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"Tut's Fever" & "A Town Called Panic" + more

The Perch Cafe
Tuesday, February 9th
with open mic to follow

Brant Lyon is a writer of prose, poetry and music. He believes that the last two, though first cousins, should marry and encourage their betrothal to host his monthly reading series, Hydrogen Jukebox. As an ‘artivist’ frequently performing at peace concerts and university events around the U.S., or on radio, he states that a “rose without thorns is not worth sniffing,” so he inhales deeply but with care. He is associate editor for Uphook Press and BigCityLit. His most recent or forthcoming publications include poetry or fiction in Red Wheelbarrow Poets Anthology (volumes 1 and 11), Beyond the Rift, Ganymede, BigCityLit, Cyrano’s Journal, Kestrel and his poemusic CD, Brant Lyon & Friends: Beauty Keeps Laying Its Sharp Knife Against Me. He will be reading with Jane Ormerod, who is the author of Recreational Vehicles on Fire (Three Rooms Press, 2009), 11 Films (Modern Metrics 2008) and the spo¬ken word CD, Nashville Invades Manhattan. She is host of the reading series Emotional Rescue at the Cornelia Street Café, performs throughout the United States and is a founding editor at Uphook Press. Her appearance on Princeton’s live-performance television show, Café Improv, was chosen as one of the best of 2009. 

Come in from the cold and order something warm to eat & drink.

F/R Train to 4th Avenue/9th Street (btwn 5th and 6th St.)


 Interior, "Tut's Fever" (1986-88, Mixed Media).
Commissioned art work by Red Grooms and Lysiane Luong in "Behind the Screen," the core exhibition at Museum of the Moving Image.

Photo credit: David Sundberg, courtesy of Museum of the Moving Image.

 From February 13-21, 2010, the Museum will present daily screenings of the acclaimed Belgian stop-motion animation "A Town Called Panic" in "Tut's Fever." The film is one component of the Museum's Presidents Week family offerings. Workshops for children and gallery demonstrations will also be presented.

Cowboy, Indian, and Horse--and a whole lot of bricks--in Stéphane Aubier & Vincent Patar's A TOWN CALLED PANIC, screening daily at Museum of the Moving Image from February 13 through 21, 2010.
Image courtesy of Zeitgeist Films.

Image courtesy of Zeitgeist Films.

35 AVE AT 37 ST, ASTORIA, NY 11106

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