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7th Annual Welcome to Boog City Poetry, Music, and Theater Festival
August 2, 2013, 1:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. to August 5, 2013
Unnameable Books, 600 Vanderbilt Ave., Brooklyn, NY

7th Annual

Welcome to Boog City festival
4 Days of Poetry, Music, and Theater

Unnameable Books
600 Vanderbilt Ave.
Prospect Heights, Brooklyn
6:00 p.m.    Timothy Donnelly
6:10 p.m.    Montana Ray
6:20 p.m.    Morgan Parker
6:30 p.m.    Kristi Maxwell
6:45 p.m.    Nathan Schneider,
co-editor, Waging Nonviolence,
Speaking on Occupy
6:55 p.m.    Richard Ringer-music
7:25 p.m.    Break
7:35 p.m.    Greg Fuchs
7:45 p.m.    Marina Blitshteyn
7:55 p.m.    Sarah Jeanne Peters
8:10 p.m.    Poetry Talk Talk—Buck Downs reading and in
conversation w/ Greg Fuchs
9:00 p.m.    Soul Candy-music

Directions: 2, 3 to Grand Army Plaza,
C to Clinton-Washington avenues, Q to 7th Ave.
Venue is bet. Prospect Pl./St. Marks Ave.

Unnameable Books
11:30 a.m.        (G)IRL, Belladonna*
11:40 a.m.     Danforth Prince,
Blood Moon Productions
11:50 a.m.        Buck Downs, Buck Downs Books
12:00 p.m.    Jeff Wright, Live Mag! & Spuyten Duyvil
12:10 p.m.    melissa christine goodrum, Other Rooms Press
12:20 p.m        Tantra-zawadi, Poets Wear Prada
12:30 p.m.    Paolo Javier, Staging Ground Mag
12:40 p.m.    Lydia Cortes and Mike McDonough, Straw Gate Books
12:50 p.m.    Bonny Finberg, The Unbearables
  1:00 p.m.     Yuko Otomo
  1:10 p.m.     Ron Kolm
  1:20 p.m.    Steve Dalachinsky
  1:30 p.m.    Thurston Moore
  1:45 p.m.    The Tet Offensive-music
  2:15 p.m.    Break
                        BoogWork-Keckler, King, Melnick
  2:25 p.m.    Joseph Keckler-music
  2:35 p.m.    Amy King-reading
  2:50 p.m.    Amy King-workshop
  3:05 p.m.    Lynn Melnick-reading
  3:15 p.m.    Amy King-workshop
  3:30 p.m.    Joseph Keckler-music
  3:40 p.m.    Joe Krausman
  3:55 p.m.    Margaret Bashaar
  4:10 p.m.    Paige Taggart
  4:20 p.m.    Jenny Johnson
  4:35 p.m.    Sampson Starkweather
  4:45 p.m.    Phoebe Blue and the 
Make Baleaves-music
  5:15 p.m.    Break
  5:25 p.m.    Suzanne Mercury
  5:40 p.m.    Lindsey Boldt
  5:55 p.m.    Steve Orth
  6:10 p.m.    Leopoldine Core
  6:20 p.m.    Daniel Owen
  6:30 p.m.    Maribeth Theroux
  6:40 p.m.    Becca Klaver
  6:50 p.m.    Tony Iantosca
  7:00 p.m.    Larissa Shmailo
  7:10 p.m.    Mark Gurarie
  7:25 p.m.    Mark Statman
  7:35 p.m.    Cannonball Statman-music

Unnameable Books
11:00 a.m.     Amelia Bentley
11:10 a.m.     Kimberly Ann Southwick
11:25 a.m.     Paul Siegell
11:40 a.m.     Melanie Neilson
11:50 a.m.        Thomas Devaney
12:05 p.m.     Phoebe Novak-music
12:35 p.m.     Christophe Casamassima
12:50 p.m.    S.M. Stone
  1:05 p.m.     Tony Mancus
  1:20 p.m.     Toby Altman
  1:35 p.m.     Norman Oder, editor Atlantic Yards Report, Speaking on Atlantic Yards
  1:45 p.m.     Bird To Prey-music
  2:15 p..m.    Small Presses: The Book as an Object, 
            curated and moderated by Kimberly Ann Southwick, featuring:
            Damask Press (Philadelphia, Brooklyn and Chicago),
                Toby Altman, co-founder
            Monk Books, Bianca Stone, co-editor
            Stonecutter Journal (Brooklyn),
                Katie Raissian, editor-in-chief
            Summer BF Press (Oakland),
                Lindsey Boldt and Steve Orth, co-editors
Sidewalk Café
94 Avenue A.
$5 suggested

4th Boog Poets Theater, featuring:
  5:30 p.m. Radomir Luza, The Blood Will Murder Roses
  5:45 p.m. Bob Kerr, This The Word
  6:00 p.m. Ken Taylor, 24 Hour Donut
  6:15 p.m. Jeff Wright, Clubhouse on East 13th
  6:30 p.m. Lindsey Boldt & Steve Orth,  The Reading
  6:45 p.m. Magus Magnus, Antigone Idyll, from Idylls for a Bare Stage
  7:00 p.m. Ed Berrigan and Jess Fiorini, A Place for Them
  7:15 p.m. Jesse Glass, Poetic Fictions: A New Age Dawns At Longshoreman’s Hall,
                    San Francisco, June 11, 1964!

  7:30 p.m. Classic Albums Live: for its 15th Anniversary,
            Major Matt Mason USA’s Me Me Me

Kung Fu Crimewave
—Mr Softie  —Budapest  —Rockstar
Steve Espinola and Preston Spurlock
—The Ballad Of Danny Scheer —Inside Of You
Jonathan Berger 
—Black Hole
Dan & Rachel
—I Know You Know   —Rose Paned Glasses
Todd Carlstrom and the Clamour
—Price Is Right  —Apple Sauce  —I’m Sorry
Justin Remer
—Goodbye Southern Death Swing  —Kicker
Casey Holford 
Cheri Leone 
—Waitress Song
Major Matt Mason USA 

 6:00 p.m.     Major Matt Mason USA —Solo Set

Directions: A/B/C/D/E/F/V to W. 4th St.
Directions: F/V to 2nd Ave., L to 1st Ave.
Venue is at East 6th Street

Unnameable Books
 6:00 p.m.     Alan Kleiman
 6:10 p.m.     Sarah Anne Wallen
 6:20 p.m.        Charity Coleman
 6:30 p.m.     Adam Robinson
 6:45 p.m.     Jaclyn Lovell
 6:55 p.m.     Ray DeJesús
 7:05 p.m.        May Boeve, executive director and

                Speaking on Climate Change
 7:15 p.m.        Bran, Don & Dixiebop-music
 7:45 p.m.        Break
 8:00 p.m.        d.a. levy lives: celebrating the renegade press,
            season 11 kick-off:
Publishing Genius Press (Baltimore)
            Adam Robinson, editor

            Stephanie Barber
            Polly Bresnick
            Melissa Broder
            Megan McShea
            Edward Mullany
            Mel Nichols
            Matthew Savoca
            Mike Topp
            John Dermot Woods
            Joseph Young

            Mel Nichols

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