July 13, 2007

I guess I should have mentioned, in yesterday's blog, that Ada Books will be closed on Saturday. And furthermore, it will closed on Sunday, then again on Monday, dark on Tuesday, shut on Wednesday. On Thursday, it will be business as usual or with luck, better than usual. On Friday, we'll have some poetry. Matthew Henriksen and Thibault Raoult will read from their work. Here's what Kate Schapira (our humble organizer) has to say about them: Matthew Henriksen co-edits Typo and Cannibal
and curates The Burning Chair Readings in Brooklyn. He has a chapbook, Is Holy, from horse less press. Recent poems appear in MiPoesias, Absent Magazine, Agriculture Reader, Wildlife, Lit, Third Coast, Redivider and Forklift, Ohio. Born in Pithiviers, France, yet raised in Rochester, NY, Thibault Raoult now lives in Providence, RI, often refusing to vacate Brown
U.'s Literary Arts Program's Lounge. Fortunately, he parts the program. With work in Octopus 4 (nominated for a Pushcart Prize) and typo 8, Thibault will soon have 'some' book appear in the Cannibal Series, likely entitled √Čl P.E. (physical education of the elevated
train) featuring "Pro(m)bois(e)"—for serious. A former Dolin Scholar at the University of Chicago, he generates—at 6'6"—the dreams [of the
congregation of details, a tricoastal rock ensemble.
It will start around 6pm and there will be wine and snacks and air-conditioned air. Won't you join us, Stranger?

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