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                 PERFORMANCE & ESSAY UPDATE                             to      FLASHPOINT issue #13 on DAVID JONES: Painter & Poet .....                        FLASHPOINT #13                         http://www.flashpointmag.com                                  announcing THREE NEW features:                 Colin Wilcockson: "Notes on Some Letters of David Jones"              Massimo Bacigalupo: "Giano Accame [1928-2009] IN MEMORIAM"                        (Accame's "Art and Usury from Dante to Pound"                                                appears          in FlashPoint #11 at http://www.flashpointmag.com/accame1.htm)                           Robert Coover's NOIR: reviewed by JR Foley                                                    AND              For Those in the Washington, D.C. Area on October 14 & 21at Kensington Row Bookshop, 3786 Howard Ave., Kensington, Maryland (301) 949-9416                          (http://members.verizon.net/~vze4nbyt/)                                                                                       JR Foley & Carlo Parcelli                                          will perform from                        their recent work sampled in FlashPoint #13,                                              including:             Thursday, Oct. 14: JR Foley reads from AMBLER'S GRASS      Thursday, Oct. 21: Poet/Vaudevillian Carlo Parcelli performs a selection of                       Dramatic Monologues from his Novel in Verse          The Canaanite Gospel: A Meditation on Empire: the Easter Sequence              Drawn from dozens of biblical and secular sources, these monologues,               at once historical, profane, blasphemous, comedic and vulgar, tell   a revisionist tale of what transpired in Judea, Easter Week/Passover 33 AD and beyond                   during the reign of the Roman Emperor Tiberius.     Mr. Parcelli will appear in 'authentic' First Century Eastern Mediterranean garb.                     "Come heavy, or don't come at all."--- Junior Soprano                           FlashPoint: A Journal of the Arts and Politics                      "Along the frontier               where the arts & politics clash ..."