June 16, 2011 – 8pm
Cheryl’s Gone presents…
Adam Marston (poetry)
Christina Liva (fiction)
Katy Bohinc (poetry)
& Mercury Fools the Alchemist (music)
@ Big Bear Cafe
1st and R NW
Adam Marston enjoys overpowering his mouth and nasal cavities by eating Dijon mustard made with white wine on pepper jack cheese and wasabi almonds, and then bleaching the taste with mouthfuls of grapefruit juice. Video games are cool. Gucci Mane is cool. Poetry is cool. Fiction is cool. He wants to start a blog of some kind. Podcasts are cool.
Christina Liva is a short fiction writer and ex-urbanite currently taking refuge on a small farm in Virginia. She holds a B.A. in literature from Georgetown University.
Katy Bohinc studied mathematics and comparative literature (french, english & mandarin) at Georgetown University. She is working on a manuscript.
Mercury Fools the Alchemist is “Chamber psychedelia” from a trio: avant classical bass (Daniel Barbiero of Nine Strings, Mindbreath Trio, etc), ambient guitar (Rich Sheehe of Field Shaman), and a homemade “stone age synthesizer” dubbed the “springamajig” (Jeff Bagato, aka Tone Ghosting) produces chimerical cacaphony for mystical journeys.