Bushwick Book Club is featured on the first episode of the new TV show created by BBC founder, Susan Hwang called The La La La Show. Watch at 9:30pm today on channels TWC56 RCN83 FIOS34 and livestream on www.mnn.org click on MNN2.
The other option is to come to the SCREENING PARTY at SUPERFINE in DUMBO, BROOKLYN.
Come to the screening party! Watch the show projected in this fine establishment as BBC establishes itself as a TV entity. Bring your own M&Ms or rosemary roasted pecans or celery, because it’s a BYOSnacks situation. Hobnob with people who write songs about books. We all smell different, and we like assignments.
It’s our Vonnegut tradition. This year, we create inspired by GALAPAGOS. The days are getting longer, and we’re reading Vonnegut, listening for song and dance and poetry and snacks… Please join us in acoustically magnificent and Vonnegut-friendly venue, CounterEvolution for the show!
JANUARY 21st, 8pm
37 W. 17th St., 2nd Floor
New York, NY
Friday, November 6th, Bushwick Book Club presents new, original music inspired by the first ever Book Riot Live convention in Manhattan! It’s the coming together of two, book-loving communities celebrating literature from every conceivable angle and then making up new ones. The first Book Riot Live is a reader convention unlike any other, bringing readers and authors together with all manner of book-related activity including games, live podcasts, discussions and trivia. Bushwick Book Club is the first musical/literary cross-over event of its kind with chapters in Los Angeles, Seattle, New Orleans and Malmo, Sweden. On November 6th, the two come together at The Living Room in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for a performance of new original music inspired by the work of Book Riot Live panelists and featured authors.
September, 14th, 8pm - Join us at the venerable, delicious, creative hotbed known as SUPERFINE for our presentation of new music and performance inspired by Betty Smith’s classic, A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN. It’s an Official Brooklyn Book Festival Bookend Event!
Get ready for new music inspired by history as told by Sarah Vowell… this is the stuff Friday nights are made of.
New songs by:
CLAUDIA GODDARD, musician of Hawaiian slack key guitar and ‘ukulele.
JOHN-MARIO SEVILLA, Hawaiian hula dancer
Featured Visual artist: TOMMY CHENG, folk artist specializing in portraits of Hawaiian dancers, musicians and Hawaiian royalty.
DJ DUCTTAPE is spinning afterwards. Get your literature-inspired groove on!
Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/439010896270487/
Flyer by Julie LamendolaShare