Please join us on Sunday the 23d to see Marcus Civin, David Brazil, and Sara Larsen. Doors open 6:30 and the event will wrap by 9.
For more encouragement, scroll down to see Michael Smoler's beautiful flyer for this event. But beware. . . the flyer may be a psychoactive tarot card.
Marcus Civin is a Socialist. As a child, he was a floating eggplant with lemon nubs that needed to be scrubbed as his grandfather shot at raccoons out the window. Recently, he has grown fat, beer fat.
sara larsen co-edits TRY! magazine, a bi-monthly literary/arts zine, with david brazil. she curates the earthworm reading series, held once a month in her apartment in san francisco's lower haight, and is founder of earthworm press and projects. chapbooks include doubly circulatory (artifact press), 2000 decembers (ampersand press), and forthcoming this winter, NOVUS (earthworm press).
David Brazil was born in New York and lives in the East Bay. With Sara Larsen, he co-edits TRY, a biweekly xerox publication. His first book, "The Book Called Spring," was published this year by Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs. A chapbook from TAXT Press is forthcoming.
THE SMELL 247 S. Main Street, between 2nd and 3rd St, downtown Los Angeles (enter through the alley in the back--the alley is between Main and Spring, and is named Harlem Court)
$5 at the door, to go to the readers. Fee can be waived for impoverished poets/artists willing to hoist and carry.
Sunday the 23d is not the last Sunday of the Month. It's our yearly November special, on the penultimate Sunday.