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Mark Spitzer interviews Andrei Codrescu PDF E-mail
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Mark Spitzer interviews Andrei Codrescu

The conversation took place in the bat cave deep beneath Andrei’s secret castle in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. As usual, he was kicking back in his vintage velvet Prussian throne and I was sitting on a pile of petrified guano. Around us, our ghost companions were watching the discussion in various states of indifference. On Andrei’s side, Ted Berrigan and Francois Villon were chilling out with Tzara and Pasternak. On my side, Rimbaud was pretending to ignore Edward Abbey and Bukowski, who were becoming increasingly intoxicated. Meanwhile, the walls oozed with the literary perspiration of the Earth.
Festival in New Orleans PDF E-mail
1001 Nights Storytelling Fesitval in New Orleans.
Peter Orlovsky, July 8, 1933?May 30, 2010 PDF E-mail
Peter Orlovsky
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July 8, 1933–May 30, 2010
Cabbalah to the Rescue! PDF E-mail
Greenberg looks to science for answers and wonders where is religion when you need it?
WHY:   Watch This Video
Fisherman Speak Out
Praise for Hariette PDF E-mail
Praise for Hariette Surovell

To contact Hariette:

December 26, 2009
Ishmael Reed, who savaged “Precious” himself in a New York Times op-ed piece, also praises Hariette:

WOW!! Hariette Surovell, Thanks for this piece. It's terrific. Best, Ishmael

ps say hello to my old friend Andrei

February 6, 2010
On “Witches and Ghosts”

Hi Robin,

Nice to talk with you. I went to the exquisite cadaver site and was fascinated by Harriette's work. She grew in a different America than I did at the same time! I realized I knew that title from reading about the surrealists, not the publication.

Thanks for the heads up!

More work in 2010!

Ed Cionek
NY Subway Ad Campaign PDF E-mail
A million New Yorkers are good without God.  Are you?
These words are part of a coordinated multi-organizational advertising campaign designed to raise awareness about people who don't believe in a god. The prominent ads will go up Monday, October 26, in a dozen Manhattan subway stations. Placed by Big Apple CoR, the New York City Coalition of Reason, with funding from the United Coalition of Reason, the ads feature an image of blue sky and clouds with the words superimposed over.
Reaching out to nontheists isn't the only goal of the subway campaign. "We want everyone to know that people can be good without religious beliefs," said John Rafferty, a spokesperson for Big Apple CoR. "There is a lot of misinformation out there about us. But we humanists, agnostics and atheists are part of society. We're your friends, neighbors coworkers and family members."
For more details on the subway ad campaign that signals the launch of Big Apple CoR, and for an image of the ad, go to . News will be forthcoming on further developments as they materialize.
Mike Topp: Hey, what's the latest on who shot J.R.? PDF E-mail
Topp Twitters Corpse!
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