Sunday, May 19, 2013

MusicalWorld News May 2013: Artists, Managers, Teachers, Career

Created by professional musicians and music industry experts, MusicalWorld is the ultimate promotion and networking community for artists, musicians, managers and presenters worldwide.

MusicalWorld was founded in April of 2002. Today, there are over 3,000 internationally acclaimed artists and ensembles, 1,500 artist managers and 14,000 performing arts presenters on MusicalWorld, and the number is growing daily. Among the celebrated artists are the recipients of Grammy Awards, Tony Awards, Emmy Awards, Academy Awards, Pulitzer Prize Awards, Golden Globe Awards, and the winners of the most prestigious international music competitions.  

Go to, browse through thousands of universally acclaimed artists and musicians who represent today’s Who’s Who in the performing arts. Legends like Yo-Yo Ma, Andrea Bocelli, Joshua Bell, Placido Domingo, Lang Lang, Anna Netrebko, Wynton Marsalis, Valery Gergiev, Philip Glass and hundreds more household names – all are here. Join them. There is no other site that features virtually all of the best performing artists and musicians on the international concert scene and on the record labels today. Their names and worldwide reputation attract tremendous attention and traffic to, thus, providing you with much needed major exposure.

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When you join MusicalWorld, you will get all resources necessary to enhance your performing and teaching career and instantly become a part of the elite group of the world’s greatest and most successful artists and musicians.

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Sunday, April 7, 2013


P           B          , “The Dumbest Question Ever”

THE DUMBEST QUESTION EVER is a series of electronic letters (emails) which venture into a delirious bricolage of technology, sex, urban decrepitude, Goldman Sachs, race, the active lives of objects, AFRICOM, the state of American black nationalism, betrayal, the occult, friendship, and the late despot Muammar Qaddafi--all to solve the mystery of a missing phone charger.

You can contact the DQE at thedqe AT gmail DOT com.

40 pages; hand-stitched binding; printed in a numbered edition of 120 in Chicago in March 2013.  Cover letterpressed on a Sigwalt Ideal No. 5.
6 ½ x 8  inches
$10 (shipping included)

UNREDACTED version: in a special edition of 20. 
$20 (shipping included)

Visit to purchase.

Friday, February 1, 2013

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Cannibal 6 Pre-order

Cannibal: Issue 6
112 pages
w/ a silk screen cover by Katy Henriksen

poems by Andrea Baker, Anselm Berrigan, Anne Boyer, Joseph Bradshaw, Lily Brown, Phil Cordelli, Dot Devota, Tim Earley, Graham Foust, Susana Gardner, Whit Griffin, Philip Jenks, Rachel Moritz, Brandon Shimoda, Heidi Lynn Staples, and Jared White

and “An Ozark Collage” featuring poetry from emerging writers of the Arkansas Ozarks: Tom Andes, Kaveh Bassiri, Cody-rose Clevidence, C. Violet Eaton, Ryan Mitchell, Katie Nichol, Sara Nicholson, Eszter Takacs, and Tim Van Dyke.


Available April 1, 2013

Pre-order now with a donation of $10 or more.

Donations of $50 or more receive two copies of the magazine and acknowledgement in the issue.

To donate by means other than PayPal, query the Editors at Pre-order funds and additional donations support the purchase of materials for Cannibal and the Cannibal/Bestoned Festival to be held in Fayetteville, Arkansas on Saturday, April 27, 2013.

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