Thursday, July 07, 2005

On the Road

Tonight we begin our journey to Louisville, Kentucky. There on Friday evening I will be reading my poetry at The InKY Reading Series, as part of "Stranger Than Fiction" night. I'm very excited to be taking my act on the road.

In hand, thanks to the awesome efforts of graphic artist/poet/all around great guy Jim Fastiggi, I will have copies of my brand-new chapbook The Incredulity Tour. Which is only fitting, as this trip has been dubbed "The Incredulity Tour." Technically, it is "The Incredulity Tour Tour," I suppose.

Regardless, we are thrilled to be hours away from embarking on this sojourn.

5 Comments:

Anonymous eek said...

See you tomorrow!

11:14 AM  
Anonymous Tom Lavagnino said...

Wishing you a tremendous show/performance/visit-to-Kentucky, you sage! Leave 'em all incredulous!

2:36 PM  
Blogger MsAPhillips said...

FYI, Louisville was ranked #8 most literate city in the US in 2003, by University of Wisconsin.

PLUS they have Colonel Sanders' grave

AND giant chocolate-covered donuts

AND some of Goldfinger was filmed there in 1964!

5:16 PM  
Blogger yournamehere said...

Other fun facts about Louisville:

Part of Stripes was filmed there in 1981.

It is the birthplace of Ned Betty. He took it up the ass in Deliverance.

There really are a lot of delicious fried fish sandwiches to be had.

A lot of people there wear their trucker hats sans irony.

The bars are open till 4am, latest in the country for all cities not named Las Vegas.

The late Hunter S. Thompson was a Louisvillian. In fact, he and I graduated from the same high school.

Eat at Ramsi's Cafe on the World and you will be a happy mo fo.

8:43 PM  
Anonymous Old Pal said...

I JUST now got it. "InKY" -- In Kentucky... Duuuhhh, Kinda profound!

12:51 AM  

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