To a house packed with faces familiar and strange, guests Nathan Ballingrud and Fran Wilde enchanted and amazed, while the sirens outside and the band upstairs did their Manhattan best to distract us. Fran read excerpt from her novel Updraft, and Nathan read pieces from his story story “The Atlas of Hell.”
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On Wednesday, we got to hear two talented authors perform their works for the audience. And perform is the opportune word. Lawrence Connolly led off with “Beneath, Between,” a story about a man who discovers a book that shouldn’t exist and goes on a quest to determine its origin. And he performed the entire piece from memory with no notes. Tom Monteleone read “Horn a Plenty,” about a Jazz pianist and a cursed trumpet.
On August 19th, we were gifted with two talented authors, A.C. Wise and N.K. Jemisin. Matt was on vacation so the magnificent Mercurio D. Rivera subbed for him.
Ellen’s photos of the night can be viewed here.
On Wednesday, what a treat. We first heard from David Edison, who read from his forthcoming novel The Noonday Plague. And then Jeff Ford read “The Thousand Eyes.” The house was packed, overflowing into the hall, with familiar and new faces alike. Overall, a fantastic night.
On Wednesday, we were visited by two friendly ghosts in the form of Dale Bailey & Simon Strantzas, who both read excerpts of their work. Matt was out of town so he conjured up a superlative substitute co-host in the form of Kristine Dikeman. Ellen’s photos of the evening can be viewed here.
Lots of buzz and buzzed folks in the crowd this past Wednesday with guests Wesley Chu and Nicole Kornher-Stace. Wes read excerpt from Time Salvager and The Lives of Tao, and Nicole read an excerpt from Archivist Wasp. An all around excellent night.
It was with great pleasure that we welcomed two esteemed writers to our midst this past Wednesday. James Morrow read excerpt from his new novel Galápagos Regained, and Ken Liu read from his recently released The Grace of Kings. The house was full and enthusiastic. Ellen Datlow was busy traveling in China, so the magesterial Mercurio D. Rivera subbed for her.
Photos from the night can be viewed here.
Wednesday we were visited by two wonderful writers, Caitlín R. Kiernan and Lisa Mannetti, inside the packed KGB bar. Both read from forthcoming works. Ellen Datlow was away, so Mercurio D. Rivera subbed for her.
Matt’s photos of the evening can be viewed here.
On Wednesday we were joined by authors Ben Loory & Mike Allen. Matt was away on vacation, so Mercurio David Rivera subbed for him.
Ellen’s photos of the evening can be found here.
An all around divinely inspired night with Gregory Frost reading”Touring Jesus World” followed by Andy Duncan reading an excerpt from his novel-in-progress, tentatively titled “The Man Who Rode the Mule Around the World.” The stories had overlapping themes about satire and religion — synchronicity, conspiracy, or divine intervention?