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Franklin Furnace's Goings On
November 19, 2003

1. Sarah Schulman, FF Alumn, ACT UP NY Oral History Video Archive goes live Nov. 26
2. Moritz Neumueller, FF InternAlumn, at Museo Palau de la Virreina, Barcelona, Nov 21
3. Beth Anderson, FF Alumn, at Carnegie Hall, Nov. 19th, 8 pm
4. Penny Arcade, FF Alumn, at Millennium Film Workshop, Nov. 14, 8 pm
5. Julie Harrison, FF Alumn, at Museum of Arts & Design, NY, Nov 14, 03 - June 4, 04
6. Stanya Kahn, FF Alumn, in Mix Festival, Anthology Film Archives, Nov 21, 6 pm
7. David Michalek, Franc Palaia, FF Alumns, at Collaborative Concepts, Beacon NY
8. Kriota Willberg, FF Alumn, at WAX, November 20-22, 8 pm
9. Koosil-Ja, FF Alumn, at élan, Brooklyn, Nov. 19-Dec. 21
10. Jon Keith Brunelle, FF Alumn, at Galapagos, Brooklyn, Nov. 24, 7:30 pm
11. Ligorano/Reese, FF Alumns, at Museum of Arts an Design, Nov 14, '03-June 4, '04
12. Fiona Templeton, FF Alumn, in Lille France, Dec. 12-21, 2003
13. Gabriele Leidloff, FF Alumn, at NYU, Nov. 21-22
14. Nicolás Dumit Estévez, FF Alumn, at Bronx River Art Center, Dec. 6, 3 pm
15. Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga, FF Alumn, at Exit Art, opening Nov. 22, 8-11 pm
16. Donna Henes, FF Alumn, Spirit Shop Holiday Open Days, and more, Dec. 2003
17. Marjorie Kouns, FF Alumn, in Uptown Arts Stroll, Inwood, November 23, 11 am-5 pm
18. Mimi Smith, FF Alumn, at Bound and Unbound, thru March, 2004
19. Howardena Pindell, FF Alumn, at Triple Candie, thru November 23
20. Alexander Komlosi, FF Alumn, at Douglas Williamson, NY, December 1, 8 pm

1. Sarah Schulman, FF Alumn, ACT UP NY Oral History Video Archive goes live Nov. 26

Sarah Schulman and Jim Hubbard (collaborators for 17 years) have created an ACT UP NY Oral History Video Archive, that will go live on November 26th with the first 35 interviews at www.actuporalhistory.org. The site is only one year into a long process of interviewing surviving members of ACT UP NY about how they changed the world and saved their own lives.


2. Moritz Neumueller, FF InternAlumn, at Museo Palau de la Virreina, Barcelona, Nov 21

We would like to announce you the forthcoming book presentation and exhibition
Latin American Photography 1991-2002
and kindly invite you to the opening at
Fundación Telefónica
Calle Fuencarral 3, Madrid, Spain
on November 18th,
at 7:30 pm.
and at
Museo Palau de la Virreina
La Rambla, 99, Barcelona, Spain
on November 21st,
at 7 pm.
The book has been published by Lunwerg Editores, Barcelona, and includes essays by
Alejandro Castellote, Juan Antonio Molina, Alejandro Castellanos, Iván de la Nuez y Rubens Fernandes Junior.
R.S.V.P. per email to Moritz Neumueller, joanna@genetsis.es


3. Beth Anderson, FF Alumn, at Carnegie Hall, Nov. 19th, 8 pm

Concert title - Swales and Angels - An Evening of the Music of Beth Anderson

Date and Time - Wednesday, November 19, 2003 - 8:00 PM
Location - Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall,
57 Street at 7th Avenue, New York City

Repertoire -
Flute Swale for flute solo
January Swale for string quartet
March Swale for string quartet
Pennyroyal Swale for string quartet
Rosemary Swale for string quartet
Piano Concerto for piano, strings and percussion
The Angel for soprano, harp, celesta and strings
New Mexico Swale for flute, percussion and strings

Names of Performers -
Rubio String Quartet (from Belgium and exquisite)
Jessica Marsten, soprano (beautiful/huge range with clear diction!)
Gary M. Schneider, conductor (clear, concise, the best)
Andrew Bolotowsky, flute (my favorite bluebird with such a robust quality)
Andre Tarantiles, harp (perfection and kindness)
David Rozenblatt, percussion (creative across many fields)
Darren Campbell, string bass (my favorite bass player; lives in Indiana)

Ticket Prices - $20
Buy online at
Telephone and Box Office Orders
Please call CarnegieCharge, 8 AM to 8 PM, 7 days a week, at (212) 247-7800.
visit the Carnegie Hall Box Office, at 57th Street and 7th Avenue, Monday
through Saturday, 11 AM to 6 PM, and Sunday 12 PM to 6 PM.

