jeudi 6 mars 2008

From William brandon: Corrie Greathouse - Portraits: Invisible Ink on Parchment

Come out and help us celebrate my very dear friend Corrie Greathouse's new book, Portraits:Invisible Ink on Parchment!

Well, I have worked and worked and whined and cried, [but really, i'mpretty sure only one person saw the crying part so it doesn't reallycount]. I have managed to sleep occasionally and mostly remembered tobreathe and now have the pleasure of inviting you to join me onFriday, March 21 at 7:30pm for the publication release reading of myfirst release on Noble Swine Press, Portraits: Invisible Ink onParchment.

So, please join me on Friday, March 21 at 7:30pm atBeyond Baroque Literary Arts Center in Venice, CA681 Venice Blvd. Venica, CA 90291

the info from beyond baroque follows:
RAFAEL ALVARADO of the Worldwide Word Radio Network hosts this specialpublication event for the release of CORRIE GREATHOUSE'S Portraits:Invisible Ink on Parchment on Noble Swine Press.

Join us for this event featuring one of L.A.'s giants, JOHN HARRIS andtwo exciting newcomers.

Orange County native CORRIE GREATHOUSE came to L.A. by way of Northampton,MA where she spent several years writing and painting. Her newrelease, Portraits: Invisible Ink on Parchment, is both collection of proseand peek into the past and present of characters never defined by name.

"These words and images by Corrie Greathouse are fetish snapshots,whispers of hope traced in sheer lines across the sleepy landscape ofdesire. She is a torrid blue jukebox, a fragile lyric tempered by adream that refuses to submit. Something found in what was lost betweenthe lines. A vascular eclipse of the sun."

S.A. Griffin, author Numbskull Sutra

In 1969, JOHN HARRIS cofounded the Venice Poetry Workshop at Beyond Baroquewith Joseph Hansen. In the 1970s and 1980s, he was the proprietor of PapaBach Books, the historic literary center where a generation of Los Angelespoets artistically came of age.

SARIA IDANA hails from Woodstock, NY and has studied with such distinguishedpoets as Martin Espada, Deborah Gorlin, Robert Cole and Phillip Shabaaz. Shehas been influenced by a wide range of writers from beat poets andcontemporary spoken word artists to Sufi mystics as well as her ownextensive world travels. She works with F.L.O.W., a poetry program forincarcerated youth.

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