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Tuesday January 25, 2011 2:26 pm
Cousin Corinne’s Reminder #2: Dean Haspiel & Tim Hamilton
USA Today reports on a new literary magazine that's straight out of Brooklyn.
It's Cousin Corinne's Reminder. Now why should you care?
Because it's got a full color comics section packed with contributions from Tim Hamilton, Joan Reilly, Michele Fiffe, Dean Haspiel and Jen Ferguson. My pal Tim calls Cousin Corinne's Reminder a "cool new lit mag," and who am I to argue as the second issue hits the stands.
According to the editors, "Cousin Corinne's Reminder is bi-annual journal published by BookCourt, which features writing, comix, photography, and art."
If you're in the Brooklyn area on Wednesday, January 26 from 7-10pm, drop in at Bookcourt (163 Court St.) for the official launch party for the second issue.
There will be an opening performance by George Emilio Sanchez. Readings by Priscilla Becker, Todd Colby, Stanley Crouch, Catherine Lacey, and Adam Wilson.
Plus Comix Block presentations by Dean Haspiel & Joan Reilly, and signings by Comix Block contributors Tim Hamilton, Jen Ferguson, and Michel Fiffe.
Best of all? "The event will include lots of drinks."
So get this art party started and pay some attention to a brand-new magazine in an old-school print form.
[Artwork: Cousin Corinne's Reminder #2]
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