Thursday, February 7, 2008

upstreet @ Cornelia Street

Please join us for the final reading in the upstreet number three road tour, at the Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia Street, New York City, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, February 25. The Cornelia Street Cafe is the award-winning Greenwich Village restaurant and jazz club, also well known for its literary readings, which has been called "a culinary as well as a cultural landmark." The hosts for this event will be New York City poet Bill Zavatsky and upstreet Editor/Publisher Vivian Dorsel. The readers, both creative nonfiction writers, will be Frank Tempone ("Born Again," p. 11) and Karen D. Taylor ("The Space between Lucidity and Madness," p. 133). Karen, a professional jazz vocalist, will also give a musical performance, accompanied by Marcus Persiani, piano; Andy McCloud, bass; and Jeff Haynes, percussion.

Stop by and say hello, and enjoy the delicious food and drink, excellent music, and outstanding writing.

3 comments:

angelle said...

oh no!!!!! it's on monday?? i have my novel writing class on mondays!! :( hmm. i'll see if i can get out of work early and drop by before my class (class begins at 7).

[word veri: ismut. hee hee!]

Annie said...

Vivian,
Wish I could be there. I've forwarded the blog entry to my daughter, Laura, who lives in the city, and urged her to be there. You're doing amazing stuff! With great admiration, Annie

Don said...

Hi Vivian!
Looks like a cool event! Ah but you know us Berkshireites, one step out of Massachusetts and we turn to dust. Have a great time! See you you soon.
Don