Tuesday, September 4, 2012


The Chicago Center for Literature and Photography has a new 12-part serialized audiobook coming this fall. By chance, it features two former Ultimate Frisbee players, Ben Tanzer and Kevin Haworth along with ten other writers, music by Ken Kase, and "cliffhangers at the end of each chapter and a dark, weird tone throughout."

Who said weird tones weren't alive and well in this unusually austere age?

My favorite CCLaP read so far has been Ben Tanzer's 99 Problems, a memoir written just after a series of runs in various parts of the U.S. (The other other runs, dude.)

No comments:

Featured Post

Auggie's Revenge: Reviews, Interviews, and Excerpts

Book Reviews: "The Teaching Life as a House of Troubles," by Don Riggs, American, British and Canadian Studies , June 1, 2017 ...