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Tonight I’ll be talking to Ellen Datlow, Jack Ketchum, Sonya Taaffe, Maria Dahvana Headley and Alisa Kwitney all of whom are contributors to Viktor Koen’s exhibition anthology—and will be participating in a special reading at the closing of BESTIARY: Bizarre Myths & Chimerical Fancies on January 7 at 6pm.

January 5, 2017

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Wow! That has to be the longest title I’ve ever had for one of these postings…and it doesn’t even give the name of the gallery (United Photo Industries Gallery) or the address (16 Main Street #B, DUMBO, Brooklyn). What was I thinking!?

beast-wishes-viktor-koenSo here’s the scoop: Ellen Datlow was asked to get a bunch of writers—24 to be exact—together to contribute to this “one-of-a-kind” exhibition/anthology/catalog. I’ll be talking to her about how she went about doing this. Then I’ll talk to Jack Ketchum who wrote the introduction. Then three of the 24 contributors: Sonya Taaffe, Maria Dahvana Headley and Alisa Kwitney.

I don’t want to waste any more of your time so I’m going to get right the the 14731186_821786114591811_4618711184384265337_nCLICK HERE portion of the blog. Below you’ll find links to each of these contributors websites and a wikipedia entry about the bizarre character they are writing about.

ENJOY!

CLICK HERE for Viktor Koen’s website.

CLICK HERE for the United Photo Industries website.

CLICK HERE for Ellen Datlow’s webpage.

CLICK HERE for Ellen Datlow’s wikipedia entry.

CLICK HERE for Jack Ketchum’s webpage.

CLICK HERE for Jack Ketchum’s wikipedia entry.

CLICK HERE for Sonya Taaffe’s wikipedia entry.

CLICK HERE for Sonya Taaffe’s “Live Journal” page.

CLICK HERE for more about Sonya Taaffe.

CLICK HERE for Maria Dahvana Headley’s webpage.

CLICK HERE for Maria Dahvana Headley’s wikipedia entry.

CLICK HERE for Alisa Kwitney’s webpage.

CLICK HERE for Alisa Kwitney’s wikipedia entry.

CLICK HERE for the wikipedia entry for Empusa.

CLICK HERE for the wikipedia entry for Argus Panoptes.

CLICK HERE for the wikipedia entry for Tiresias.

CLICK HERE if you’d like to read the blog entry for my interview with Viktor Koen concerning the exhibition BESTIARY: Bizarre Myths & Chimerical Fancies shortly before the show opened at the United Photo Industries Gallery in November 2016.

imagesPlease tune in tonight at 7pm to my radio program Graffiti to listen to my conversation with these folks on Hellenic Public Radio, WNYE, 91.5 fm. Or listen on-line at the HPR website. Or use the TuneIn App on your smart device.

 

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