Posts Tagged: book reading

On Giving Public Readings

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I’ve always been attracted to live readings for the performance. Whether I’m a reader or an audience member, readings provide a sense of community and connection that’s absent from the solitary act of reading. As anyone who’s ever been to a reading before can tell you, there are so many things that can go wrong. […]

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A Reading with Music and Pictures

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In an interview with the New York Times, Neil Gaiman discusses his upcoming reading at Carnegie Hall where he will read from his novella, The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains. What’s so special about the reading? It will be accompanied by music from the FourPlay string quartet, as well as projected illustrations. Of […]

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Notable San Francisco, This Week: 1/17-1/23

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This week in San Francisco, Sketchfest continues, find out what happens when we become Overconnected, pitch your epic sci-fi murder-mystery memoir poem at Booksmith’s Pitchapalooza, and get de-virginized at Cell Space’s Rocky Horror Live! Monday 1/17: See the comics that kicked off Sketchfest a decade ago at their 10 Year Reunion Show. See Colin Mahan […]

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