John Kenney Reads Truth in Advertising at Greenlight Bookstore

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Thursday, January 24th, 2013 | 2,476 views

John Kenney reads from his new book Truth In Advertising at Greenlight Bookstore

John Kenney, a former advertising professional, debuted his new novel, Truth in Advertising at Greenlight Bookstore. He was joined by novelist Jami Attenberg, author of The Middlesteins. Kenney begins by joking that Attenberg, a seasoned novelist who has long participated in readings, suggested to him that it was customary to read from the novel of the host — a joke that sets the evening’s tone.

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Grant Ginder Reads Driver’s Education

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Friday, January 11th, 2013 | 1,945 views

Driver’s Education, the second novel by Grant Ginder, was released this week. He was joined at Powerhouse Books by David Lipsky for a launch party, reading, and conversation. Wildly entertaining and enthusiastic to have an audience, Ginder read a brief selection from his novel. Many of those present were his current or former students — […]

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Ben Schrank Reads McNally Jackson

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Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 | 1,975 views

Released today, Love Is a Canoe is a third novel by author Ben Schrank. His editor, Sarah Crichton, joined him at McNally Jackson books for a reading and conversation. New York Magazine suggested skipping the novel last week while the New York Times book review was flattering enough for Crichton to quote from it. The […]

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Ashley Prentice Norton Reads NYU Bookstore

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 | 1,802 views

Released in September, The Chocolate Money is the debut novel of Ashley Prentice Norton. A graduate of the NYU MFA program, the NYU Bookstore was a natural stop on the release reading circuit. The turnout for Norton’s reading was on the lighter side allowing for an intimate setting with the author. She began by discussing […]

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Jami Attenberg Reads The Middlesteins

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Thursday, October 25th, 2012 | 1,938 views

The internet had generated so much buzz over Jami Attenberg’s newest novel, The Middlesteins, that when I suggested to a friend we should meet up there to hear her read, he scoffed that the place would be overrun and too crowded. But I still wanted to go, not just because of the internet chatter but […]

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Christopher Bollen and Jobie Hughes reads Barnes and Noble

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Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 | 1,979 views

The Upper West Side Barnes and Noble is a bit more intimate — if a chain bookstore can ever be intimate — than its sister in Union Square and the evening’s event featured two authors promised as emerging writers, a program that two decades ago, superstar Sherman Alexie was once part of. Christopher Bollen was […]

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