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Ladies and gentlemen, it’s official.

The Nervous Breakdown’s Literary Experience will be taking place at The Echo on Saturday, April 10th, 2010.  Celebrating National Poetry Month.

Many thanks to our friends at Stories Bookstore in Echo Park for their help in making it all congeal.

The details:

WHERE: The Echo – 1822 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles 90026

WHEN: Saturday, April 10th – Doors at 6pm / Show starts at 6:30pm / Show ends at 9pm

ADMISSION: $5

MUSIC BY: 50 Cent Haircut

LIVE READINGS BY:

*Janet Fitch (White Oleander)

*Steve Abee (Great Balls of Flowers)

*Ellyn Maybe (The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry)

*Rich Ferguson (with Butch & Edan Mason)

*Hosted by Milo Martin (Poems for the Utopian Nihilist) and Lenore Zion


Live in the LA area and want to help get the word out?

Please click here to download the incredibly sexy TNBLE-LA promotional postcard thing

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Many thanks,

Milo Martin

TNB Poetry – Co-Editor



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Milo Martin Writer MILO MARTIN, a poet by trade, is the author of a collection of poems entitled Poems for the Utopian Nihilist (Echo Park Press, 2008). Milo has toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe. He has been invited to perform at international literature and poetry festivals in France, Italy, Germany and Croatia as well as numerous venues in Estonia, Switzerland, Holland, Liechtenstein and Serbia. His works have been translated into four languages. Educated at San Francisco State University and the University of Southern California, he currently resides in Los Angeles. Milo is also currently Co-editor of the poetry section of The Nervous Breakdown. He contends that birds and insects are manifest angels.

12 Responses to “The Nervous Breakdown’s Literary Experience at The Echo in Los Angeles – 04.10.10”

  1. Ben Loory says:

    how’d we get 50 cent haircut? that’s cool. i love jay. we used to play with them all the time. i’m sorry i’ll be in denver on the 10th for awp.

    actually i’m not sorry at all! but have a great time!

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  3. I plan on going. Poetry? Yes!!

  4. Uche Ogbuji says:

    Break a leg, ya’ll. AKA merde!

  5. Willy says:

    Is this going to be an on-going series? Please say yes. I can’t make it to the first one, but will definitely attend in the future if the literary experience will be a regular thing!

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