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Anthony Thornton and Margaret Glaspy
Thursday Jan 17, 2013 7:00pm-10:00pm in New York
Anthony Thornton is a New York-based poet, artist and muse. He has been the subject of works by Matthias Hamann and Marco Anelli, appeared in most recent issue of Scott Hug's K48, and has performed and exhibited at CODEX, Envoy Enterprises and Starr Space. Anthony will read selections from his debut chapbook of poetry Is My Voice Alive?

Born and raised in Northern California, Margaret Glaspy has brought her indescribable voice to the east coast and New York City couldn't be happier. She is a committed student to the music around her and has been writing some of the most innovative and heartfelt material of her generation. With a list of influences including Omou Sangare, Feist, Jeff Buckley, and Nina Simone, she has created a sound and writing style that is undeniable, honest, and a tribute to the beautiful music that she has discovered throughout her 23 years.

Tags: Arts , Nightlife , Cultural Interest , Performance , Arts Center

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