I am so excited about this concert. The soprano has beautiful diction as well as a lovely voice. The Belgian string quartet is exquisite. Joseph Kubera premiered the piano concerto in 1997 and this is Kyle Gann's favorite piece of mine. All the musicians are wonderful. The words to The Angel are from a Hans Christian Andersen story, with the story within the story set to lyrics by Anthony Calabrese used by permission of Gail Calabrese. The repertoire on this concert (except for Flute Swale) will be out on a New World CD in 2004. You are heartily encouraged to attend. If you have any questions or need more information, please either contact me or Jeffrey James Arts Consulting - 516-797-9166 or jamesarts@worldnet.att.net
Many thanks.


4. Penny Arcade, FF Alumn, at Millennium Film Workshop, Nov. 14, 8 pm

The Lower East Side Biography Project and the Millennium Film Workshop present Video Screening and Talk Show
Friday Nov 14th
Millennium Film Workshop
66 East 4th Street
8 pm
Admission $ 7.00/$5.00 Members
Information 212-673-0090

Two video biographies from the LOWER EAST SIDE BIOGRAPHY PROJECT will be screened this evening. The LES BIO PROJECT is part of a weekly biography series seen on Manhattan s public access cable channel, Manhattan Neighborhood Network, MNN. The biographies in this program include two of the most renowned and enduring personalities of the Lower East Side art world, TAYLOR MEAD and JONES MEKAS.

After the screenings, there will be a live LES Bio interview with Jonas Mekas conducted by Penny Arcade. In celebration of the late Jack Smith s birthday on this date, we hope to play some unique audio and video clips.

Taylor Mead Biography 28 min
Disinherited from his wealthy and powerful Michigan banking family before moving to New York and becoming an actor, this Lower East Side icon was sought out by Andy Warhol and became part of the inner circle at the Factory and a regular cast member in Warhol's films. Unabashedly frank and forever engaging with his "who cares if they sue me?" attitude, Taylor Mead has seen and done it all and isn't afraid to talk about it and name names.Directed by Steve Zehentner and Sibylle Jud

Jonas Mekas Biography 28 min
Curator, writer, poet and filmmaker Jonas Mekas is the godfather of American avant-garde filmmaking, or the New American Cinema, as he dubbed it in the late 1950s. The founder of Anthology Film Archives, the Filmmakers' Cooperative and Film Culture magazine, Mekas helped shape the public image of avant-garde filmmaking in America.Directed by Aubrey Anable, Justin O. Silverman & Virginia Williams

The Lower East Side Biography Project
- stemming the tide of cultural amnesia -
The Lower East Side Biography Project, (LES Bio Project), is an oral history project, archive and community media program. It honors the spirit of its community's history and reclaims the values of individualism, authenticity & rebellion by connecting those values back to their source in the form of video biographies on the community s long-term residents. Funded by Manhattan Neighborhood Network, (MNN), the LES Bio Project runs a media training program that instructs individuals in all aspects of digital video production. It's members attend workshops and then apply their new skills by working within small production teams to shoot, edit and direct their own biography segment. The project stems the tide of cultural amnesia in the rapidly changing Lower East Side by creating a dialogue between the project's biography subjects, and newcomers to the city and the neighborhood. In addition to creating biographies, the LES Bio Project routinely documents live events.

