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[BKARTS] Fwd: Set a Book Free! on Sept 11



This is the best way I have heard to take part in a Sept 11th
reaction...FREE A BOOK. Read below and see for yourself. I plan to
put a copy of this email (no addresses) and a post-it that saids
TAKE ME HOME as a bookmark in the book to explain its purpose.

"Poetical Happening" On Sept. 11th,  join a "poetical happening" and
free a book!

Because a book is a symbol of freedom, sharing and tolerance.

On Sept. 11th, 2003, take a book which is important for you, a book
that has changed your vision on the world, write in it a dedication,
a few words, an address, or a drawing, and free it!

Leave it on a roadside bench, a bus stop or in a cafe making it
available for any unknown reader!

In this way Sept. 11th will be not only an anniversary of tragedy.
Together let us affect this global sorrow with creative and generous
action!

A general mobilization from Bruxelles, Paris, Florence, San
Francisco,Denver, Chicago, New York, Seattle, Whidbey Island and
more! Almost all over the world readers, artists, writers, poets,
and publishers of vision and heart will free books that are
important for them on Thursday Sept. 11th 2003.

Get involved and tell your friends! Readers, authors, publishers -
free a book!

Because a book is a symbol of freedom, sharing and tolerance!

This poetical happening originated with:

Iditions Maelstrvm - Bruxelles, Iditions Le Veilleur - Paris,
Edizioni CityLights - Firenze, City Lights Publishers - San Francisco,
A.C. Biofficina - Roma - Leslie Aguillard, Denver


"The moon rolls through the trees, rises
from them, and waits."
                                      -William Stafford

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