Saturday, April 21, 2012

High Times For Low Lives

One week from today the badassery (not to mention the bald-assery and fat-assery) of Cortright McMeel, Les Edgerton, David James Keaton and Erik Lundy will descend upon Meshuggah Cafe in St. Louis for a night of cheap beer and cheaper laughs, buckets o'blood and grotesqueries galore. It's Noir at the Bar, muthafuckas. And I think we've got one of the best lineups we've ever had for this event.



The only excuse you've got for not attending is if you're checking out Ray Wylie Hubbard that night at The Old Rock House... and only then, if you swing by later for more drinks. Did you know that Ray wrote a movie too? S'right, Frank Bill told me 'bout it when he was in town last week. The Last Rites of Ransom Pride stars Dwight Yoakam, Kris Kristofferson, Scott Speedman, Lizzy Caplan, Peter Dinklage and motherfucking Dan Doherty his own self - W. Earl Brown.


Had a good time with the Bills, Sara J. Henry, Reed Farrel Colman and Duane Swierczynski when they visited the libarary the other night. Good to see Sonia Coney, Matthew McBride and Rod Norman there too. Hope I can get around for Philip Kerr this week too.

 That is all.

2 comments:

Les Edgerton said...

Hope I'm not the "fatassery" mentioned...

Dyer Wilk said...

My only excuse for not attending is that I live three miles from the Pacific Ocean. Of course, if I drive an hour south-east, I'm in N@BLA territory, so I suppose it isn't a total loss. Not sure if their bad/fatassery will compare to St. Louis though.