The LES Bio Project is co-produced by Penny Arcade and Steve Zehentner, and associate produced by Dean Lance. Its members include: Geoff Bruen, Anna Wierzbicka, Patti Van Dyke, Jeffrey Galusha, Justin O. Silverman, Amy P. Ferrara, Nadia Macnider, Chris Rael, Hugh Gran, Jill Cowburn, Heiko Kalmbach, Eric Wallach, Sibylle Jud, Keith Geller, Vanessa McDonnell and Vanita Salisbury

The LES Bio Project is funded by Manhattan Neighborhood Network and is cablecast and cybercast every Wednesday at 11 p.m. on MNN's Time/Warner 34/78 RCN 109/112, and streamed live at www.mnn.org - Channel 34.

Program Director Howard Guttenplan
Projection- Mike Kuchar. Michael Park


5. Julie Harrison, FF Alumn, at Museum of Arts & Design, NY, Nov 14, 03 - June 4, 04

Julie Harrison, FF Alumn, is exhibiting her work in "Corporal Identity, Body Language, 9th Triennial for Form and Content, USA and Germany." The Museum of Arts & Design is premiering the exhibition in the U.S. on November 14 and it will run through June 4, 2004.


6. Stanya Kahn, FF Alumn, in Mix Festival, Anthology Film Archives, Nov 21, 6 pm

Stanya Kahn, FF Alumn, shows "Winner," video made in collaboration with Harry Dodge at the Mix Festival! Fri Nov 21 at 6pm at Anthology Film Archives

The MIX NYC Lesbian & Gay Experimental Film Festival presents
Queerly Classed
film n video by dykes 'n women

(Harry Dodge & Stanya Kahn, video, USA, 2002, 15 min)
A fictional interview gone awry with a reticent sweepstakes winner who manages to work an ad spot into a mini-doc about her art. Smartly and deftly sideswipes the gap between those who "get" and "don't get" art.

@ Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Ave at 2nd St
F train to Second Ave
6 train to Bleecker St
L train to First Avenue st
J, M, Z trains to Bowery st
See http://www.mixnyc.org for tix and full schedule!



7. David Michalek, Franc Palaia, FF Alumns, at Collaborative Concepts, Beacon NY

Franc Palaia, FF Alumn, has curated Luminous Image, VI which opens at the Collaborative Concepts Gallery , 348 Main St Beacon, NY 845-838-1516. This large scale museum quality exhibition of illuminated photography includes photo based works that incorporate all forms of photography and real light. Works such as; light boxes, installations, projections, video sculpture, digital and computer imaging and the like. The international and national artists include: Kristin Anderson, Shimon Attie, Elizabeth Cohen And Michael Talley, Matt Collishaw, Theo Coulombe & Alan Krathaus, Greg Geffner, Jeep Johnson, John Kalymnios, Nina Katchdourian, Tatana Kellner, Richie Kuhaupt & Geoff Drake-Brockman, Aida Laleian, Gerald Mead, David Michalek, Franc Palaia, Debra Pearlman, Camilo Roja, Peter Sarkisian, Kiki Seror And David Williams. A signed limited edition CD-ROM catalog with essay by Charles Stainback is available at the gallery. For date and times of tours and slide talks please contact the gallery and/or Franc Palaia at 845-486-1378. Gallery hours are Thursday - Monday, 12-5pm and by appt.


8. Kriota Willberg, FF Alumn, at WAX, November 20-22, 8 pm

Come celebrate Dura Mater's 10th Birthday with...
Gala Lite!
Thursday-Saturday, November 20-22
Come early for a preshow serenade from the Wharton Tiers Ensemble
Tickets $15
Reservations: (718) 599-7997
at: WAX Williamsburg Art Nexus
205 North 7th Street
Brooklyn, NY
L train to Bedford, walk one block east

Witness our special blend of modern choreography and sophisticated tomfoolery. Gala Lite brings together highlights of 10 years of Dura Mater repertoire. This dizzying array includes old favorites such as Four Cygs, a reinterpretation from the ballet of Swan Lake to music by Scott Westerfeld, Michelle's Solo a mournful dance set to early 20th century recordings of the Vatican's last castrato singer, and Khlysty Orgy, an excerpt from the collaboration I, Rasputin, accompanied LIVE by the Wharton Tiers Ensemble, depicting a religious orgy in an unheated Siberian barn. Newer pieces include Civil War, an in-progress original square dance played and called by Brian Dewan depicting Civil War battles. Guest performer Daniella Rapp will battle Kriota Willberg in a broadsword fight by guest fight director Joe Travers.

