March 2010

svetainė lietuviams…
(for my Lithuanian friends)

Meet the Guerrilla Girls,
a women’s activist group
with imagination & humor
for the right purpose

Here are three amazing books I have been reading on and off simultaneously, lately (I never read only one book, I keep switching between three, four, and more at the same time):

Matthew Coppa, {}.

Hiroaki Sato, One Hundred Frogs: From Renga to Haiku to English.

Sir Thomas Browne: The Major Works.

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My First New York just came out yesterday, from the editors of New York magazine. Along with Yogi Berra, Liz Smith, Diane von Furstenberg, Cindy Sherman, and many others, I talk about my arrival in New York. You can see an excerpt HERE. The book is available through the publisher.

The other day, in mid-afternoon,
Kristijonas, Sebastian, and myself,
we paid a visit to Shigeko Kubota
in her Soho, Mercer Street loft —

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This year I will be on the jury of the DotFest Online Film Festival: April 1-18.
See their interview with me, HERE.

A meeting of film activists at the Film-makers’ Cooperative:

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An extraordinary example of music for the prepared piano — and one of the last performances of Lucia Dlugoszewski, a visionary composer:

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With Pip, Benn, and Zevola, we goof around in Venice, 2005:

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