11.15.2007

Please come to the next Smell Sunday Reading, this month coming a week earlier due to holiday, on Sunday November 18.
Readers will be:
Joseph Mosconi
Teresa Carmody
Marcus Civin

The Smell is located at 247 South Main Street, between 2nd and 3rd Street, enter through the alley (Harlem Way).
As always, Doors open at 6:30 pm, Five Dollars at the door, and please tell your friends who may be interested.

Joseph Mosconi is a writer, linguist and lexicographer based in Los Angeles. He is co-editor of the forthcoming literary and art journal, Area Sneaks. His poetry and criticism has been published in various publications, including Public Speaking; Greetings: A Magazine of the Sound Arts; New Yipes Reader; Primary Writing; Shampoo; The Filip Review; and in the liner notes to the Other Cinema DVD release Golden Digest by video techno-terrorists Animal Charm.
Teresa Carmody is the author of Requiem, a collection of short stories (Les Figues, 2005) and the forthcoming Eye Hole Adore (PS Books, 2008). Other work has appeared in various publications, including Slope, Fold Magazine, Stolen Purse, LA Weekly, and 4th Street. She was one of the organizers of the original Ladyfest, which spawned an international grassroots movement, and co-organizer of Feminaissance, a colloquium on women and writing at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. She is currently co-director of Les Figues Press and co-curator of the Smell Last Sunday Reading series in downtown Los Angeles.
Marcus Civin, born in Boston in 1976, grew up in Baltimore and received a BA in Theater from Brown in 1999. Last year, Marcus moved to Los Angeles from San Franciso to pursue an MFA in Studio Art at UC Irvine. In Los Angeles, Marcus has participated in exhibitions at High Energy Constructs and Monte Vista Projects. Recent publications of text-based drawings and writings include Kadar Koli 2 (edited by David Hadbawnik), Mirage #4/Period(ical) #142 (edited by Kevin Killian and Dodie Bellamy), Fold Appropriate Text Volume No. 1 (edited by Stan Aps and Mat Timmons) and Uncontained: Writers and Photographers in the Garden and the Margins (edited by Jennifer Heath).
went through THREE doorbells the past few weeks, bought a different kind:

"different sounds for front, back, and other doors"
is translated to
diversos sonidas para les puertas del fronte, trasera y otras"

but the list is not:

dong
ding dong
westminster chime
star spangled banner
hail, hail the gang's all here
jingle bells
auld sang lyne
dixie
the yellow rose of texas
happy birthday
beethoven's fifth
joy to the world
take me out to the ballgame