10.04.2008

Title: Marjan's Opening

Date: Saturday October 4, 2008
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: (LA Art Association/Gallery 825) 825 N La Cienega Blvd
Street: 825 N La Cienega Blvd
City State Zip: Los Angeles, CA 90069
Phone: 310 980 5548
Notes: I believe that the fun stuff starts around 8:00 - 8:30 ish
still trying to figure out the methodology for the issue 1 anthology, though "Luke Daly's" poem might be a WCW rewrite, with the red and the rain and the birds

found this on essay 411

Sources list for CATHERINE DALY

Dali, Salvador: (Essay in) "Dali, Dali, Dali" Draeger, Imprimateurs, 1974
"Invention of the Monsters"

Abrams, Harry N,: (Essay in) Dali, Dali, Dali", Draeger Imprimateurs, 1974
"Invention of the Monsters"

Editors. "Salvador Dali Art Gallery." Dali-gallery.com. 2004. 29 Dec. 2004. < [1]http://www.dali-gallery.com/html/dali.php >
Salvador Dali

Edwards, Catherine. "Introduction." Lives of the Caesars. Suetonius. Ed. Catherine Edwards. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.
Caesar's Military Career

Rafferty, Catherine. (October 19, 2001). Socrates in the Apology. Retrieved from the Internet at: http://catherine.rafferty.org/index.htm.
The Alleged Hypocrisy of Socrates
"my" poem in issue 1 hoax anthology

A majority

Distant as an exultation
An end of keys
A liberty
Like a matter
Eternity
Coming goals and novel shouts
Like a day
Like a spirit
Flesh
Hocks turned without mud
Sure windows and omnipotent
. shanties
Boring heaven
Bonnie as a content
Candid as sleep
The candid skies
A mistake of majorities
Covert as a shout

Catherine Daly
page 1808

the question is, how was it written? I don't think it was written from my work, because I rarely use similies, prepositional phrases starting with "of" or the words "spirit," "candid," and "covert" -- unless it was babelfished a few times, or if it is googleism from reviews? or from words that rarely appear -- you know, one-use words

9.30.2008

Late Night Snack
at BPD at the REDCAT lounge
Tuesday, Again On Tuesday, but Earlier!
Tuesday, September 30 at 7:30pm
...

FREE

eat a little muenster cheese. From what I've been waking up sitting
there are those other times I get out of craker in the night eating
really bad for everyone because I reach for about 2 tbsp.
If you still do, just make me FAT! Yeah...midnight
snacking really high carb stuff like crackers. I know people here are
taking in my appitite because I know people here are those 20 crackers
is pretty bad for a portion on a change in the music, dance,
manifestos, theory, poems, pictures, masks and get that guest artists
will hopefully help you wake up a better alternative for cottage
cheese - it's filling and simultaneous poetry. The soirees were often
raucous events with aromatic forms attacked the craving, it reduces
the audience attacked the cabaret ye Cabaret's stage.
Ye Cabaret's stage. Mirroring the body.
Just be very strict with new forms attacked the middle


At Late Night Snack on February 17, 2008:
Allison Carter read.
Caribbean Fragoza read.
Danielle Adair read.



At Late Night Snack on November 15, 2007:
Sean Deyoe lectured.
Michelle Detorie read.
Sandy Ding and Mathew Timmons improvised a film score.
Ara Shirinyan read.
Teresa Carmody and Vanessa Place read and asked others to read.
Amanda Ackerman and Harold Abramowitz read.
Jason Brown lectured and led a sing-along.
Danielle Adair performed.
Honey Crawford, Jen Hofer and Billy Mark created poetry.
Laura Steenberge talked.
Liz Glynn and Matt Kool performed.



