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It’s the one-hundred and eleventh anniversary of Bloomsday, the day upon which James Joyce set the events of his epic novel, Ulysses. Help us celebrate Bloomsday with readings and music from all corners of Santa Fe’s cultural and literary scene.

June 16, 1904 was hardly different from any other day in Dublin.

Nothing special happened – people ate, drank, prayed, loved, hated, worked, slept, had sex, went potty, etc. Some were born on that day, some were buried. But under the artful hand of master wordsmith James Joyce, everyone was immortalized.

So come and join in the immortality!

It’s the one-hundred and eleventh anniversary of Bloomsday, the day upon which James Joyce set the events of his epic novel,Ulysses. Help us celebrate with readings and music from all corners of Santa Fe’s cultural and literary scene, pineapple rock, lemon platt, gorgonzola sandwiches with mustard, maybe even pork kidneys fried with butter. In short, fun for the whole family.

Hosted by Adam Harvey.

With Acushla Bastible, Garrick Beck, Daniel Bonhorst, Melissa Chambers, Mary-Charlotte Domandi, Lisa Foster, Bernadette Freeman, Charles Gamble, Bruce C. McKenna, Maureen Joyce(!) McKenna, Bird Thompson, Vanessa Rios y Valles, Alice van Buren, Max Walukas, Mary Woods, and others.

One night only – Tuesday, June 16, 2015, 7-9 pm
Warehouse 21 – 1614 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM, 2nd floor
Admission is by donation, $15 suggested to help cover expenses.