The Dura Mater dancers, Julie Betts, Beth Simons, Katya Vasilaky, Kriota Willberg, Kindra Windish, and special guests Katie Diamond, Diane Dittrick, Nuria Divi, Elena Lopez Sans, Maja Lorkovic, Katrina Van Zee, Sophie Weber and featured performer James Urbaniak, bring you orgies, rock music, square dancing, a sword fight, PLUS pointe shoes and a strip tease! What could possibly top that?

For details about Dura Mater, visit our website at www.duramater.org
Dura Mater thanks the Puffin Foundation, Hospital Audiences, Inc., Spunky Productions, and our many other friends and contributors for their support in 2003.


9. Koosil-Ja, FF Alumn, at élan, Brooklyn, Nov. 19-Dec. 21

mech[a] and OUTPUT
a new dance and mixed media project by
November 19 through December 21, 2003
Press Information: (212) 375-0186
Box office Information: (212) 375-0189

élan presents a new dance and mixed media project, mech[a] and OUTPUT by koosil-ja in collaboration with Benton-C Bainbridge (live video), Geoff Matters (music), and Liminal Projects, Omar Khan & Laura Garófalo (environmental design). Performances run November 19 - 23, 26 - 30 (no show on 27), December 3-7, December 10-14, and 17-21. All performances are Wednesday-Sunday at 8 pm at élan in NEST, 88 Front Street at Washington Street, DUMBO, Brooklyn. Tickets are $15, with $10 discount tickets for members, and can be purchased at the box office at 7 pm, cash only. To register for free membership, please email dancekk@earthlink.net. Seating is VERY limited for each performance, and reservations are highly recommended. Please call (212) 375-0189 to reserve.

mech[a] was created with generous funds from Altria Group, Inc., the Japan Foundation, the Jerome Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Rockefeller Foundation MAP Fund, with support from Material for the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, and generous contributions from friends and peers. OUTPUT was created with generous funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. élan is a part of the residency program designed by NEST in DUMBO Brooklyn, NYC.

Directions by subway: élan is located at 88 Front Street, on the corner of Washington Street, in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn. Take the A or C to High St., walk down Cadman Plaza West under Brooklyn Bridge; F to York St., walk down York St, turn right on Washington St.; or 2 or 3 to Clark St., walk down Henry St. to Old Fulton, take a left, and go under the BQE.


10. Jon Keith Brunelle, FF Alumn, at Galapagos, Brooklyn, Nov. 24, 7:30 pm

I've organized a 90-minute program featuring my laptop/video storytelling and performances by three exceptional musicians. The event is called The Psychasthenia Society, and it happens on Monday, November 24, 7:30 p.m. at Galapagos. Each artist will present work mediated by portable electronics.

The lineup:
Jon Keith Brunelle -- excerpts from The Hammer Variations, a digital/live remix of Kiss Me Deadly.
lloop -- renowned laptop musician, delivering gorgeous layered textures over a steady groove.
Bit Shifter -- low-bit, high-energy music composed and performed on a Nintendo Game Boy.
burun -- always something unexpected; her iBook might send us a maze-like sound collage or a brisk dance laced with Japanese animation dialogue.

I'll host the event and give three short performances, alternating with a 20-minute set by each musician. This will be a tight program, featuring some of the best work by New York artists whose instruments are laptop computers and related devices.
The Psychasthenia Society at:
Galapagos Art Space
70 North 6th Street, Williamsburg
(between Wythe and Kent, L train to Bedford Ave.)
$5 cover


11. Ligorano/Reese, FF Alumns, at Museum of Arts and Design, Nov 14, '03-June 4, '04

Ligorano/Reese present "The Last Minute" as part of the exhibition "Corporal Identity - Body Language" at the Museum of Arts & Design 40 West 53 Street New York
November 14, 2003 - June 4, 2004
This exhibit is co-organized by the Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany

for exhibition hours and more information
phone 212 956-3535
catalogue available
visit us at http://www.pureproductsusa.com


12. Fiona Templeton, FF Alumn, in Lille France, Dec. 12-21, 2003

the dream of a city

A new citywide play by Fiona Templeton
by appointment only
dawn and dusk

from December 12 to December 21, 2003
Lille, France
for the opening of Lille European Cultural Capital 2004
www.lille2004.com or International code+33-3-59-57-94-00
(Lille is one hour from Paris, 83 minutes from London, half an hour from Brussels)
Production: Compagnie H-A-U-T, Lille

L'Ile is the long-awaited sequel to Fiona Templeton's legendary 1988 play, YOU-The City, *an intimate Manhattanwide play for an audience of one* published by Roof Books, New York, and recreated in London, Ljubljana, Den Haag, Zürich, München, Rotterdam and Hamburg.

