I’ll be reading as part of “The Monkeybicycle Lightning Round!”
Friday, October 22, 2010, 7:00pm-9:30pm
85 East 4th St. New York, NY 10003
This new quarterly reading series fuses quick, high energy readings with a broad range of voices–both established and emerging–into a seamless hour of literary brilliance. Each event will feature 20 readers, each reading no longer than three minutes before introducing the next reader. No interruption from the host means a continuous listening experience. No guidelines other than length means maximum variety of form and content.
Featuring: Paula Bomer, Sarah Bridjins, Jason Brooks, Laura Carney, William Clifford, Nicole Elizabeth, Jim Freed, Greg Gerke, Eirik Gumeny, Chris Heavener, Krystal Languell, Michael Leong, John Madera, Peter Richter, Joe Sullivan, Robert Swartwood, Mike Topp, Timmy Waldron, Mike Wood, and John Woods.
I really enjoyed the Monkeybiycle event at the KGB bar. It was a great crowd and lots of fun. I enjoyed your piece (I tried to catch the title ~ is it “Divine Wind Blows Across the Queensboro Bridge”?) ~ congratulations on the success of the reading series premiere.
Kathleen A. Ryan
Thanks, Kathleen! I’m glad you enjoyed the night. I had a good time, too. And I’m very happy you enjoyed my story, remembering the title even, although the complete title is “A Divine Wind Blows Across the Queensboro Bridge”. You know, it’s one page of a much longer story, one that, in manuscript, is over twenty pages. I hope it sees the light of day some day.
The noisy noise!
I liked the piece as well, John.
Thanks, Michael! And for your reading pleasure, here’s a snippet:
“…pressed by the noisy walls, with their chattering photos and blathering mementos, on each noisy floor, the noisy inside and the noisy outside, the noisy noisiness of the noise.”