Dear Members of This Time That Was Now:

Remotely Personal Greetings is hosting its 7th & most likely final remote event of the Fall 2020 season, 2 weeks before the changing of the yearly guard signals our desire to utter proclamations of change on a personal, cultural and national level - will we dance more in 2021? Laugh more? Tell the powers to be to kiss our asses more or be content to kiss a little more ass? Maybe we'll just kiss more in general!!! Ahh lovely - the nail biting decisions on what to decree... well, don't worry about it for now, rather please tune into these 4 fresh voices as we move out of the past and into the fuuuture Thursday, December 17th at 9:00 PM EST ( 8:00 CST, 7:00 MST, 6:0PST, 5:00AST, 4:00 HST) 

Eli Briskin use to drive a hovercraft around the capitol before E planted tulip pomes in evening gardens so now we get to watch them bloom while the world changes in ways we don't realize are petals that will one day fall too

Aditi Machado  -   makes a salad, dances with the Mackay of Nat, dials MFK Dream Cake up & invites Lorine N to lick the myth while dining on the contents of a granite pail full of freshly foraged mushrooms all the while writing out a list of quietly loud lyrical huzzah 

John Sakkis' Pomes skateboard down your curved plywood off-ramp into on-coming traffic only to ride right over the roof of bewildered commuters as he zigs and zags leftward around California PD remote control flashing whip-lights

Don Yorty-    takes long walks in the real gone world and on premeditated hyperspace jags into the internets of logomania where his work-a-day presence is much appreciated for its easy grace throughout the most difficult of times
As last Season an email detailing the Zoom log-in info will be sent to guests an hour or two beforehand. Once you log-on there will be a short wait while your email is verified. The "live" event will begin at 9:00 EST with a brief meet n' greet, followed by the convocation, leading us to the 1st reader of the evening. 

And please don't forget to support UNNAMEABLE BOOKS the amazing book store who is our live host! You can find them here at 600 Vanderbilt Avenue in Brooklyn's Burgeoning Prospect Heights 11-7 ... 2 customers at a time or go to to purchase the latest, greatest & past books from these fantastic poets...I was just there yesterday with Jed and my oh my was it soooooo nice to be in a real bookstore looking at real books not just sugar coated confection

Feel free to forward any questions our way.
Looking forward to seeing ya'll, 

X's to your O's
Jeffrey Joe Nelson
Jed Shahar

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