DREAM TRAVELER: Valery Oisteanu, Ron Kolm & Larissa Shmailo -Sidewalk Café-New York, New York 2014

Organizer: Valery Oisteanu
Contact:  zendadanyc@earthlink.net

Organizer: Ron Kolm
Contact: kolmrank@verizon.net

Organizer:  Larissa Shmailo
Contact: slidingsca@aol.com

100 TPC 2014 flyer

100 Thousand Poets for Change:

 ‘Dream Traveler’

Organized by Valery Oisteanu & Ron Kolm
20 poets from New York read and perform live @ SIDEWALK CAFÉ (Ave A& 6 St)
September 27, 2014, 6-8pm

Tom Walker

Gordon Gilbert
Alan Graubard
Jeff Wright

Ronnie Norpel

Carl Watson
Ilka Scobie
Larissa Shmailo
David St-Lascaux
Jordan Zinovich
Bill Wolak

Max Blagg

Tom Savage
Eliot Katz

Angelo Verga
Ron Kolm

Thad Rutkowski

Shelly Miller

Kelvin Dale

Barry Wallenstein


Media Contacts:
Larissa Shmailo
(212) 712-9865

Ron Kolm
(718) 721-0946

Dream Traveler: 100 Thousand Poets for Change in New York City

@ Sidewalk
94 Avenue A, New York, New York 10009
Saturday, September 27, 6–8 pm

New York City: September 27 marks the fourth annual global event of 100 Thousand Poets for Change, a grassroots movement that brings poets, artists, and musicians together worldwide to call for environmental, social, and political change within the framework of peace and sustainability. There are over 500 events planned worldwide.

The flagship reading in New York City is Dream Traveler, the surrealist vision of noted Romanian poet Valery Oisteanu, co-curated and organized by the leader of the Unbearables literary clan, Ron Kolm. The readers represent New York’s literati, and are Kolm, Larissa Shmailo, Tom Walker Gordon Gilbert, Claudia Serea, Allan Graubard, Jeff Wright, Ronnie Norpel, Carl Watson, Ilka Scobie, David St-Lascaux, Jordan Zinovich, Bill Wolak, Max Blagg, Tom Savage. Angelo Verga,Thad Rutkowski, Shelley Miller, Kelvin Dale, and Wanda Phipps.

All are welcome to attend or organize a 100 Thousand Poets, Musicians, Artists, Photographers, and/or Mimes event. Those who want to get involved may visit www.100tpc.org to find an event near them or sign up to organize an event in their area.

Stanford University recognizes 100 Thousand Poets for Change as an historical event, the largest poetry reading in history, and preserves documentation of its readings and other events in that university’s archives.
About 100 Thousand Poets for Change

Co-Founder Michael Rothenberg (walterblue@bigbridge.org) is a widely known poet, editor of the online literary magazine Bigbridge.org, and an environmental activist based in Northern California. Co-Founder Terri Carrion is a poet, translator, photographer, and editor and visual designer for BigBridge.org.

100 Thousand Poets for Change
P.O. Box 870
Guerneville, CA 95446
Phone: (305) 753-4569


100 TPC pdf ID Sidewalk Cafe Reading 2014

Louise Landes Levi and Kelvin Daly together. Photo series by Daniela Muhling

Drawings by Barbara Rosenthal


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