Squallings

Prose tableaux to cerebrate William’s 27th birthday. Performance, dinner, and all-night collage party. Sunday September 1st 8:00 PM 203 E. Oregon Urbana.

Audio: Autotowing . Toy Sale . The Story That Teaches You How to Write It . Feta and Tofu

Performers:

Asher Fay
Danielle Chynoweth
Jeff Glassman
Lisa Fay
William Gillespie

verb, intransitive
squalled, squall·ing, squalls
To scream or cry loudly and harshly.
— squall¹er noun

squall 2
noun
1. A brief, sudden, violent windstorm,
often accompanied by rain or snow.
2. Informal. A brief commotion.

verb, intransitive
squalled, squall·ing, squalls
To blow strongly for a brief period.

[Probably of Scandinavian origin;
akin to Old Norse skvala, to squeal.]