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Ian Wilder reading in Manhattan @ Boog City festival 8/4/07

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Ian’s poetry                 Ian’s bio

Welcome to  Boog City four day festival of Music & Poetry

SATURDAY AUGUST 4, Cakeshop, 152 Ludlow St., NYC
starting 11:00 a.m.  4th Annual Small, Small Press Fair, Free
Small press fair, this year with indie records and crafts, too.
Featuring a 15-minute musical performance at the fair each hour on the 15’s:
starting 5:00 p.m.  Political poets and The Fugs, Village Fugs live $5

  6:00 p.m.-Ian Wilder

complete schedule below. 

  pdf version of schedule of 4 day festival, replete with performer pics: http://welcometoboogcity.com/boogpdfs/wbcprogram2007.pdf
festival website, with back issues of Boog City: http://welcometoboogcity.com/


THURSDAY AUGUST 2, 6:00 P.M. sharp, free
d.a. levy lives: celebrating the renegade press
Pavement Saw Press (Columbus, Ohio)
ACA Galleries, 529 W.20th St., 5th Flr., NYC
Event will be hosted by Pavement Saw Press editor David Baratier
Featuring 
Tony Gloeggler, Simon Perchik, Rachel M. Simon, and Daniel Zimmerman
music from turntablists Dr. Benstock
There will be wine, cheese, and crackers, too.
Directions: C/E to 23rd St., 1/9 to 18th St. Venue is bet. 10th and 11th avenues

FRIDAY AUGUST 3, 7:30 P.M.
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.

SATURDAY AUGUST 4, 11:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M.
Cakeshop, 152 Ludlow St., NYC
11:00 a.m.  4th Annual Small, Small Press Fair, Free
Small press fair, this year with indie records and crafts, too.
featuring exhibitors: Jim Avignon, Bizarr Verlag, Circumference, Cy Gist Press, Elsewhere, Fractious Press, Owen Hutchinson, Sakura Maku, New York Tyrant, Pequod,
[SIC], Sona Books, Leslie Stein, United Artists, Worn Fashion Journal
also Featuring  a 15-minute musical performance at the fair each hour on the 15’s:
11:15 a.m./12:15 p.m./1:15 p.m.-Bob Kerr
2:15 p.m./3:15 p.m./4:15 p.m.-Sean T. Hanratty

5:00 p.m.  Political poets and The Fugs, Village Fugs live $5
  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. Performed live by:
*I Feel Tractor
1. Slum Goddess/2. Ah, Sunflower Weary of Time
*Scott MX Turner
3. Supergirl/4. Swinburne Stomp
*Paul Cama
5. I Couldn’t Get High/6. How Sweet I Roamed From Field to Field
*The Actual Feelings
7. Carpe Diem/8. My Baby Done Left Me
*JUANBURGUESA
9. Boobs a Lot
*Huggabroomstik
10. Nothing

Directions: F/V to 2nd Ave. Venue is bet. Stanton and Rivington sts.

SUNDAY AUGUST 5, 1:30 P.M., 3:45 P.M.

Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery, NYC, $5

1:30 p.m. The Future of Small Press Publishing curated/moderated by Mitch Highfill
featuring
David Baratier, editor Pavement Saw Press (Columbus, Ohio)
Bob Hershon, co-editor Hanging Loose Press
Brenda Iijima, editor Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs (Brooklyn)
Jill Stengel, editor a+bend press (Davis, Calif.)

3:45 p.m.
Readings and musical performances
  3:45 p.m.-The Poetics Orchestra
  4:15 p.m.-Kimberly Lyons
  4:30 p.m.-Gary Sullivan
  4:45 p.m.-Brenda Iijima
  5:00 p.m.- break
  5:15 p.m.-The Poetics Orchestra
  5:35 p.m.-Jill Stengel
  5:55 p.m.-Mitch Highfill (pdf)
  6:10 p.m.-Nada Gordon
  6:25 p.m.-Sean Cole

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

Full biographies & websites at http://welcometoboogcity.com/

**Paul Cama
Paul Cama started to play drums at 14, performing all kinds of music from jazz to blues to pop. He plays jazz in a big band in St. James. He was in the folk rock Americana band Nylon & Steel from 1989-1997. They released the album Slip Behind the Molecule in 1995. Cama also is a singer-songwriter guitarist and occasionally play solo gigs. He is playing drums in the improv band The Center For Hearing & Dizziness, which improves new sounds to vintage films in the tradition of silent movies. They will be releasing
their first full-length DVD/CD later this year.
 


David A. Kirschenbaum, editor and publisher
Boog City
330 W.28th St., Suite 6H, NY, NY 10001-4754
http://www.welcometoboogcity.com
T: (212) 842-BOOG (2664)
F: (212) 842-2429

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