Voice Less Feature Larry Littany Litt reads from “Mad Monk Improper Parables.”

Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/17/2018
7:00 pm

Location
Green Kill

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Voice Less Feature Larry Littany Litt  reads from “Mad Monk Improper Parables.”

Zen/Chan storyteller and author Larry Littany Litt will bring his newest book “Mad Monk Improper Parables to life at Voice Less Readings,  Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 7 PM.  1 -5  dollar suggested donation.

About Larry Littany Litt

Roberta Smith of the New York Times calls him “inspirational” while Ken Johnson also from The New York Times says Litt’s creations are always “wryly conceived, politically provocative.” Juan Puntes, artistic director of White Box NY names Litt “a natural Storyteller of Art.” Janet Reale Co-Director of National Dharma Teachers Order says Litt is a “Spiritual Entertainer” in the style of author/speaker Alan Watts.

About Voice Less Readings

Every Thursday, Voice Less Readings with MC Noah David Roberts. 

BYOB.  1 to 5 dollar contribution suggested.

Poets interested in scheduling a feature or anyone wanting to know more about the Voice Less Readings, please contact Noah David Roberts at ndrwriting@gmail.com

AAbout Green Kill

Green Kill is an inclusive multiuser space dedicated to the arts.  It’s serves a growing diverse art community.  it is an LLC for the sole purpose over the short term of making sure it’s stays on track. The objective is to build an institution for the arts which grows and creates opportunities through the involvement of talented visual and performing artists. It’s a structured-DIY program, with smooth operation rules,  and it’s longevity and usefulness result solely from artist involvement and artist community promotion.

Green Kill is an art and performance space now in its second year, located in the heart of the Hudson Valley, on Green Kill Avenue, near the Route 32 intersection.

Green Kill hosts poetry readings, theater, film, music and art exhibitions, which include established, outsider or student artists and performers who are dedicated to the growth of their work.

Green Kill located at 229 Green Kill Avenue in Kingston at four corners where Green Kill Avenue intersects Route 32 as it winds around through the trees down to New Paltz.

The art exhibitions change monthly at Green Kill and include local, national and international artists.

The Green Kill web site is greenkill.org; the email is 229greenkill@greenkill.org; and the phone is 347-689-2323.

Green Kill is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 3 pm to 9 pm, and closed on national holidays. On evenings  there are often performance events, https://greenkill.org/2017/04/24/green-kill-activities/, which may impede viewing of the entire exhibition.  The optimum hours for viewing the whole exhibition are between 3 and 6 pm.  You may make a special appointment to guarantee open and uninterrupted viewing by calling 347-689-2323.

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