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Boog City presents Bird Dog and Stephanie Carlin NYC 4/28/09

Boog City presents

d.a. levy lives: celebrating the renegade press

Bird Dog magazine (Seattle)

This Tues., April 28, 6:00 p.m. sharp, free
ACA Galleries, 529 W. 20th St., 5th Flr. NYC
Event will be hosted by Bird Dog editor Sarah Mangold


Featuring readings from

Kate Eichhorn,Sandy Florian, Kate Greenstreet, Laura Sims, Nico Vassilakis


with music from Stephanie Carlin


There will be wine, cheese, and crackers, too.
Curated and with an introduction by Boog City editor David Kirschenbaum

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**Bird Dog

Bird Dog: A dog used to retrieve game birds. To follow a subject on interest with persistent attention. A scout . . .

Bird Dog was founded in 2002 by Sarah Mangold. It publishes innovative work from emerging and established writers with a focus on longer sequences, poetics, and visual work. Perfect-bound, every issue features hand-tipped illustrations and art.


*Performer Bios*

**Stephanie Carlin
Stephanie Carlin just released her second EP, “the Agony and Ecstasy of.” The CD, captivating the gut-wrenching loves and losses of the human heart, led to her first opportunity to reject a record contract, which involved: Tommy Hilfiger; an aging producer who, based on his awkward mohawk, was dying to be accepted by Hot Topic pre-teens; and participating in multiple slutty modeling shoots in exchange for tasteless ClearChannel marketing.

Carlin self-released her first EP at 16, which led to the formation of Long Island sensation Oliver Lankard. For a while, Oliver Lankard was four-piece band, then a seven-piece band, and even a ten-piece band, complete with a three-piece horn section and three doo-wop back-up vocalists. She managed the band while performing as lead vocalist and guitarist. Under her supervision, Oliver Lankard performed over 50 shows at notable venues like The Knitting Factory, Maxwell’s, and The Crazy Donkey. In their short time together, Oliver Lankard opened for The Hold Steady keyboardist Franz Nicolay and performed alongside Prentiss McNeil of legendary group The Drifters.

From violently chastising American democracy to glorifying spontaneous love, her original lyrics are as wildly inventive as her impulsive scat-singing. With influences ranging from Elliott Smith to Ella Fitzgerald, the clarity of her obscurity is quite fascinating.


**Kate Eichhorn

Kate Eichhorn is the author of Fond (BookThug) and the co-editor of Innovative Canadian Women’s Poetry and Poetics (Coach House Books). As a curator, she has worked with reading series and literary festivals to stage multidisciplinary collaborations between poets, visual artists, and composers. She is an assistant professor of culture and media studies at The New School.

**Sandy Florian

Sandy Florian is the author of four books—Telescope (Action Books) and The Tree of No (Action Books), and the forthcoming On Wonderland & Waste (Sidebrow Press) and Visible Stars (Elixir Press), as well as the chapbook 32 Pedals & 47 Stops (Tarpaulin Sky Press). She is the current writer in residence at the New College of Florida in Sarasota. You can visit her blog at the above link.

**Kate Greenstreet

Kate Greenstreet’s first book, case sensitive, was published by Ahsahta Press. Her second, The Last 4 Things, will be out from Ahsahta in September. This is why I hurt you, her most recent chapbook, is available from Lame House Press. New work is out or forthcoming in jubilat, Court Green, Hotel Amerika, Saltgrass, and Fence.

**Laura Sims

Laura Sims is the author of two books of poems: Practice, Restraint (winner of the 2005 Fence Books Alberta Prize), and Stranger (Fence Books). Her book reviews and essays have appeared in Boston Review, New England Review, Rain Taxi, and The Review of Contemporary Fiction, and she has recently published poems in the Denver Quarterly, Colorado Review, CAB/NET, and Crayon. She lives in Brooklyn and teaches writing at Baruch College in Manhattan.

**Nico Vassilakis

Nico Vassilakis works in textual and visual poetry. He is a curator for the Subtext Reading Series in Seattle. His vispo videos have been shown in exhibits and festivals of innovative language arts. Nico’s recently published Text Loses Time is available from ManyPenny Press. Forthcoming from blazevox is Disparate Magnets and from blue lion books, Protracted Type, a collection of visual poetry.
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Directions:
C/E to 23rd St., 1/9 to 18th St.
Venue is bet. 10th and 11th avenues

Next event:

Tues. May 19

Dusie Press (Switzerland)

David A. Kirschenbaum, editor and publisher
Boog City
330 W.28th St., Suite 6H
NY, NY 10001-4754
For event and publication information:
T: (212) 842-BOOG (2664)

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