SAVE THE DATES! JUNE 8TH & JUNE 10TH!
MAD HATTERS' REVIEW FUNDRAISER COMING UP!
THE INFAMOUS MAD HATTERS' MAELSTROM OF 2007
In order to survive and expand, alas, we need currency. As usual, a print anthology of text and visuals is a possibility, and some payment for contributors and staff, another. But for now, I'll be happy to raise sufficient funds to keep us going gloriously for another year or two or three or four (until a tsunami claims New York). The journal has grown and succeeded way beyond its founding mothers' and fathers' expectations (thanks to our gifted staff and volunteers); we mad hatters believe that it's a unique, trend-setting force, an example of what an online multimedia journal of expansive, manic vision and quality can do.
**** We are seeking books from authors of published works, CDS/DVDS from musicians/composers and filmmakers, and other donations to be sold at our silent auction. For visual artists, the costs of print/duplication production and shipping/posting will be reimbursed by Management, and artists are invited to set their minimum "cap" of proceeds, so (if requested), we may refund some of the proceeds (we will possibly have a form).
Collaborative multimedia artists ORIN BUCK and JOEL SIMPSON are on board, as well as DEBRA DI BLASI, author of the already famous new book, The Jiri Chronicles and Other Fictions, and our Guest Editor for Issue 8.
Please note that this second weekend in June is hereby designated THE INFAMOUS MAD HATTERS' MAELSTROM OF 2007. We'll be offering our series reading on June 8th, which will include a reading by VANESSA PLACE, author of the novel DIES: A SENTENCE, an apt title for a publication by a criminal appeals lawyer. And by the way, the novel consists of only one sentence (but with punctuation). An excerpt may be found at the KGB Bar Lit Review's website. Two actor friends will read an excerpt or excerpts from my play HAM & HEN, SISSY BOYD will read one of her very short plays, & DEBRA DI BLASI will read whatever she wishes.
Stay in tune for details!
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