RE: [johnbarth] Fwd: John Barth events
- Darn.Well, I expect that Professor Barth would rather have his leisure time than go around reading to us.My one experience listening to him was fantastic - I don't recall what year it was, but he read from an in-progress 'Further Fridays' book. Positively hysterically funny. In a more literate world, John Barth would be Johnny Carson.
Glenn G. Gamblin
a division of Kewill, Inc.Ah well.
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From: walter_vatter@... <walter_vatter@...>
Date: Jun 2, 2005 2:26 PM
Subject: John Barth events
Dear Mr. Brawner,
At present, there are no events planned for WHERE 3 ROADS MEET by John
Barth. The book will be released in November of this year. Many thanks for
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- I saw him read in Los Angeles in late 2001 upon the release of "Coming
Soon!" Great fun. The questions from the audience were crazy-making
(what, did you people just wander in off the street to rest your
feet?). I got my hand up in the air too late and wasn't called on.
Was a nervous wreck when I approached him to sign my battered first
edition 'LETTERS' , dog-eared paperback 'Friday Book', and advance
review copy of CS!!!
On 6/2/05, Gamblin, Glenn <ggamblin@...> wrote:
> Well, I expect that Professor Barth would rather have his leisure time than
> go around reading to us.
> My one experience listening to him was fantastic - I don't recall what year
> it was, but he read from an in-progress 'Further Fridays' book. Positively
> hysterically funny. In a more literate world, John Barth would be Johnny
> Glenn G. Gamblin
> TradePoint Systems,
> a division of Kewill, Inc.