Jim at Cornelia St.

Jim reading at the Cornelia Street Cafe

Hey! Another reading coming up at the Cornelia Street Cafe!

Come one! Come all! Next Tuesday, September 25, I’ll be reading at the Cornelia Street Cafe, 29 Cornelia Street, just west of Sixth Avenue (between Bleecker and West 4th — click for details). Anyone who’s interested, please join us! Once again I’ll be reading with the Pulitzer-prize nominated poet, David Friedman. The reading begins at 6 pm. It costs $7 at the door and that nets you one free drink as well. Enjoy!

You’ll be hearing a complete short story from my forthcoming collection, Love and Other Terminal Diseases, plus a scene from the novel, Wounded by History, which is scheduled to be published next month by Cantarabooks.

And, while you’re at it, don’t forget another reading two days later (that’s Sept. 27) — at the Strand — by a remarkable short-story writer and novelist named Ben Fountain. Ben, who won the Pen/Hemingway Award for his first collection of short stories, Brief Encounters with Che Guevara, will be reading from a new novel which is scheduled for publication next year by Harper/Collins. Ben’s reading starts at 7 pm.

See you at Cornelia!

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