Author Sander Hicks and Folk-Singer Holley Anderson Livein Support of Hicks?The Big Wedding: 9/11, The Whistle-Blowers, and the Cover-Up
Monday Oct. 31st 7PM
Sander Hicks is the investigative journalist and independent publisher who started Soft Skull Press and Vox Pop/DKMC. He has appeared on 60 Minutes, on HBO/Cinemax in the documentary, Horns and Halos, and has been featured in magazines Punk Planet and Silicon Alley Reporter. Hicks has done innovative reporting on 9/11 for the New York Press, Long Island Press, INN World Report Television, and the Guerrilla News Network (gnn.tv). Hicks claims to be the only reporter verbally abused by a member of the 9/11 Commission. Sander and Holley Anderson, his wife, run the Vox Pop coffeehouse, bookstore and media company in Brooklyn, NY. His live ?performance politics? on 10/31 at Quimby’s will have a special emphasis on the darkest secrets of the GOP, commenting on the little-known 1989 Bush White House call boys scandal and the possible Bush ties to Satanism and ritual murder.
As publisher of the critical Bush biography Fortunate Son in 2001, Sander Hicks had a unique position from which to cast a hard look at the official story around the 9/11 attacks. The Big Wedding examines the CIA?s controlling, client relationship with Pakistani intelligence, which had close, documented, under-reported links to the 9/11 terrorists. Hicks acquired startling revelations from government whistleblowers, including lauded FBI Whistleblower Coleen Rowley, ATF Agent Steve Barborini, CIA asset Brad Ayers, and US Navy veteran/con-man Delmart Vreeland.
Holley Anderson is a radical, smart, folky singer-songwriter and a partner at Vox Pop. Her music is both spiritual and political, the perspective of a young mother outraged at the current state of the world but empowered by a vision for social change.