Alan Sondheim on 5 Dec 2000 20:00:56 -0000

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[Nettime-bold] Third Multi-Literary Event at the Flying Saucer Cafe


Third Multi-Literary Event at the Flying Saucer Cafe!

Alan and Nada and Azure are pleased to announce the second event in a new
reading/video series in Brooklyn

    at The Flying Saucer Cafe
    at 494 Atlantic Avenue,
    between Third Avenue and Nevins

    Tuesday, December 12th, 8:00 p.m.:


was born and raised in Racine, Wisconsin. He moved to New York at the age
of 18 and worked for a brief period with Pace Editions. After ABC NO RIO,
the abandoned Williamsburg waterfront, paper-making, the typewriter,
protests and marches, the guitar, Reagan and the 1980's, he started the
reading series at CBGB's 313 Gallery on the Bowery. He now produces (with
his wife, Katya Edwards) fiction, poetry, and art books through their small
company Spuyten Duyvil. He is the author of Wave-Run and The Corybantes
(Spuyten Duyvil), A World of Nothing But Nations (Hive), The New Frequency
(Ma'arri), Wallpaper & Lightning (Hive), 1988: An Artist's Diary (PNY|MEB),
Between (Jensen/Daniels), Blank Verse (PNY|MEB), Anatomical Sketches and
Daemon of the World (800th Trap), and the novel Gowanus Notecard Abduction.

ALAN SONDHEIM is from Kingston, PA. He works in texts and multi-media. His
work is widely disseminated on and off the Internet. Sondheim is comoder-
ator of Wryting, Cybermind, and Cyberculture; editor of the Lusitania
anthology, Being on Line, ex writer-in-residence for the Trace online
writing community; and has been collaborating with the dancer Foofwa
d'Imobilite (formerly of Stuttgart Ballet and Merce Cunningham), and Azure
Carter. Foofwa, Azure, and Alan will be performing a short piece, Ennui,
discussing their work; Alan will also read from the Nikuko Parables texts.

(I'll give a free, older version, of my cdrom away to anyone who comes, by
the way - at least until they run out. The newest version is for sale
cheap as usual. - Alan.)

How to get there:  Take the 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 or D or Q to the Atlantic
Subway stop and walk underground to the Pacific Street exit (at the N or R
or M Pacific Street Stop) or take the B or N or R or M - in any case, go
out the Pacific Street Exit (right exit), take a right - at the end of the
block you will be on Atlantic Ave. Take a left on Atlantic, and about two
and a half blocks down, between Third and Nevins, you will find the Flying
Saucer Cafe.

$3 donation.


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