Wordbridge Fair Tomorrow!

On December 8th: the first WORDBRIDGE FAIR in Manhattan.

Plant consciousness crosses roads with speculative fiction and contemporary art show. All day program with authors and artists. Relaxed ambience and music for art viewing, book signings and chit chat between scheduled readings which will begin on time. Check the full program at www.wordbridgefair.org.

FREE OF CHARGE. All day from 3 to 9pm.
Saturday, December 8th 2007.
Salomon Arts Gallery, 83 Leonard Street, 4th Floor.

Members of the press and for press releases, contact Anjula Duggal of LevitatingMonkey at anj@levitatingmonkey.com

Visionary Plant Consciousness 3-4pm
J.P. Harpignies, the editor, will survey some first hand accounts of science’s attempts to understand these ancient and uncommon ways of knowing.

AUNT DISSY’S TRAVELING MEDICINE SHOW 5-6pm & 7-8pm
Sheree Renee Thomas, editor of the Dark Matter Series will host presenting authors: ihsan bracy, Jacqueline Johnson, Linda Addison, Gerard Houarner, Celeste Rita Baker, Jill Robinson and Terence Taylor.

GROUP ART SHOW throughout and viewing every other hour after a reading.

Art show featuring works by visual artists Adger Cowans, Jack White, Loren Standlee, Satyakam Saha, Rafael Leonardo Black, Bob K Hill, and Timujin.

Artist submissions and general inquiries: Celina Davis at celinaD007@gmail.com

Wordbridgefair.org is an initiative of Cool Grove Publishing Inc, and is produced with the kind sponsorship of LevitatingMonkey.com, Salomon Arts Gallery, Wanganegresse Press, East of Eighth, Freedom Academic Movement.

Cool Grove Press is a recipient of the 2007-2008 Jerome Foundation/CLMP (Council of Literary Magazines and Presses) Face Out Regrant.

Publisher Spotlight: Cool Grove Press

coolgrovepresslogo.jpgCool Grove Press is an independent publisher based in Brooklyn, NY. Founded and run by Tej Hazarika, the press is a current recipient of the Jerome Foundation, CLMP Face-Out Re-grant awarded to raise the profile of two of its authors. ‘Small enough’ to publish an average of two titles per year, Cool Grove Press is a member of the New York Center for Independent Publishing (NYCIP) and the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP).

To better serve and encourage creative communities, on December 8, 2007 the publisher launches the very first WordBridgeFair. This Cool Grove venue was created to help cultivate and showcase talent, and to provide a web based bulletin board and resource site for participating artists and their audiences. Click the link for more information!

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