> Greetings Process friends,
> In L.A. this weekend? Timothy Archibald, author of
> Sex Machines: Photographs
> and Interviews
> will be in Los Feliz this Sunday, November 27, 8-10
> pm, to present a special
> slide show and reading at the Smart Gals Original
> Old Time Speakeasy in Los
> Feliz (Mt. Hollywood underground, 4607 Prospect
> Ave.)
> Timothy has just returned from a wildly successful
> slideshow tour
> hp
> on the east coast and this will be the last Process
> (and Speakeasy) event of
> the year, so come for the "special lemonade" and an
> inspiring talk on one of
> middle America's most remarkable new subcultures.
> Afterwards, Evangenitals
> L.A.'s will perform.
> Books will be available for purchase, so you can do
> all your holiday
> shopping in one spot and get signed, personally
> inscribed copies of Sex
> Machines for each of your friends and relatives!
> "Without question...the perfect Christmas gift for
> the jaded know-it-all who
> thinks American ingenuity is on the decline."
> -Nightcharm.com
> Hope to see you there!
> Speakeasy
> Sunday November 27th , 8:00 - 10:00pm
> Mt Hollywood Underground
> 4607 Prospect Ave., Los Feliz
> Admission: $7.00 general, $5.00 for members
> Password is "Little Almighty"
This month's smell reading will feature Justin Veach, Michael Smoler, and
Harold Abramovitz, and will begin at approximately 6:30 on Sunday the 27th.

Justin Veach is a provocateur, poet, and Butoh dancer. He enjoys thinking
about and touching his own body. He is a member of the Corpus Delicti Butoh

Michael Smoler is a fearsome and ambiguous presence. He is the author of
chapbooks. He claims his belongings will soon be arriving from the "east

Harold Abramovitz enjoys literature, so much so that he creates his own. His
works are neither here nor there. A potential non-space obeys Harold's
whispered commands.

Come one, come all! smell the poetry!

Feel free to forward this message to other art-lovers and wonderful people.
The next reading will be on Sunday December 18, with Simon Pettet, Stan
Shirinyan and Ara Apps (reading collaborations), Matt Timmons, Jane Sprague,
Jen Hofer, Andrew Maxwell, Joseph Mosconi and many many more, probably.

The readings are also announced at http://smelllastsunday.blogspot.com/
(where there are directions)