L'Ile (The Island) begins with a hundred simultaneous appointments across the city, each for a single *dreamer*. The dreamer lives the recreated dreams of the city's inhabitants, played by a network of actors and local volunteers. The web of routes and encounters leads, in growing groups, to a final convergence of all the dreams in the city's centre.

Critics on YOU-The City:

"It was no dream; I had simply entered a parallel universe that look, shook and smelled like Times Square." C Carr Village Voice 1988

"Truly the collective consciousness of the city." John Howell, Artforum.

"Seamlessly directed, worthy of MI5 or the CIA." Pamela Zeplin, High Performance.

"Extraordinary. A revolution in theatre." Brian Sewell, London Evening Standard, 1989.

"The event everyone will pretend to have seen." Adrian Dannatt, London Sunday Times.

Fiona Templeton is a director, playwright and poet. She has published several books and has received awards from the US National Endowment for the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts, the Abendzeitung Muenchen Star of the Year for theatre, and the 2003 award in theatre from the Foundation for Contemporary Performance Arts, New York.


13. Gabriele Leidloff, FF Alumn, at NYU, Nov. 21-22

Images of the Sciences and Scientists in Visual Media Geneva, Friday, November 21 and Saturday, November 22, 2003 at New York University Film and electronic media are the most important sources of pictures which shape and haunt collective memory. Among the popular images of the present are those of the sciences and scientists. The conference will bring into contact specialists from two areas of expertise: image production and theory and history and sociology of the sciences and makes an attempt to explore techniques of constructing highly ambivalent images that represent scientists as gods of the secular age or demonize them as madmen who are threatening to destroy the world. Geneva We hope you will join us in this thought-provoking event. For further information, or if you have any questions, please contact NYU Geneva 42 Washington Mews New York, NY 10003 +1 212 998 8660 or 998 8663 e-mail: ece201@nyu.edu
or visit our website at http://www.nyu.edu/deutscheshaus/imagesofscienceny/


14. Nicolás Dumit Estévez, FF Alumn, at Bronx River Art Center, Dec. 6, 3 pm

Performance by Nicolás Dumit Estévez

Formatted as a traditional Latino quince años, a coming-of-age-ceremony in which girls formally celebrate their transition to womanhood, this piece consists of an exhaustive audio-visual presentation performed collaboratively by an artist, a curator, a gallery coordinator, a flower girl, a theramin player, a waiter and group of invited curators.

Recuento de mis 15 looks at professional roles and questions the established art world's methods of validating an artist's work, inviting those present to delve simultaneously into the private and the public; the institutional and the personal, into what is real and what is staged. Guests at this event get an inside look at Estévez's upbringing as well as his education, exhibitions, awards, residencies and rejection letters through a presentation that includes detailed projections of his five-page resume.

In this performance, as in some of his previous work, Estevez continues to work with the audience, inviting it to become participant and therefore to affect the development of the piece.

Semi-formal attire suggested.

The Bronx River Art Center is located at
1087 East Tremont Ave., Bronx, NY 10460
(718) 589.5819
(718) 860-8303 fax
Gallery Hours M-F 3 - 6:30pm & Saturday Noon - 5pm

This event is made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. Additional support is provided by the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development, Bronx Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (and it's Materials for the Arts program), Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion, The Bronx Delegation of the New York City Council, and US Congressman José E. Serrano's WCS-NOAA Lower Bronx River Partnership. Foundation support is provided by The New York Community Trust, The Carnegie Corporation of New York, The Chase Manhattan Foundation, and Citicorp.


