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Autonomadic Bookmobile Benefit 8/11 NYC

henceforth writes: "Come support the Autonomadic Bookmobile, purveyor of
independent and radical literature, as it makes the transition
from a table at the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus to its
own vehicle - an infoshop on wheels!

Saturday Aug. 11 at the Good/Bad Collective in Williamsburg, 383 S. 1st
St.(at Hooper). Doors at 8 pm. $10. Info (718) 963 -
Directions: L train to Lorimer. Exit at Keap St. Walk
south (away from the BQE) on Union to Grand, aka
Borinquen. Turn right on Grand, and an immediate left
on Hooper. Good/Bad is on your right.
Or: J train to Hewes station (2nd in Brooklyn).
Exiting on Broadway, get on the side of the street
with the liquor store. You'll see Hooper; turn left
and walk 5 blocks to South 1st.
Or: G train to Broadway. Walk west on Bway (towards
Wburg bridge); turn right on Hooper and walk 5 blocks
to South 1st.

The Bookmobile, the offspring of Williamsburg-based
publisher Autonomedia and the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus, is graduating
into a 15-foot box truck, tricked out like a circus
wagon and touted by a medicine show. Beginning with the fall 2001 Bindlestiff national tour, the Bookmobile will travel ahead of the Cirkus to each town, reaching more readers and carrying more materials than has been possible in its past six years as a table at the Cirkus.

We desperately need money for repairs, insurance, the loan on the
truck, etc. Come to the benefit, get your dose of cirkus and music, and help us spread Situationist rants to the
Florida swamps, smuggle transsexual memoirs into Salt
Lake City, and distribute zines at 65 mph!

This is the chance to catch the Bindlestiffs in a rare
NYC summer performance, featuring Mistress Philomena,
Kinko the Clown, Mr. Pennygaff, Magic Brian, Sxip, Dr.
Flummox, Okra P. Dingle, the Randi Brothers, Smarty
Pants the Clown, and other Bindlestiff favorites.
Cirkus performance begins around 11 pm.

Sxip fans! Can't get enough of the virtuoso inventor
of the Mutant Harmonica, the Obnoxiophone, and the
Tampon Applicator? Don't miss his solo set at 9 pm!

Kick back at 1 am with the ecstatic free-soul of Lower
East Side favorite Mammals of Zod, featuring Citizen
One, Gary Heidt, Daniel Carter, Kid Lucky, Sabir
Mateen and others.

P.S. If you do your own zine, bring a sample! We might
like to distribute it."