Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Should I be sad that neither I nor my Venango County author's bibliography project made the cut in Judith Etzel's Derrick story today about Oil Region authors? Perhaps. But I take solace in the fact that Ida Tarbell, Phil Termanand Jamie Dentonwere also absent. Prophets without honor, all.

The Oil City Heritage Society will host a program called "Oil City Wordsmiths" at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 8. The meeting, open free to the public, will be held in the basement meeting room of the Oil City Library.

Amazon goes after Lulu

SHE'S OUT OF MY LEAGUE starring Jay Baruchel and Alice Eve, will begin shooting in the Pittsburgh area in April and May, 2008. Men and women of all races, 18 and over, who are interested in being paid extras are invited to send in several photos and attached them to the Extra Information Form. Mail your form to:
Donna Belajac Casting
109 Market Street
2nd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

ATTN: Extra Casting

Click here to download the EXTRA REGISTRATION FORM

Don't forget Brother Bean hosts Jim Fisher, Associate Professor of Political Science at Edinboro University, in a discussion of "Torture, Law, and American Values" Free and open to the public tonight at 7 pm

Matt Pond Pa has announced a April 25 Pittsburgh, show at Diesel.

On the road to saving two Kerouac sites
Free and Legal Downloads

In honor of National Poetry Month, I'll be posting a different MP3 poem each day of April
I'm in a Beat mood today, so we'll start out with Lawrence Ferlenghetti . Local poets, if you'd like to be featured this month with one of your original poems, drop me a line with an MP3 attached or contact me and, if possible, I'll stop by and record you.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti - "Thoughts to a Concerto of Telemann" (ripped from an LP of indeterminate origin)

Of course, if you're feeling a bit more whacked out on this April Fool's Day, you can always watch Croenberg's version of Burrough's Naked Lunch free and legally on Hulu.

Clare & the Reasons March, 13, 2008 - Austin, TX (SXSW)


Peter A. Greene said...

Yeah, I was overlooked as well. And here I thought I was the greatest living white middle-aged male writer with a view of the Allegheny River in Venango County. Credentials just don't count for anything these days...

Dittman said...

Au contraire mon frere!:
"There are the specific topic publications, too . . .Peter Greene wrote 'Musical Service'"