Help Fund Boog City 100 and 9th Annual Fest Program

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Hey everybody,

I’m writing this because we need your help to make the physical issue of
Boog City number 100 and the program for the Welcome to Boog City 9
festival realities.

Boog City 100 will contain coverage of independent writers and artists in
our art, film, music, poetry, printed matter, and small press departments.

Boog City 101 will be the program for our 9th annual Welcome to Boog City
festival. WBC9 will kick off on Boog’s 24th anniversary, Wed. Aug. 5 at
Prospect Heights, Brooklyn’s Unnameable Books, running there through Sun.
Aug. 9, with poets, musical acts, a d.a. levy lives visiting press, a
panel, and a Poetry Talk Talk, featuring two poets reading and in
conversation with one another. The festival will conclude on Aug. 9 in The
East Village at Sidewalk Cafe with an evening of Poets Theater and live
performances of The Beatles’ and The Replacements’ Let it Be albums.

Our goal is to produce physical copies of both of these issues. We would
then distribute 2,000 copies of them to drop spots in Williamsburg and
Greenpoint, Brooklyn; and The East Village and other points in lower

We need to raise $270 for each issue, $540 total, to help make this happen,
and donations of any and all amounts are welcomed. (Anything raised over
this amount will go toward Boog’s regular operating costs, among them
toner, paper, and our web host.) For every dollar you donate, you get a
word in one of these two online issues. 2 dollars, 2 words; 10 dollars, 10
words, and so on. For every $25 you donate get a H-2″ x W-4″ ad that you
design in the online program, or you can send along 25 words and one image
and I’ll design the ad for you.

Please send all donations to via

If you’d like to advertise in these or any Boog City issues visit:

Thanks in advance for your support!


David A. Kirschenbaum, editor and publisher
Boog City
330 W. 28th St., Suite 6H
NY, NY 10001-4754
For event and publication information:
T: (212) 842-BOOG (2664)
Twitter: @boogcity
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“To have great poets, there must be great audiences.” —Walt Whitman


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