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The Winter of Our Disco Tent April 18, 2014: “...the terrible and noteworthy irony...”—H.H. Bancroft. New York City during the war years was, unless you were eating sushi with the Simics, a dark and horrible place. It was as if someone had loaded a leaf blower with copy toner and gone postal. Some of it got onto the 9-pound models’ eyes and they didn’t even blink. The [...] by

Bowery Poetry Reopens After Year of Renovations August 28, 2013: Good news for those bemoaning the loss of the East Village (we know you're out there). The Bowery Poetry Club (now officially Bowery Poetry) is back in business! You might remember last year's confusion surrounding its fate. You also might have walked by the place recently and seen some very intense high-burlesque rehearsal in what looks like [...] by

Roll Over Ezra: Musical Adventures with a Literary Band April 30, 2013: In January, I released two audio chapbooks; Asking for the Moon (Red Glass Books) and Book of Hooks (Kattywompus Press). Both books have CD’s with songs; Book of Hooks is a double CD. There’s around 36 songs between the three disks, with songs that go back as far the early ‘80’s. Thanks to the tech moment we are all living in, most of [...] by

Adam Pendleton at SEGUE series January 9, 2010: For the past two winters I have had the privilege of curating the SEGUE reading series, last winter with Evelyn Reilly, this winter with Sara Wintz. SEGUE has featured innovative writing since the 70s when the series was held at the Ear Inn bar in TriBeCa. Originally identified with Language Writing, SEGUE features a diverse range of socially [...] by