The next Ullage Group event, “Peculiar Popularities,” is in preparation. It will take place on Sunday, March 3, at the Jalopy Theater. Details will follow.
If you happen to be in London the next day (that would be the 4th) at 8 pm, you might pay a visit to Kings Place, 90 York Way. There, Frédéric Acquaviva has organized an exhibition called “Manifesto,” devoted to Dada, Letterism, Fluxus, Futurism, and Sound and Concrete Poetry. I’m told that my translation of Isidore Isou’s Considerations on the Death and Burial of Tristan Tzara (Black Scat Books, 2012) will be dangling from the ceiling somewhere.
The second volume of my translation of Alphonse Allais’s Captain Cap is also on its way. This one is subtitled The Apparent Symbiosis Between the Boa and Giraffe, and is slated for April Fool’s Day. You can follow the good Captain as he dabbles in hypnotism, insults his friends, berates bartenders, quarrels with prostitutes, and boasts about his dubious exploits.
(Posted by Doug Skinner)