From Amanda Filipacchi’s Nude Men, read by past contributor Jeffrey Calzaloia.

Nude Men was published by Penguin Books.  More on Amanda Filipacchi at amandafilipacchi.com.  You can find a copy of Nude Men on bookfinder

You can find Jeffrey on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/jeffrey.calzaloia

From David Foster Wallace’s short story, Good Old Neon, read by Carmiel Banasky

The collection Oblivion: Stories by David Foster Wallace is published by Little Brown and Company. You can find Oblivion: Stories at most major booksellers

And don’t forget to keep up with Carmiel at carmielbanasky.com

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90outloud now has a Google Voice line!  You can leave us a message of your 90-second reading at (347) 927-5075.

Make sure to say your name, where you’re calling from, as well as the title and author of the book you’re about to read.  You’ll have 90 seconds after the tone.  Thanks again!

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Leave it to Psmith by P.G. Wodehouse, read by Tim Miles

P.G. Wodehouse’s Leave it to Psmith is published in the US by W.W.Norton and Co. and can be found at most booksellers.

Letting Go by Philip Roth, read by Steven Volynets.

Philip Roth’s Letting Go is published by Random House and can be found at all major booksellers

Keep up with Steven on twitter: @StevenVolynets

Or follow him online at stevenvolynets.com

A reading in Philadelphia

lizmooremusic:

Despite the number of readings I’ve done, I’ve done very few in Center City, Philadelphia. (One, I think??) Tomorrow night, I am honored to be included in a sweet three-person line-up as part of the longstanding TireFire reading series.

The details:

Marie-Helene Bertino, Marcus Pactor, Liz Moore (<—when I am part of line-ups like these I wish for a more interesting name)

Tattooed Mom (<— a bar)

530 South Street, Philadelphia PA

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Doors at 7, Reading promptly at 8

Event website

I hope to see you / meet you / high-five you there!

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From Ann Beattie’s short story, Snow, read by Liz Moore. 

The collection Where You’ll Find Me: And Other Stories by Ann Beattie is published by Scribner.  You can find the collection at most major booksellers.

And don’t forget to check out Liz’s latest novel Heft or keep up with her at http://lizmooremusic.tumblr.com/

From Carson McCullers’s The Heart is a Lonely Hunter, read by CJ Hauser.  The book is published by Houghton Mifflin You can find the book at most major book sellers.

CJ writes: "I swear I only read for 90 but with my mugging it’s longer. I hope that’s okay!" 

Only when you do it

Keep up with CJ at CJHauser.com

From David Foster Wallace’s posthumous novel, The Pale King, read by Jeffrey Calzaloia

The Pale King is published by Hachette Books.  The Pale King can be purchased at most major booksellers.

You can find Jeffrey on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/jeffrey.calzaloia!

The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow, read by Noa Jones

This one comes all the way from Thimphu in Bhutan!

The Adventures of Augie March is published by Penguin.  The book can be purchased at most major booksellers

Follow Noa at noajones.tumblr.com!

Watt by Samuel Beckett, read by Olga Pester

Samuel Beckett’s Watt is published by Grove Atlantic.  It can be found at most major booksellers

Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward, read by Steven Volynets

Jesmyn Ward’s Salvage the Bones is published by Bloomsbury.  You can find the book at most major book sellers


Keep up with Steven on twitter: @StevenVolynets

Scott Cheshire reading Marilynne Robinson’s Gilead

Gilead by Marilynne Robinson is published by Macmillan.  The book is available at most major booksellers.

Follow Scott at scottcheshire.com