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Paula Bomer – Inside Madeleine

Late Night New York, hosted by Sonia Weiser in collaboration with the Franklin Park Reading Series in Brooklyn NY This week’s podcast features Paula Bomer, acclaimed author of the collection Inside Madeleine.  In this podcast, Paula reads her short story “Down the Alley” — a real gut-punch about, in Paula’s words, “a 12-year-old girl who’s miserable, her boobs just started emerging, and

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September 18, 2014

Andrew Worthington – WALLS

Late Night New York, hosted by Sonia Weiser in collaboration with the Franklin Park Reading Series in Brooklyn, NY. This week’s podcast features Andrew Worthington, author of the recently released novel WALLS. In this podcast, Andrew reads from a short essay, “The MFA in Mixed Martial Arts,” a poem, “I Had An Out-Of-Body Experience As I Stared

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September 4, 2014

Shane Jones – Crystal Eaters

Late Night New York, hosted by Emily Yoon This week we feature Shane Jones, author of the new novel Crystal Eaters. Celebrated for his powerfully imaginative – even psychedelic – prose, Shane has pushed the genre envelope even further with his newest work. Crystal Eaters has been billed as an “allegory, fable, touching family saga, and poetic sci-fi adventure.” Shane reads:

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July 17, 2014

Juliet Escoria – Black Cloud

Late Night New York, hosted by Sonia Weiser This week we feature Juliet Escoria, reading from BLACK CLOUD, her newest collection of stories, pictures, and videos. Described as bold, transgressive, deeply troublesome, and brutally honest, Escoria’s work has impressed critics with her ability to suggest beauty in emptiness while simultaneously making people really, really uncomfortable. For the Franklin Park

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July 3, 2014

Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon – Nothing

Late Night New York, hosted by Emily Yoon This month we feature Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon, author of the debut novel Nothing. Set in the badlands of Montana, the novel flings the reader into the unforgiving landscape traversed by Ruth and James, two young outlaws each seeking their own version of escape. The New York Times

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June 12, 2014

Kiese Laymon – Long Division

Late Night New York, hosted by Emily Yoon This month we feature Kiese Laymon, author of the novel Long Division and a collection of essays, How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America. Late Night New York is the fruit of our collaborations with the Franklin Park Reading Series in Brooklyn, New York. Listen here… Subscribe

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May 8, 2014

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