September 24, 2009

John J. Trause @ Teaneck 9/26

The North Jersey Literary Series  presents a special evening featuring
John J. Trause performing poetry
plus an Open Mic
Saturday, September 26 at 8 PM         
in the Special Events Dining Room
of The Classic Quiche Cafe
330 Queen Anne Road, Teaneck , NJ
Hosted by Paul Nash and Denise La Neve
Noted poet John J. Trause will be featured this month at the prestigious North Jersey Literary Series on Saturday September 26. He will perform two sets.
During the open mic, participating poets, musicians and storytellers wil l have the opportunity to share their work. The sound system is perhaps the best in the tri-state area, and there is no cover charge.  Contact Paul Nash or Denise La Neve for further details:    
Classic Quiche Café:  201-692-0150
JOHN J. TRAUSE materialized in the early 1960s and remembers the New York World's Fair ("It's a Small World After All").  Contrary to legend he did not smash Michelangelo's Pietà, when it was on display there.  Presently the Director of the Wood-Ridge Memorial Library in Wood-Ridge, N. J. (since 2000), he has been writing and reciting his poetry for over 25 years. 
Aside from his professional interest in literature and the arts, Mr. Trause also enjoys film, dance, juggling, hiking, Chinese footbinding, and Afrin ®  nasal spray.  For the sake of art Mr. Trause hung naked for one whole month in the summer of 2007 on the Art Wall of the Bowery Poetry Club.  He currently hangs out with his clothes on at Classic Quiche, Teaneck , N. J., the town in which he was born.

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