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Antikythera + Calvin LeCompte + Henry Gunderson + Zoe Brezsny + Zack Haber

  • 99 Montrose Avenue Brooklyn, NY, 11206 United States (map)

Here are a bunch of raccoons going nuts eating some food that I'm sure was not meant for them. Two raccoons are passed out, one is sitting on its butt and they are all pigging out. This must be a major score for all these raccoons and they seem to be celebrating by eating the night away. 

My favorite part of being a gang stalker is committing my life to gang stalking for no discernible reason other than to confuse and disorient people who are already mentally ill

A reading at Spoonbill Books [99 Montrose] organized by Jeffrey Grunthaner.


Antikythera consists of Ben Tripp and Jeff Grunthaner. They have performed at the People's Garden in Bushwick and the Knockdown Center in Flushing, Queens. Anyone who wishes to become a president of Antikythera can be one. Please send all correspondence, cash and commentary to

Calvin LeCompte’s compositions touch on themes of aspiration, love, and existential angst with an unfiltered vulnerability that has been praised for being “as impulsive as everything else LeCompte does.” Focusing on the gritty underbelly of the home recording tradition, LeCompte’s music can be considered a distillation of the sounds and attitudes only intimated on analogue records of the past. His singular take on the pop song has not gone unnoticed, and he has received favorable mentions in The FADER and Vice, among other publications.

Henry Gunderson (1990) is an American artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Gunderson received his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. Gunderson has had solo exhibitions at 247365, New York, Loyal, Stockholm, Ever Gold Gallery, San Francisco. He has participated in several group shows including Loyal, Stockholm, Regina Rex, New York, Jessica Silverman, San Francisco, Luggage Store Gallery, San Francisco.

Zoe Brezsny is a poet from Oakland, California who now lives in Brooklyn. A graduate of California College of the Arts and Columbia University, her writing can be found in SFAQ, Prelude, Hobart, Tin House and Bomb Magazine. Brezsny hosts a weekly radio show of international pop, space disco, and experimental bedroom projects on WFMU 91.9 FM in NYC.

Zack Haber is an organizer of poetics. Some of his work can be found in Datableed Zine, Armed Cell, The Capalino Review, 580 Split, The Elephants, Sierra Nevada Review and other places. His little book if you want to be one of them playing in the streets… was published in 2014 by Quiet Lightning and Tiny Splendor. He’s hosted poetry readings and performances through The Other Fabulous Reading Series and other projects in the Bay Area since 2012. He works at Martin Luther King Elementary School in West Oakland. He’s currently writing a book called Horrible Places.