Pete Cherches blogs about food, travel, literary pursuits, the occasional dream and fugitive thoughts of all sorts.
Friday, March 25, 2011
Dine Out for Japan Relief
Now through next Wednesday a bunch of New York restaurants will be donating 5% of their proceeds for Japan relief efforts through the American Red Cross. A lot of good restaurants are involved, many but hardly all of them Japanese. The complete list of restaurants can be found at this link:
is the author of Lift Your Right Arm (Pelekinesis, 2013), a collection of minimalist short prose sequences, as well as two previous volumes of short prose:
Condensed Book and Between a Dream and a Cup of Coffee, as well as several limited-edition artist's books. His work has recently appeared in the anthologies Poetry 180 and Up Is Up, But So Is Down: New York's Downtown Literary Scene, 1974-1992. His fiction and short prose work has been featured in a wide range of magazines and journals, including Harper’s, Semiotext(e), Transatlantic Review, Fiction International, and Bomb. Sonorexia, the avant-vaudeville music-performance group he co-led with Elliott Sharp in the 1980s, appeared at such legendary venues as The Mudd Club and CBGB. Cherches is a two-time recipient of New York Foundation for the Arts fellowships in creative nonfiction.