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April, 1985.

Fiction Diction presents a reading by Jay Cantor at Hallwalls, 1985.Fiction Diction presents a reading by Jay Cantor at Hallwalls, 1985.

Hallwalls Calendar: April, 1985.

Artists associated with this publication:
R.D. Pohl, Kathy High, Bruce Yonemoto, Norman Yonemoto, Laura Mulvey, Peter Wollen, Jay Cantor, Yvar Mikhashoff, Malgorzat Potocka, Larry Brose, Jan Oxenberg, Sandy Daley, Women's Media Group, Irish Sommer, Harriet Hirshorn, Irene Slage, Mike Kuchar, Su Friedrich, Barbara Hammer, Notorische Reflexe, Lydia Lunch, John Greyson, Julie Zando, Barry Pollack, Carla Pontiac, Kenneth Anger, Constance Beeson, Jean Genet, Curt MacDowell, Nancy Burson, Susana Blaustein Munoz, Alfonso Volo, Ed Gnirke, Robert Younger, Matt Mullican, Steve Miller, John Mendelsohn, Annette Lemieux, Bill Komoski, Tom Koken, David Deutsch, John Bowman


Some events connected to this publication:
April 2, 1985 - LYDIA LUNCH
April 9, 1985 - NOTORISCHE REFLEXE
April 11, 1985 - FILMS FROM LODZ, POLAND
April 14, 1985 - YVAR MIKHASHOFF
April 15, 1985 - GAY AND LESBIAN FILM SERIES
April 16, 1985 - FICTION DICTION
April 20, 1985 - GAY AND LESBIAN FILM SERIES
April 22, 1985 - GAY AND LESBIAN FILM SERIES
April 25, 1985 - (POST) MODERNISM/(POST) FEMINISM: FLOATING VALUES
April 25, 1985 - (POST) MODERNISM/(POST) FEMINISM: FLOATING VALUES



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