Thursday, July 10, 2014

Patricia Carragon at Bluestockings and The Cornelia Street Cafe









Bensonhurst’s Patricia Carragon 
is back and ready 
to share her poetry and prose 
this summer at 
Bluestockings and 
The Cornelia Street Cafe





Tuesday July 29th  from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Women’s & Trans’ Poetry Jam & Open Mike

Feature Writers: Patricia Carragon and Hilary Lustick

Bluestockings Bookstore

172 Allen St.
(between Staton & Rivington)
1 1/2 blocks south from E. Houston
NYC
212-777-6028
info@bluestockings.com

$5 suggested donation

This series, started in 1999, is hosted by Vittoria repetto – the hardest working guinea butch dyke poet on the lower east side

Open mike (for women & trans) – sign-up at 7 p.m. – 8 minute limitBring your poetry, your prose, your songs, and your spoken word.

Subway:
Take F train to 2nd Ave. and exit from the 1st Ave exit and walk south down Allen St. 1 ½ block walk to the store.

Bios:

Patrica Carragon’s work tends to be edgy and humorous, written by an outsider looking in.

Hilary Lustick’s work focuses on the human experience generally with a special focus on the weird and ironic vicissitudes that make it most meaningful. This will be her second reading at Bluestockings, the first having been as a contributor to Milk and Honey, an anthology of women’s lesbian poetry.


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Saturday, August 2nd from 6 p.m.to 8 p.m.
DANCE OF THE WORD:  Celebrating Summer

The Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia St. (between Bleecker  and W. 4th St.) NYC - 10014

$15 admission includes a drink
    
Subways:
A, F, B, E, D to W. 4th St.
#1 to Christopher St. 

Alan Baxter,  MC

Readers:

David Elsasser 
Mindy Matijasevic
Peggy Fitzgerald
Patricia Carragon
Eugene Ring
Madeline Artenberg

Paul Knopf – jazz pianist
Cleopatra Amaris with a sword dance, and other dances

Paul Knopf legendary jazz pianist will collaborate with Evie Ivy in a belly dance/Spanish fan dance fusion of  “Granada.”

The poem to be danced to will be  “Memories of a Summer” by Mary Askin-Jencsik, from “The Venetian Hour” poetry anthology.

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