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4--TEXT--Raw material texts available from Richard Francis

Richard Francis has these texts available which you are free to borrow if you are looking for raw material.

By Andre Breton:

Selections (poetry & prose)

Earthlight

Nadja

A Bilingual Anthology of Poems

The Writings of Marcel Duchamp

3--SITE: Dada Magazine (1917 - 1918)--and then some, look around

more to this SITE than just the magazine, look around.
Subject: SITE: Dada Magazine (1917 - 1918)
To: onehundredonehours@yahoo.com
Date: Wednesday, April 23, 2008, 7:45 PM
Hello Richard,
Perhaps you already know this, but UBUWEB has just released issues 1, 2 and 3 of Dada Magazine as downloadable PDFs:

2--TEXT--Raw material available at the Central Library

If you're not sure where to start, here are some book available at the Central Library.

1. Dada: performance, poetry, and art by John D. Erickson

2. Ombres et soleil/Shadows and Sun, writings of Paul Eluard

3. Geography and Plays by Gertrude Stein

4. At the roots of the stars: short plays of Djuna Barnes

(note: I didn't real all but did look through and didn't find what

had been promoted as "dada plays")

1--NEWS--WELCOME, and so we begin ...

WELCOME TO "THE DOMAIN OF THE
MARVELOUS"

No longer is it a matter of the narrow
roads where traditional beauty is offered in its clarity and
obviousness to the admiration of the crowds. The crowds were taught
the victory of intelligence over the world and the submission of the
forces of nature to man.

Now it is a question of seizing and
admiring a new art which leaves humankind in its true condition,
fragile and dependent, and which nevertheless, in the very spectacle
of things ignored or silenced, opens unsuspected possibilities to the
artist.

0--TEXT/CALL--Opening Night Live(Aug. 27@7p) Cabaret script and cast call

This is the text for the Cabaret which will be performed live Wed,
Aug. 27 at 7p to open the dada/surrealism festival and which will be
produced by Richard Francis.

There are two “pre-made” events
within the cabaret which I am open to having be produced by anyone
else who wants to take them on ... or I will. Those two events also
need cast and are open to anyone interested.

The 273 numbered lines will be drawn by
lot the night of the show and are open to all listeners and volunteers
who wish to come down to the station to participate and arrive by 5:45p
sharp.

of the Marq'ssan cycle

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for the Old Mole 23 June 2008

The Marq’ssan cycle consists of five feminist science fiction novels by L. Timmel Duchamp.  The first four novels—Alanya to Alanya, Renegade, Tsunami, and Blood in the Fruit—are already available through the Multnomah County Library, and by the time you’ve read those, they should have the fifth, Stretto, officially to be released in July 2008, but already available from the publisher, Aqueduct Press

Youth Radio Camp July 7-11! Deadline June 27th

KBOO Community Radio is proud to announce the 2008 KBOO Youth in Broadcast Journalism Summer Intensive. This program will be July 7-11, 2008 at KBOO Radio, 20 SE 8th Ave. in Portland. We also hope to do some reporting from City Hall and other locations around the city of Portland.

Voices from the Edge June 19, 2008

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Voices from the Edge

Real progressive talk radio
Thursdays, 7:30 - 9 a.m.
KBOO 90.7 FM Portland; 100.7 FM Corvallis; 91.9 FM Columbia Gorge

This Thursday: Freedom of Speech and Civil Discourse - Must One Come at the Cost of the Other?

Thank You Pink Martini!

A huge KBOO hug of appreciation goes out to Pink Martini for pulling off a fabulous 4-night Fundfest extravaganza! Fundfest 2008 raised over $66,000 which will be split into a generous $16,000+ for each of the beneficiary organizations. Aside from KBOO, the other amazing non-profits included Friends of Trees, Outside In and the Bicycle Transportation Alliance. Pink Martini put on some very exciting concerts, along with wonderful opening bands Portland Cello Project, 3 Leg Torso, The Stolen Sweets and the Fjord Motor Company.

 

on the relation between queer and immigrant movements

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for The Old Mole 9 June 2008

Certainly both groups have faced legislative attacks. Richard Fricker on Consortium News is only one of several recent writers to note what he calls a “surge of theocracy tinged with white racialism,” which he sees in a series of recent measures in Oklahoma.

But of course it’s not just Oklahoma.

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