[mgj-discuss] 1st Event at Brian MacKenzie Infoshop!!
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Thu May 1 18:15:16 EDT 2003
Saturday, May 3rd Event: Book reading with Ariel Gore at 2pm
Ariel Gore will read from her new book. She's the founder of Hip Mama
also on the 3rd: an Infoshop Sneak Preview! The space will be open all day
before during and after the event. See below for more info on the space and
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THE WANDERLUST TOUR
Come & hear Ariel Gore reading from her new novel/memoir, Atlas of the Human
"An astounding memoir . . . Gore¹s adventures make gripping reading."
My new book, Atlas of the Human Heart, is finally out!
This is a strange moment for me to have this book coming out. Color coded
anxiety directives & we may as well be in Cold War China for the news we get
on TV. Surely there's never been a more opportune moment to run away from
America. I can't tell you how glad I'll be to be hitting the road in a
couple of weeks, even if I won't be escaping the country. My muscles ache
and my brain aches and I need movement to remind myself that the only
security that matters is the security of the imagination.
I hope to see you soon. . .
"The book is moving, Gore¹s prose lyrical as she navigates through her
complicated teen years . . ."
-- Punk Planet
You can read more about / buy the book here: http://www.arielgore.com
Thanks so much for your support!
Brian MacKenzie Infoshop to open May 5th!!
Mon. - Thurs. 12 - 9pm
Friday 12 - 10pm
Saturday 10 - 10pm
Sunday 12 - 6pm
After more than 4 years, DC's radical Infoshop is finally opening. Here's
some of who we are and what we offer:
Not for Profit
Radical Literature: Books, Zines, Records
Independent Music: Punk, Spoken Word, Hip Hop, Folk and more
Activist Resources, and resources to connect people to service providers,
activist groups and community organizations.
Free Computer access and a radical reading library.
@ 1426 9th Street near the corner of P, NW WDC 20001
Near the Shaw/Howard Metro stop on the greenline
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