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Odd Words Update: Poetry, storytelling and more at McKeown’s & Antenna Gallery November 18, 2011

Posted by Mark Folse in books, New Orleans, Odd Words, Poetry, Toulouse Street.
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I can’t believe I dropped these two items from the first publish of Odd Words so these events gets their own listing.

& First, This Friday at 7 p.m. (that’s tonight if Fringe Fest has your head sinning) McKeown’s Books and Difficult Music together with Trembling Pillow Press presents A Night of Storytelling and Poetry with some of New Orleans’ most talented poets and story tellers, Jonathan Kline, Lee Meitzen Grue, and Gina Ferrara, hosted by Megan Burns. Complimentary wine and snacks. McKeown’s is located Uptown at 4737 Tchoupitoulas St.

& Downtown at 7 p.m. the Antenna Gallery features the [PANK] INVASION of New Orleans, featuring a rogue’s gallery of talented contributors to the literary journal PANK who promise “Propositions Sudden & Thereupon Poesy   Contortions   Verse   Dynames   Astounding Feats of Potboiling Fabel.” The participating writers include a Rumpus favorite and honorary Orleanian Antonia Crane; Tessa Fountaine, non-fiction editor of the Black Warrior Review; local Robbi Pounds, memoir/nonfiction novel Rubble Fever; and M. Bartley Seigel, founder of the journal PANK. You can check all the bios on Room 220 here.

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