,It's going to be slow, and maybe a bit out of order, but it will happen. We need to recover. But as an offering, here's the rest of the stuff from Weekend 1 of the festival:
Paul Bruner's first performance of the night, Presidential Penises and Hanging Chads.
Olchar reads Samuel Taylor Coleridge's 1816 poem, Kublai Khan.
And from exactly 100 years later, Tristan Tzara's Saint of 1916
Warren Fry reads Daniil Kharms' To Ring To Fly.
Lindsann & Fry give you some facts about Rufus Choate.
Paul Bruner's second piece of the night, Square Hatman Goes Glip Nigat.
Reid Bingham organises a circuit-bending chaos session with everyone playing.
Thanks, when we're able we'll get up documentation of weekend 2 with Alan Reed, then the rest of the festival and the last couple Fiddlesticks events....