Friends Indeed- Book Party Photos and Comments
Our belated (been out with a sore throat and a cold this week) yet enthusiastic thanks to
Nada Gordon (ululations)
Gary Sullivan (Elsewhere)
for their posts on our Unnameable (Adam's) Books book party on Tuesday, February 27.
and thanks to Adam Tobin for the terrific party celebrating *fait accompli* from Factory School
this just in from Adam Tobin
Dear dear friends of Unnameable Books,
You may have noticed some recent news coverage of this store, under a different name. If so, then you've probably been reading the New York Sun, or the Christian Science Monitor, or the Brooklyn Record or New York Magazine's gossip blog, or perhaps some other blogs where there have been high levels of chatter. Remain alert. Be aware of your surroundings at all times. Keen google use will reveal the following:
In other news: Spring is here (again), and the birds will sing. Soon, soon.
NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT, for example, THE CANARY himself, that caged wonder, containing new poems by Ashbery, Myles, Toufic, Lee etc., will send a representative: Mr. JOSHUA EDWARDS, Ed. He will be reading his own work.
Simultaneously: Mr. FRED SCHMALZ, editor of THE SWERVE, whose new issue arrives anon, will display his own clinamen in the back of the store.
And on the very same night: MATTHEW ROHRER, poet, will read from his new book RISE UP, newly out from Wave Books.
All this is just to say that:
FRIDAY MARCH 16th, at 8 PM,
A reading, a party, a reading party,
here at Unnameable Books. Featuring:
Joshua Edwards of THE CANARY
Fred Schmalz of THE SWERVE
and Matthew Rohrer of RISE UP.
456 Bergen St. (btw. Flatbush & 5th Ave.)
Joshua Edwards co-edits The Canary with Nick Twemlow and Anthony Robinson. His poems appear/are forthcoming in Vanitas, Practice, Court Green, Slate, Skanky Possum, 26, Colorado Review, and elsewhere. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Fred Schmalz is a poet and publisher of the literature and art journal swerve. His poems have appeared in The Bedazzler, jubilat, Conduit, Divide, Forklift Ohio, H_NGM_N and other magazines. Schmalz's chapbook Ticket was published by Fuori Editions in 2002. He lives in Brooklyn.
Matthew Rohrer is the author of A Green Light (Verse Press, 2004), which was shortlisted for the 2005 Griffin Poetry Prize. He is also the author of Satellite (Verse Press, 2001), and Nice Hat. Thanks. (with Joshua Beckman) (Verse Press, 2002) and the audio CD Adventures While Preaching the Gospel of Beauty (also with Joshua Beckman, 2003). He has appeared on NPR's "All
Things Considered" and "The Next Big Thing." His first book, A Hummock in the Malookas was selected for the National Poetry Series by Mary Oliver in 1994. He, too, lives in Brooklyn.
456 Bergen St.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
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