Boog City presents One Less Magazine and The Sparrows
Boog City presents
d.a. levy lives: celebrating the renegade press
One Less Magazine (Williamsburg, Mass.)
Tues. April 11, 6 p.m., free
529 W.20th St., 5th Flr.
Event will be hosted by One Less Magazine editors
David Gardner and Nikki Widner
Featuring readings from
With music by
There will be wine, cheese, and fruit, too.
Curated and with an introduction by Boog City editor David Kirschenbaum
For further information visit http://boogcityevents.blogspot.com
call 212-842-BOOG(2664) or email email@example.com
One Less is a bi-annual literary arts magazine founded in December, 2004 by writer David Gardner and writer/photographer Nikki Widner. The intent of One Less is to offer a space for thought-inspiring literary and visual art forms.
Robert Doto is Managing Editor of Parabola Magazine and runs the online journal of mystic hermeneutical Islam Baraka Bashment (baraka.progressiveislam.org). He is co-founder of Man experimental press and spins dancehall/dub/reggae for Many Hills Massive Sound System in NYC.
Matthew Langley is the author of two books, (...) and A Very Mild Eternity, which are available from Subday Press (subdaypress.org). His work has appeared in Bombay Gin, el pobre Mouse, One Less, and on the web at No Tell Motel. He has lived and taught in Prague and Seoul, South Korea, and resides in southern Pennsylvania.
Sean MacInnes is the author of Critical Series and A Room Of Trees from Subday Press. Over the last few years he has published several works in various presses and was recently a writer in residence at The Kerouac Project of Orlando, FL. He lives in Pittsburgh.
John Sullivan lives in the Boston area, where he works as a webmaster, fundraiser, and writer/editor for a nonprofit defending intellectual and creative freedom. His poems appear in magazines now and then, including recently in Watching the Wheels: A Blackbird and el pobre Mouse. More of his work can be found at www.wjsullivan.net
Rachel E. Talentino and Andrew Tipton met in Savannah, while working at the Gap. After about two years they became roommates. Soon after a relocation to Brooklyn NY they formed the Sparrows. Andrew plays guitar, and they both sing.
Directions: C/E to 23rd St., 1/9 to 18th St.
Venue is bet. 10th and 11th avenues
Next event Tues. May 9
Aerial Magazine/Edge Books (Washington, D.C.)