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Welcome to Boog City 3: 9/9 -9/13/09

PDF of full schedule: http://www.welcometoboogcity.com/wbc3sked.pdf

Great 5-day poetry and music fest happeningin sept. (I took part in it a coupla years back)


Schedule 2009

Wed. 9/9, 7:00 p.m.

Sidewalk Café 94 Ave. A, at E. 6th St.

The Magnetic Fields, 69 Love Songs

Performed in its entirety, live for its 10th anniversary by: Andrew Philip Tipton, Kathy Zimmer, Ben Krieger,Adam Ferretti, Yoko Kikuchi and Sara Lautman, Preston Spurlock, Genan Zilkha,Stephanie Nilles, The Trouble Dolls, Maynard and the Musties, Clint Michigan, A Brief View of the Hudson, Gracefully, Andrew Hoepfner

Thurs. 9/10, 6:00 p.m.

ACA Galleries 529 W. 20th St., 5th Flr., bet. 10th/11th aves.

Rope-A-Dope Press (South Boston, Mass.) Robert daVies and Mary Walker Graham, publishers/editors

readings from Mary Walker Graham, Kate Schapira, Sampson Starkweather, Chris Tonelli and music from Erik Schoster

Fri. 9/11, 7:00 p.m.

Sidewalk Café

7:00 p.m.-Elinor Nauen

7:15 p.m.-Sandra Beasley

7:35 p.m.-Tara Hack-music

8:15 p.m.-The Tet Offensive

9:10 p.m.-Boog Poets’ Theater, curated by Paolo Javier, featuring plays from:

Charles Bernstein

Charles Borkhuis

Corina Copp

Kristen Kosmas

Filip Marinovich and Nathaniel Siegel

Kristen Prevallet

Jeremy Thompson and Mashinka Firunts

11:10 p.m.-Dan Machlin

11:25 p.m.-Serena Jost-music

11:55 p.m.-The Low and the Lonesome

Sat. 9/12, 12:00 p.m.

Unnameable Books 600 Vanderbilt Ave., bet. Prospect Pl./ St. Marks Ave., Brooklyn

12:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m., readers selected from 6th Annual Small, Small Press Fair presses

Dan Wilcox, A.P.D.

reader TBD, Belladonna* Books

Jennifer Knox, Bloof Books

Andrew Hughes, Book Thug

Christopher Stackhouse, Corollary Press

Norman Lock, Ellipsis Press

Geoffrey Olsen, EOAGH

reader TBD, Futurepoem books

reader TBD, Litmus Press

reader TBD, little scratch pad editions

Austin Alexis, Poets Wear Prada

reader TBD, Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs Press

Jill Magi, 2nd Avenue

reader TBD, Straw Gate Press

Wil Hallgren, Stubborn Plant Press

Rachel Levitsky, Ugly Duckling Presse


2:30 p.m.-Jesse Schoen-music

3:00 p.m.-Ammiel Alcalay

3:15 p.m.-Danielle Le Gros Georges

3:35 p.m.-Ryan Walker

3:55 p.m.-Jim Dunn

4:15 p.m.-Phoebe Kreutz-music

4:45 p.m.-Karen Weiser

5:00 p.m.-Katie Yates

5:20 p.m.-Dana Ward

5:40 p.m.-Anselm Berrigan

5:55 p.m.-Anselm Berrigan

in conversation with Buck Downs

6:25 p.m.-Buck Downs

6:45 p.m.-Gracefully

7:15 p.m.-Jean-Paul Pecqueur

7:30 p.m.-Brenda Coultas

7:45 p.m.-Mike County

8:05 p.m.-Ish Klein

Sun. 9/13, 12:00 p.m.

Unnameable Books

6th Annual Small, Small Press Fair

12:00 p.m.-Paul Foster Johnson

12:15 p.m.-Eric Gelsinger

12:30 p.m.-Joanna Sondheim

12:45 p.m.-Tracey McTague

1:00 p.m.-Alan Semerdjian-music

1:30 p.m.-Martha King

1:45 p.m.-Brendan Lorber

2:00 p.m.-Dan Wilcox

2:20 p.m.-Basil King

2:35 p.m.-2:45-break

2:45 p.m.-Discussion of Politics,
Community, and Poetics curated and moderated by Greg Fuchs, featuring Jonathan Allen, Antonio D’Ambrosio, Alan Gilbert, Eileen Myles, and more

4:30 p.m.-4:40-break

4:40 p.m.-Corina Copp

4:55 p.m.-Lewis Warsh

5:10 p.m.-Hailey Higdon

5:30 p.m.-Shanna Compton

5:45 p.m.-Angela Veronica Wong

6:00 p.m.-Dorit-music

6:30 p.m.-Cristiana Baik

6:45 p.m.-Paolo Javier

7:00 p.m.-Sara Wintz

7:15 p.m.-Ryan Murphy

7:30 p.m.-Gary Parrish

7:45 p.m.-Justin Marks


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