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Kristen Anchor is the drummer for The Degenerettes

Second installment of the LOS SOLOS SERIES
presented by Bonnie Jones & Jackie Milad
Friday, 10/3/08, 8:30pm, $6 sug.donation


Carriage House, 2225 Hargrove St., Lower Chas. Village

KRISTEN ANCHOR will present a short program of film and video including work by herself, Rahne Alexander, Sabine Gruffat, Mary Billyou and more! Kristen Anchor is a Baltimore video artist and musician. Her goofy, political videos have screened all over the U.S. and appeared on several independent film compilations. She’s the drummer for The Degenerettes Baltimore’s all-girl underground garage group.

VANESSA PLACE is a writer and lawyer, and co-director of Les Figues Press. She is the author of Dies: A Sentence, a 50,000-word, one-sentence novella; the post-conceptual novel La Medusa (Fiction Collective 2) and the forthcoming Conceptualisms: An Ill-Conceived Guide to Kinda Conceptual, Post-Conceptual, Extant and Taxonomical Writings, etc., in collaboration with appropriation poet Robert Fitterman (Ugly Duckling Presse).

* Kara Feely
* Hadieh M. Shafie
* Sawako
* Sarada Conaway
* Susan Alcorn
* clyde forth
* Brooke Sietinsons

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