring you:

Salon-Saloon #9

Friday, December 15
Party starts at 8.

Performances start at 9.

Winter Company performs electronics(Paula Matthusen & Jenny Olivia Johnson)
Brian Kim Stefan reads
Johanna Meyer dances
Michelle Handelman shows some video

The Loft of Paul Willis in DUMBO
135 Plymouth #305

F Train to York

$5 gets you in
$10 gets you in and 3 drinks
$20 and you drink for free all night
$50 = happy ending

Beer and Wine and maybe something Holiday-ish…

Biographical Stuff

Here’s something totally great that Paula Matthusen did:

Here’s where you can watch videos and performance of Michelle Handelman: There’s one under “performance” called Passerby>Ghost Sites that I love.

Here’s the fascinating poetry etc… website that Brian Kim Stefans runs:

Johanna Meyer has creating and performed dance/theater at all the big places (DTW, Movement Research, PS 122, etc…) and will perform an excerpt from her new piece BEARSHOW.

Can’t wait!

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Friday (yes, this one), December 8th
7-9 pm

Higher Grounds Café
631 North 3rd St.
(near corner of Fairmount)

“What Is Said to the Poet Concerning Flowers” (poems)
Brian Kim Stefans
Published by Factory School

“The Dog” and “The Last Hot Day of Summer” (stories)
Nathan Long
Published by Popular Ink


Books and T-shirts for sale…
Drink and foodstuffs provided…


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