Monday, July 16, 2007

Bowery Broadside's Blister in the Sun Reading: Lewis Warsh & Dustin Williamson July 20th 7 Sharp

Farfalla Press invites you to July's Bowery Broadside reading,

featuring

Lewis Warsh And Dustin Williamson

This Friday July 20th at The Bowery Poetry Club
7:00 to 8:30pm
First fifty patrons receive a limited edition broadside composed by the poets
with art work by George Schneeman

308 Bowery @ Bleecker, right across from CBGB's
F train to Second Ave | 6 train to Bleecker |
212-614-0505

Lewis Warsh is the author of numerous books of poetry, fiction and autobiography, including The Origin of the World, Touch of the Whip, Debtor's Prison (in collaboration with Julie Harrison) and Ted's Favorite Skirt. He is co-editor of The Angel Hair Anthology and editor and publisher of United Artists Books. A new book of poems, Inseparable: Poems 1995-2005, is forthcoming from Granary, and a new novel, A Place in the Sun, is forthcoming from Spuyten Duyvil. He is director of the MFA program in creative writing at Long Island University in Brooklyn.

Dustin Williamson is originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but now
lives in Brooklyn alongside everyone else who's not originally from
New York. He is most recently the author of Gorilla Dust (Open 24
Hours Press), Cab Ass'n (Lame House) and Exhausted Grunts (forthcoming
from Cannibal Books). When he has a couple extra dollars and a few
extra minutes he edits Rust Buckle, a sometimes magazine, sometimes
chapbook series.

The artist- George Schneeman
Mr. Schneeman is a long time resident of New York and whose paintings have accompanied poets Bill Berkson, Ted Berrigan, Michael Brownstein, Tom Clark, Edwin Denby, Larry Fagin, Dick Gallup, Allen Ginsberg, Ted Greenwald, Steve Katz, Lewis MacAdams, Alice Notley, Ron Padgett, Harris Schiff, Peter Schjeldahl, Tom Veitch, Anne Waldman, Lewis Warsh, and many others.

Upcoming Readings

Aug-Kristin Prevallet and Stacy Szymaszek
Sep-Nathaniel Siegel and John High
Oct-Arlo Quint and Christopher Martin

Past Readers Include: Anselm Berrigan, Edmund
Berrigan, Marcella Durand, Jessica Fiorini, Jessica
Rogers, Lee Ranaldo, Anne Waldman, Corrine
Fitzpatrick, Stefania Iryne Marthakis, Brenda Coultas
Simon Pettet and John Coletti

Gary Parrish