15. Ricardo Miranda Zuñiga, FF Alumn, at Exit Art, opening Nov. 22, 8-11 pm

A new version of my Vagamundo project will be part of the L Factor opening this Saturday, November 22nd, 8-11pm at Exit Art's new location, 475 Tenth Avenue (corner of 36th St.). Hope you can make it! Ricardo


Vagamundo is a mobile public art project designed for on the street interaction to create temporary public commons. Through a mobile cart resembling an ice cream cart pedestrians are invited to play a video game that reflects the plight of undocumented immigrants in New York. Audio by John Arroyo and the project was supported by Harvestworks Media Center.


16. Donna Henes, FF Alumn, Spirit Shop Holiday Open Days, and more, Dec. 2003

Spirit Shop Holiday Open Days With Donna Henes, Urban Shaman

Catch the Holiday Spirit and enjoy stress-free shopping (and complimentary goodies!) at the Tea Garden. Select and collect your special holiday gifts from our unique stock of rare ritual items and ceremonial supplies from around the world. Made-to-order amulet bags, cards, gift items, ceremonial attire and Mama Donna's Own Blend of Blessing Oils.

December 6, 13, 20 -- 3 Saturdays 12-6pm
Mama Donna's Tea Garden and Healing Haven Park Slope, Brooklyn
Contact for directions: (718) 857-2247


Full Cold Moon Drumming Circle
Claiming The Courage To Weather The Storm.
Monday, December 8, 2003, 7:30pm
Mama Donna's Tea Garden and Healing Haven, Park Slope, Brooklyn

Advance reservations required. Reservations close 24 hours prior to event. For info and reservations call Mama Donna's: (718) 857-2247


17. Marjorie Kouns, FF Alumn, in Uptown Arts Stroll, Inwood, November 23, 11 am-5 pm

On November 23, Northern Manhattan will be transformed into an art gallery when local merchants, institutions, and residents open their doors to the community to showcase the work of local artists. The Uptown Arts Stroll, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., will link a dozen locations - restaurants, civic groups, service providers - from West 168th Street to West 207th Street, on both sides of Broadway. Additionally, some local artists are inviting the public into their studios and homes in an unprecedented effort to promote the deep wellspring of creative talent in our neighborhoods.

For more information call 212-568-8500.


18. Mimi Smith, FF Alumn, at Bound and Unbound, thru March, 2004

Mimi Smith, FF Alumn, presents Mailed Exhibition #1, six monthly postcards, October 2003-March 2004.
Bound and Unbound
601 W. 26th St., Room 1201
New York, NY 10001
212-463-7348 fone
212-463-8948 fax


19. Howardena Pindell, FF Alumn, at Triple Candie, thru November 23

Triple Candie is pleased to present:

In the North Gallery:
Howardena Pindell
Free, White & 21 (1980)

This seminal 12:00min. video features the artist discussing episodes in which she had experienced racial discrimination. These straightforward segments are interspersed with scenes of her playing a condescending white woman or wrapping her head in white gauze.

On view through Sunday, November 23rd
Gallery hours Thursdays through Sundays, 12:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Take the A, B, C or D train to 125th Street, walk north to 126th Street, then west 1 3/4 blocks. Triple Candie is located at 461 West 126th Street, just east of Amsterdam Avenue.

About Triple Candie
Founded in 2001, Triple Candie is a not-for-profit art gallery in central Harlem dedicated to presenting the best art and ideas of our time. Triple Candie's programs are funded, in part, by the Rockefeller Brothers Foundation, Agnes Gund and Daniel Shapiro, Susan and Duncan Brown, New York Community Trust, Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and other individuals.


20. Alexander Komlosi, FF Alumn, at Douglas Williamson, NY, December 1, 8 pm

You are cordially invited to an entertaining evening of literary exposition starring Alexander Komlosi, my best friend, from Prague, The Czech Republic, on Monday, December 1st at 8PM chez Douglas (that's moi) in New York City. Alexander, a Master of Drama from the Academy of Performing Arts, Prague, desires an English-speaking audience of the finest creative souls in New York to dazzle with his writings. There will be several other types reading or performing their written words, so the eve should be interesting and entertaining. I hope you all will be able to make it. RSVP ASAP as places are limited. Douglas Williamson
Contact and more information: Alexander Komlosi litlnemo@seznam.cz
Douglas Williamson 917 517 8636.



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