Cooking and Writing, with Danny Licht and Kimberly Alidio
Join 3 Hole Press for two upcoming events, in-person and online
We are so excited to announce an official return to in-person 3 Hole events with the (one-year-late) launch of Danny Licht’s Cooking As Though You Might Cook Again!
Join us in Bushwick, at our home of Wendy’s Subway (379 Bushwick Ave) on Friday, December the 3rd, at 7:00pm, for a celebratory wine reception and short reading from Danny.
Capacity is limited to 20, and proof of vaccination is required. Save your spot here!
Caption: The One-Year-Late Release Party for Cooking As Though You Might Cook Again at Wendy’s Subway in Brooklyn, NY. Friday, Dec. 3, 2021, Wine served; vaccine required; books sold. Image by Danny Licht.
We’ll also be hosting a workshop on Friday December the 10th, from 7:00–9:00pm EST, that extends the philosophy of Danny’s cooking to our writing practices. We’re delighted that our publishing fellow, the poet Kimberly Alidio, will be leading this workshop, called “Writing As Though You Might Write Again.”
About the workshop, Kimberly says, “Licht’s book is what made me fall in love with 3 Hole Press It’s about sensory-based, durational thinking-in-process that is so important to any kind of ongoingness, whether it’s cooking/eating with pleasure, scoring a performance as a text , or writing that pursues collaboration and considers multimodal or hybrid forms. To me, poetry-as-thinking is akin to paying attention to your breath, which tells you when you’re in trouble and what you desire. This workshop is about writing as thought we might write again, akin to ‘cooking continuously, of allowing one thing to lead to another, of open-endedness and casual possibility.’”
More details about the workshop, and ticketing options, can be found here.
We hope you can join us for one or both of these events! We’re so looking forward to seeing more of you in person soon.
3 Hole Press is a home for performance in book form and everyday life. We publish titles that expand our notions of plays, scripts, and scores, how we engage with them, and how we distribute them. We view publishing as a step towards making contemporary performance more accessible, and celebrate performance created for a reader.
In order to keep our titles accessible and events free, we operate through a non-profit model. Our publications are printed through the support of the Literary Arts Emergency Fund, the New York State Council for the Arts, the Brooklyn Arts Council and contributions from readers. Learn more and support 3 Hole here.