Friday, June 29 at 7:30pm
at Betalevel (directions below)

Please join us for H-Society, a reading at Betalevel featuring Lee
Ann Brown, Catherine Daly, Thérèse Bachand, and Stephanie Rioux.

Lee Ann Brown is the author of Polyverse and The Sleep That Cahnged
Everything. She will read samples of three or four on-going projects,
currently titled Philtre, Other Archer, A Midsummer Cushion (with
Peter Culley), and Grounds for Charlotte. She has collaborated with
Tony Torn on several poets plays and film projects and is enjoying
exploring Los Angles this eary summer 2007.

Thérèse Bachand is the author of two forthcoming books - luce a
cavallo from Green Integer Books, and Daughter of the Ephemeral Word
from i.e. Press.

Catherine Daly is publisher of i.e. Press and author of DaDaDa,
Locket, Secret Kitty, To Delite and Instruct, Paper Craft,
Chanteuse / Cantatrice, and the forthcoming Heavy Rotation and
Vauxhall. She will tell fortunes and lead a tongue twister marathon.

Stephanie Rioux graduated from California Institute of the Arts with
an MFA in Writing in Spring 2005. Her writings have appeared in the
literary journals nocturnes (re)view, Trepan, Black Clock, Primary
Writing, and Traffic. She teaches English and writing in Diamond Bar,
California, and co-curates LA-Lit with Mathew Timmons.

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Directions to Betalevel

1. Find yourself in front of "FULL HOUSE RESTAURANT"
located at 963 N. Hill Street in Chinatown, Los Angeles

2. Locate the narrow alley on the left hand side of Full House.

3. Walk about 20 feet down the alley (away from the street).

4. Stop.

5. Notice dumpster on your right hand side.

6. Take a right and continue down the alley.

7. Exercise caution so as not trip on the wobbly cement blocks underfoot

8. The entrance to Betalevel is located 10 yards down on left side,
behind a red door, down a black staircase.


more from none ofthe above

Joanne Kyger mentions Bobbie Louise Hawkins
Frenchy and Cuban Pete, & OTHER STORIES (TOMBOUCTOU), and Back To Texas (BEAR HUG)
I love internet archive recorded classes

and coach house
Coach House/Longriver Press, $7

Bobbie Louise Hawkins' Almost Everything is just that. It leaves out her scattered poems and any direct reference to her two unhappy marriages and the children they produced. What remains, two collections of short prose pieces and nine new stories, run a mere 172 pages -- the condensed version of a life punctuated, as Tillie Olsen might put it, by "silences." So when Hawkins speaks, it's that much more pungent.

teaching at naropa

Rebecca Wright
re her salon by peter schjeldahl
a great disappointment of mine that he read at the hammer before anything was set up and any poets in town knew he was around (well, maybe some of the otis crowd knew?)

Edna Kramer what a great "witch of agnesi" article googling that name brought up!

Lynne Dreyer recommends Natalie Sarraute

Julia Vose, Bolinas / nyc strikes again

Carol Clee
Lee Lally (Michael Lally's then wife)
Elana Nachman [dykewomon]
Chris Raridan

Beth Joselow, fairly well known dc poet. book on chax, etc.
since these names are from NONE OF THE ABOVE, a spare copy! given to me by Tom Orange, these are most likely names from early Poetry Project & environs

Rebecca Brown
Regina Beck
Sandy Berrigan (posted here previously as a *quilt maker*)
Joshua Norton
Rebecca Wright
Rachelle Bijou
Josephine Clare
(Maureen Owen's list also included Lyn Hejinian, Susan Howe, Charles North)

guess who Dave Morice listed (aside from Joyce Holland)?

Ann Knish & Emanuel Morgan! The hoax poets!