“What The Hell Is Love?” Project Part III – “Is That All There Is?” Thur, June 18 at 6 p.m.

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Rimes of the Ancient Mariner is proud to present:

“What The Hell Is Love?” Project Part III – 

“Is That All There Is?”

 
The final episode in an incredible writer/performance series.

Downstairs @ Cornelia Street Café 

29 Cornelia Street, New York, NY 10014 

Thursday June 18, 2015 @ 6:00 p.m. SHARP!

Doors open 5:45 p.m.

(212) 989-9319 

 
$8.00 Admission includes one free drink.

Hosted by Phillip Giambri (The Ancient Mainer)

Subways: A, B, C, D, E, F, M to West 4th Street

1 to Christopher Street

www.AncientMarinerTales.com

 

www.hopstop.com/

 

Featured readers for this final event will be:

Phillip Giambri

Blair Hopkins

Vincent Quatroche

Karen Levy

Jeff Rose

Patricia Carragon

Thomas Rigney

LinDel Sandlin

Gordon Gilbert

Vogue Giambri

Danny Matos

Diane Block

Marc Montfleury

Viviana

 

Beat Writers, Jack Kerouac, On the Road Again–Back to Jack–

Beat Writers–Jack Kerouac, On the Road Again — Back to Jack Friday, 3/20 at 6 p.m.

Beat Writers   Jack Kerouac
On the Road Again — Back to Jack

Friday, March 20, 2015 at 6 p.m.

The Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia St, NYC-10014
(212) 980- 9319

www.hopstop.com/

$8 admission/free drink

Hosted by Gordon Gilbert

The second in a series of readings of the beat generation writers.

A celebration of Jack Kerouac’s life and writings with personal
remembrances and a reading of a selection of his works by local
NYC poets and writers:

Stephen Bluestone, Patricia Carragon, Jack Cooper,
Steve Dalachinsky, Claire Fitzpatrick, Roxanne Hoffman,
David Lawton, Michael Lydon, Peter Martin, Roberto Mendez, Frank Perero, Su Polo, Leslie Prosterman, Griselda Steiner,
Susan Weiman, Gordon Gilbert

Subways:

A, C, D, E, F to West 4th St.  1 to Christopher St.

Dance of the Word: Celebrating Summer

 

Join us on Saturday, August. 2nd at 6 P.M., for

DANCE OF THE WORD: Celebrating Summer

The Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia St.

(between Bleecker & W. 4th St.), NYC- 10014

Alan Baxter, MC

$15 admission includes a free drink

A, F, B, E, D to W. 4th St./#1 to Christopher St.

David Elsasser         Mindy Matijasevic

Peggy Fitzgerald        Patricia Carragon

Eugene Ring       Madeline Artenberg

Paul Knopf – jazz pianist

Cleopatra Amaris performing a sword dance and other dances.

Paul Knopf 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.

Three Rooms Press: Maintenant 6 and the Fifth Annual NYC Dada Poetry and Art Salon

 

 

I am happy to be part of Maintenant 6 and one of the many featured readers at the Fifth Annual NYC Dada Poetry and Art Salon.




From Three Rooms Press:

Three Rooms Press and Son of a Pony present:
The Fifth Annual NYC Dada Poetry and Art Salon
Friday, March 16
Doors open at 5:45. Admission is $7


Cornelia Street Cafe
29 Cornelia Street (between Bleecker and 
W. 4th St.)

Subways: E, A, C, F, M, D to West 4th Street   
1 to Christopher Street



Featured Dada performers include:
–NY Dada’s JOANIE FRITZ ZOSIKE and 
LOIS KAGAN MINGUS
–Dada Daddy PETER CARLAFTES
–Romanian Dada descendent VALERY OISTEANU
–Underground Comic Book Artist MIKE DIANA 
with CITY SCUM SHOT
–LA Dada’s CYNTHIA TORONTO
–NJ Dada’s JOHN J. TRAUSE
–and surprise guests


It’s back! And better than ever: The fifth annual Dada Poetry and Art Salon, with Dada hostess KAT GEORGES! This year’s theme: Declare Art on War!

Wear your favorite Dada fashion, thrill to the excitement of the strangest, most hard-hitting Dada performances ever, and enjoy Dada-inspired poetry read LIVE! from the latest edition of Maintenant: A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing and Art* (Three Rooms Press, 130 pages, 2012).


Featured guest poets include Dada superstar boxer/poet Arthur Cravan, brought back to life for this special event. Plus Live Dada Twitter, and performances by underground comic book artist Mike Diana with Steven Retchard, NY Dada’s Joanie Hieger Zosike & Lois Kagan Mingus, NJ Dada’s John J. Trause, Romanian Dada descendent Valery Oisteanu, LA Dada’s Cynthia Toronto, Dada Daddy Peter Carlaftes, and surprise guests!


Plus: new videos, book giveaways and more. The first 20 people will receive a free copy of the hot-off-the-press Maintenant 6: A Journal of Contemporary Dada Literature and Art (inspired by Arthur Cravan‘s early 20th Century Maintenant ’zine–the first ’zine EVER!).


Doors open at 5:45. Admission is $7 which includes (naturally) a free drink! Cornelia Street Cafe is at 29 Cornelia Street, in the West Village, between W. 4th Street at Bleecker (http://corneliastreecafe.com).


Reservations and additional information: threeroomspress@mac.com


Maintenant 6: A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing and Art is the fifth edition of an annual collection of contemporary Dada work inspired by Dada instigator and Three Rooms Press spiritual advisor Arthur Cravan. This issue, edited by Peter Carlaftes and Kat Georges, includes bold poetry, cutting-edge visual art, essays and word art from Neo-Dadaists worldwide, including: Roger Conover, Mina Loy, Jerome Rothenberg, Giovanni Fontana, Fork Burke, Paolo Pelosini, Constantin Xenakis, Vittore Baroni, George Wallace, Scott Wannberg, Duska Vrhovac, Bart Verburg, Mike Mollett and more than 100 other artists. Color cover, with interior black and white text and images. It is now archived in the MOMA library.


The original Dada movement peaked from 1916-1922, primarily involved visual arts, literature—poetry, art manifestoes, art theory—theatre, and graphic design, and concentrated its anti-war politics through a rejection of the prevailing standards in art through anti-art cultural works. Its purpose was to ridicule what its participants considered to be the meaninglessness of the modern world. In addition to being anti-war, dada was also anti-bourgeois and anarchist in nature.