At Late Night Snack on October 25, 2007: Sandy Ding screened two
films, accompanied by Laura Steenberge on bass. Heather Lockie played
banjo and sang, accompanied by Laura Steenberge on bass. Mitsu Salmon
performed. Marcus Civin read. … At Late Night Snack on October 11,
2007: Susanne Hall read and presented a movie with Ryan Adlaf. Harold
Abramowitz and Mathew Timmons collaborated. Amanda Ackerman read.
Jason Brown lectured about poetry and memory. Michelle Detorie read. …
At Late Night Snack on September 27, 2007: Gerard Olson read. Michael
Smoler read. Catherine Daly read. Laura Steenberge & Heather Lockie
composed and performed a film score. Michael Kelleher read. Emily Lacy
played guitar and banjo and sang. … At Late Night Snack on September
13, 2007: Liz Glynn performed Untitled. Ara Shirinyan read. Eileen
Myles read. … At Late Night Snack on August 7, 2007: Harold Abramowitz
and Mathew Timmons collaborated. Amanda Ackerman read. Ara Shirinyan
presented a paper. Jenny Hodges showed slides and read. Everyone
collaborated with the internet. … At Late Night Snack on July 24,
2007: Mary Kite showed a video and read. Laura Steenberge played bass
and Heather Lockie played fiddle, they both sang. Jane Sprague read.
Franklin Bruno played guitar and sang. … At Late Night Snack on July
10, 2007: Danielle Adair read and danced. Maximus Kim presented his
manifesto. C.J. Pizarro told 3 jokes, read 3 poems and sang 3 songs.
Stan Apps read. … At Late Night Snack on June 26, 2007: Alyssandra
Nighswonger played guitar and sang. Jane Sprague presented Syria is in
the World by Ara Shirinyan. Ara Shirinyan read from Syria is in the
World by Ara Shirinyan. The Year Zero played music. Alan Semerdjian &
Will Alexander created music. … At Late Night Snack on June 12, 2007:
A film by Danielle Adair. Will Alexander gave a lecture. Laura
Steenberge played bass and sang. Todd Collins read. Stan Apps read.
Lee Ann Brown did string tricks. Tony Torn and Lee Ann Brown presented
a reading. … At Late Night Snack on May 29, 2007: A film by Nick
Flavin. Jane Sprague performed. Laura Steenberge gave a lecture. Emily
Lacy played banjo and sang. Will Alexander read. … At Late Night Snack
on May 15, 2007: Ara Shirinyan read. Laura Steenberge played guitar
and sang. Emily Lacy spontaneously played guitar and sang. Dan
Richert's hi-tech hut made sound. … At Late Night Snack on April 24,
2007: A film by Danielle Adair. Laura Steenberge played stand-up bass
and sang. Teresa Carmody read. Sean Deyoe performed karaoke. Stan Apps
read. Sandy Ding performed the Flash Light Show with Laura Steenberge.
… At Late Night Snack on April 10, 2007: Emily Lacy played banjo and
sang. Jen Hofer and Billy Mark created spontaneous poetry. WAMPA
staged the Dialectical Fuss. Frederique de Montblanc and Janne Larsen
presented the Masculinihilist Manifesto. … At Late Night Snack on
March 20, 2007: Maximus Kim explained his manifesto. Ara Shirinyan.
Milly Saunders read. Frederique de Montblanc and Janne Larsen
presented a film. Jen Hofer read, assisted by William Mark. … At Late
Night Snack on March 6, 2007: Mathew Timmons read. Oliver Hall played
guitar and sang. Emily Lacy played banjo and sang. Stan Apps lectured
spontaneously. … At Late Night Snack on Feb 20, 2007: Michael Smoler
read handmade tarot cards and projected them on the wall. Emily Lacy
played banjo and sang. Ara Shirinyan read. Jane Sprague read, assisted
by Marcus Civin. … At Late Night Snack on Feb 6, 2007: Marcus Civin
performed. Oliver Hall played guitar and sang. Roy Lanoy (Stan Apps)
read from the WAMPA mailbag and dispensed advice. Alex Maslansky
played guitar and sang. Nature's Nobleman, Sir Oliver Hall, read from
his WAMPA Conference address. Emily Lacy played banjo and sang. Teresa
Carmody and Vanessa Place presented Turkey Trot. … At Late Night Snack
on Jan 16, 2007: Marcus Civin performed, Oliver Hall played guitar and
sang, Lloyd Ducal (Joseph Mosconi) and Roy Lanoy (Stan Apps) presented
the tenets of WAMPA, Michael Smoler read handmade tarot cards and
projected them on the wall, Darin Klein presented Untitled Performance
with Stan Apps, Jesse Aron Green, Steven Reigns, and Christopher
Russell, Emily Lacy played banjo, fiddle, and sang … At Late Night
Snack on Dec 19, 2006: Oliver Hall played guitar and sang, Cat Lamb
and Lewis Keller performed a composition for viola and electrified
cymbal/electronics, Stan Apps read, Khanh Tran performed a recital on
the theremin … At Late Night Snack on Dec 5, 2006: Oliver Hall played
guitar and sang, Michael Smoler read handmade tarot cards and
projected them on the wall, "Ghost drawings 'were' brought fourth
throught the ouija board assisted by christian cummings and michael
decker.", Teresa Carmody and Vanessa Place played Judgment Day Bingo
with the audience, Ara Shirinyan read … At Late Night Snack on Nov 21,
2006: Ara Shirinyan read, Sandy Ding performed the Flash Light Show,
Oliver Hall played guitar and sang.
...
REDCAT is located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles at 631 W. 2nd
St., on the northeast corner of the intersection with Hope St. We are
housed in the Walt Disney Concert Hall complex but have our own
separate street entrance on 2nd St.
Directions to REDCAT


From US-101 southbound: Exit at Temple St. in downtown Los Angeles and

turn left (east) onto Temple. Turn right at Grand Ave. Turn right at
2nd St., then turn right again into the Walt Disney Concert Hall
parking garage. Proceed to level P3 for the REDCAT entrance.


From US-101 northbound: Exit at Grand Ave. in downtown Los Angeles and

turn right (south) onto Grand. Turn right at 2nd St., then turn right
again into the Walt Disney Concert Hall parking garage. Proceed to
level P3 for the REDCAT entrance.


From I-110 southbound: Merge onto US-101 southbound as you approach

downtown Los Angeles and follow the directions above.


From I-110 northbound: Exit 4th Street. Turn left at Lower Grand Ave.

Before Lower Grand dead ends, turn left into Walt Disney Concert Hall
parking garage. Proceed to Level P3 for the REDCAT entrance.

Via Metro Rail: Take the Metro Red Line to the Civic Center Station.
Proceed west on 1st St., turn left (south) on Grand Ave., and turn
right (west) again on 2nd Street. The REDCAT entrance is at the corner
of 2nd and Hope Streets.

The Metro Gold Line connects to the Red Line at Union Station, one
stop east of the Civic Center Station. The Metro Blue Line connects to
the Red Line at the 7th St./Metro Center Station, two stops west of
the Civic Center Station. See mta.net.
Parking

Please plan on arriving at least 30 minutes before curtain time.
Seating at REDCAT is unreserved, and late seating is not guaranteed.

Parking is available in the Walt Disney Concert Hall parking garage.
Enter from 2nd St. and proceed to level P3 for direct access to
REDCAT. The evening event rate is $8 after 5 p.m. Before 5 p.m., the
maximum daytime rate is $17.

Please note that parking rates at Walt Disney Concert Hall are
determined by the County of Los Angeles and are subject to change
without notice.

Self-parking is also available at the Five Star parking lot on the
corner of Hope St. and Kosciuszko Way. This lot is open until 7 p.m.
and offers maximum daytime rates of $10, and $6 after 4 p.m.