A sometimes page for David Moscovich. David Moscovich writes. He publishes chapbooks. He severs the final hiccups of dyslexistentialism. He interviews writers about their craft. Define the basic tenets of dyslexistentialism in thirty words or less.
So the idea came to me to do The First William S. Burroughs Centennial Tribute of Lincoln, Nebraska on Friday June 6, 2014. Now, the idea is that this is the "first" centennial celebration because like any annual or biannual celebration, the first one implies that another will also occur. As for the plans for the "second" otherwise known as the Bicentennial William S. Burroughs Tribute of Lincoln, Nebraska, that is up in the air. The calendar has not been booked that far in advance, and I will also be -- out of town for that one, barring a huge jump in cryogenics research that will affordably allow me to freeze my brain and thaw it (note, the word de-thaw does not exist, despite its irksome usage).
New York has one, London has one -- why not Lincoln, Nebraska. It's closer to Lawrence anyway.
For now, the idea remains one loosely composed of two elements thusfar:
1. Tiny Tiny Tongues
(Joseph Jaros and David Moscovich)
2. Joe Younglove
The venue and full lineup will be posted as soon as these things have been arranged.
The frozen Hudson river December 2013. Photo by David Moscovich.
David Moscovich writes flash fiction, novellas and performs vocally in invented tongues. His stories and interviews have appeared both in print and on the web, in Fringe, Word Riot, Broken Pencil, Rain Taxi, The Rumpus, Faster Times, Artvoice, Dark Sky, Anemone Sidecar, Unlikely Stories, Buk Scene, Silent Revolution, Smokebox, and others. David Moscovich escribe novelitos y toque la bicicleta amplificado. No tiene ritmo y no puede bailar el Cha-Cha. Ahora este viviendo en Nueva York. Moscovich ne parle pas le francais mais c'est un americain mais c'est por le contraire de les ideales typiques du ficcion et aussi du realite ingenument. Bravo.