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CLOUDBURST #3

11/01/2011

It’s the long-awaited return of the Cloudburst reading series! We’ve moved to the Cream City Collectives this time around. Our readers:

JEREMY BEHREANDT is hiding inside your magic telephone, eavesdropping on the arguments you share with others. you only know he is there by that faint crackling breath you hear on the line when you and everyone stop talking.

Scarred for life as a pre-teen when he watched the 1933 version of K…ing Kong 13 times in a single week, DAVID PRESS now lives in Milwaukee where he has taught, run an educational publishing company, sold battery-operated Santa Clauses, and authored young-adult nonfiction books, imcluding biographies of Harriet Beecher Stowe, Frederick Douglas, and histories of American music and American sports. As far back as the 1970’s and 80’s, David was an active impressario and writer in the Oklahoma and then the Milwaukee spoken arts communities. Bad stuff happened. Mysteriously, the imagination is now reanimated.

He lives with his wife, Petra , a printmaker and book artist whose works are exhibited nationally. They sometimes collaborate on unique word/fiber projects.

and

MATTHEW CZARNECKI is young, white and implosive. The versus between classicist and modernist theory.

(and maybe one or two more TBA…surprises! fun for all!)

As always, it’s a free event but the space could always use donations so we will be passing the jar.

Will it be Halloween themed? Probably not, so, that’ll be refreshing.

See you there!

CLOUDBURST READING NIGHT #3

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2, 2011 7-10PM

DONATE WHAT YOU CAN/FREE. ALL AGES

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