October 07, 2005

So (he says with an unconvincing air of inevitabilty)

So, the word on the street is that the Kettle of Fish appearance will happen on 10/26 as originally schemed. (59 Christopher St., Greenwich Village, NYC.)

It's going to start at 7 and end at 8. Also appearing: Lise Johnson, who will read from her manuscript The Bauble that Bought Manhattan; and Eisa Ulen, who will read from her forthcoming novel Redemption's Daughter. I'm going to read from King Dork, and preview some of the songs from the book, plus other songs, perhaps, as time permits. I did a similar type of thing a ways back in LA and it was a lot of fun.

So here's the recap:

Wed., October 26, at The Kettle of Fish, 59 Christopher St., Greenwich Village, NYC. 7 pm to 8 pm.
with Lise Johnson and Eisa Ulen

Sat., October 29, at Rudy's, 372 Elm St., New Haven, CT (203) 865-1242. 9 pm.

This is a being billed as a Hallowe'en Party and there are several other acts. My bit is going to be an acoustic set.

Wed., November 9, at The Bottom of the Hill, 1233 17th St. at Missouri, San Francisco, CA. (415) 621-4455. w/The Specs and Kevin Army. 8:30 pm.

Posted by Dr. Frank at October 7, 2005 06:22 PM | TrackBack

Wish I could be there. I heard that the LA gig was fun.

Posted by: Andren at October 8, 2005 10:02 AM

Now is this an actual book tour that you're deciding as you go where you go or just a few stops to read, sing & dance - either way I would, naturally, recommend you to make a stop in Chicago. I go to college closer to Fort Wayne in IN - either which way would be wonderful! good luck with your shows =D

Posted by: the Allyson at October 10, 2005 06:45 PM

Hey Frank, sorry I won't be able to make it up to NYC from Philly that night. I really wish I could, though. BTW, have you ever read "Cain's Book" by Alexander Trocchi? That club is right where some of the Village beatnik dissipation takes place in the book.

Posted by: Nick at October 11, 2005 08:51 PM

hopefully i can make that ny date. how much is it to get in? just curious because i work freelance hahaha

Posted by: barbie at October 14, 2005 07:33 PM