The latest bookbabble is up, with star guest Brian Evenson. Also attending: me, stammering, as usual, then there’s Lord Donny, of course, and L.A. woman a.k.a. Renée the wonderful, as well as Björn, Swede extraordinaire. Additionally, we were lucky enough to have Francois Monti grace us with his thoughtful presence again, formerly at tabula rasa, now maître at the Fric Frac Club. Nobody offered me a drink. Here is the direct link and here’s Donny’s summary
The group is pleased to have Brian Evenson, award-winning literary/horror author of Altmann’s Tongue, Last Days and The Open Curtain, among many others. We discuss the man and his work in this interview, covering genres, literature, his work as the Chair of the Literary Arts Program at Brown University, translation works, ebooks and prodigious reading input.
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It’s bookbabble — don’t wait for the offer, just help yourself.
(that was my comment on Facebook too)
And it will be a real pleasure to listen this episode : François, Marcel AND Brian Evenson ? Wow !
Really, really great !
Many thanks ya all.
@garpovic: eh, no prob. just you come on to bookbabble yourself one day.