A Reading of tales filled with hope, despair, agony, real human emotion, and words, brought to you by Gregory Jacobsen, Patrick Bertram, and Daniel Gleason.
Thursday February 26th 8:00PM
This is your chance to meet three of Alexandre Dumas’s most valued ghost writers during the period in which he ‘wrote’ Count of Monte Christo, and more importantly, Le Chevalier De Maison-Rouge. Come hear them read stories they did not totally get screwed out of credit for on this magical night. And please-remember to wear your most frilly 19th Century garb!
Gregory Jacobsen paints pictures. He performs in a band called “Lovely Little Girls.” He cuts up pulp novels, cookbooks, encyclopedias, and medical books to write his concrete prose.
Patrick Bertram is a local resident. He is moving though, and would like to spend more quality time with his friend Dan, so he is glad to be here. May your time here tonight refresh you.
Dan Gleason writes incessantly because no one will talk to him. He is a scotch guard huffer. He sells 9 books at Quimby’s because it makes him feel like ‘a somebody.’ Dan is currently in his house nursing a large boil under is right ear lobe.