Wednesday, February 13, 2008

AWP FLU, READING FRIDAY IN NEW HAVEN

I have been suffering from the flu since leaving AWP more than 10 days ago. I don't blame the conference. This is the second flu of the year for me. I plan to write about the conference soon -- probably too late, but so it goes. Meantime, I am reading on Friday night in New Haven, CT with Richard Deming. Here is the press release, in case you happen to be nearby.

ALL Arts & Literature Laboratory
Erector Square, 319 Peck St. Building 2, New Haven, (203) 671-5175
Closing event: Fri., Feb. 15, 7 p.m.

Join us at ALL, Erector Square on February 15, 2008 for OUR CLOSING EVENT AT THE GALLERY:

* Word of Mouth, our monthly reading series will start at about 7:00 pm, and will feature New Haven poet Richard Deming and New York poet Michael Kelleher, and our usual fabulous open mic.

* Following the reading (at about 8:30 pm), there will be a book launch celebration for Richard Deming's newly released Let's Not Call It Consequence, in conjunction with a closing party to celebrate Arts + Literature Laboratory's 4+ years of successful exhibitions, arts programming, and literary readings.

* The painter Peter Carlson will be showing a selection of his recent paintings in the gallery space especially for this event.

COME FOR ALL OR PART OF THE NIGHT TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT AND HELP US CELEBRATE IN STYLE!

We will post updates about events and programs on our website, so be sure to check there for the latest news. We will also maintain our electronic mailing list to keep everyone up to date.

We want to thank everyone who has supported us over the years: the artists, writers, and musicians who shared their work; the volunteers, friends, and business sponsors who donated time, money, products, and services; and the Greater New Haven community for helping us evolve and continue our mission. Please contact info@allgallery.org if you have any ideas about future projects, or if you would like to help with future exhibitions or support our efforts in any other way.

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