Earlier this fall I read at the University of Pennsylvania’s The Kelly Writers’ House, where so many literary heavyweights have over the years read from their work. Pretty sweet to be included. Click here for the video of my Kelly Writers House reading. Or if you just want to hear the audio recording, that’s publicly available too, but be forewarned the master of ceremonies wasn’t close enough to the mike, so you probably wont hear anything until 30 seconds or so into the audio tape, when I start talking. Click here for audio only.
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This Wednesday, September 22nd, at the University of Pennsylvania, I will be reading excerpts from The Hundred-Foot Journey, riffing on the novel’s own curious journey across the globe, and answering questions from the public. It all takes place at the Ivy League’s Kelly Writers House, an ultra-cool Arts & Crafts house dedicated to all things related to the written word. Better yet, The Kelly Writers House reading series director, Jessica Lowenthal, has ordered up a lip-smacking Indian buffet at noon, free of charge for all those who come to the reading, followed by my “performance” at the podium.
Please, join us at 3805 Locust Walk in Philadelphia. Will be a hoot. Here is the full calendar of events for The Kelly Writers House – continuously weaving silk threads through the fabric of Philadelphia’s cultural life.