Archive - Journals

2006

March 3, 2006
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO KELLY BRAFFET AND DAVID EVANIER
September 9, 2006
Willy Blackmore, Jennifer BanashJennifer Banash
October 10, 2006
INTERVIEW WITH AMANDA FILIPACCHI   KGB: The passage you read tonight, which is hilarious, is from your book Love Creeps. In it, Alan the stalker goes to a self-help class and builds a vagina out of clay-  
October 10, 2006
Kelly Link & Shelley JacksonKelly Link and
October 10, 2006
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO NELL FREUDENBERGER, SAM LIPSYTE, JORDI PUNTI
October 10, 2006
INTERVIEW WITH CALVIN BAKER Katherine Min and Calvin Baker 
October 10, 2006
Interview with Ryan Boudinot 
October 10, 2006
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO HEATHER O'NEILL, SARAH HALL AND EMILY MAGUIRE
November 11, 2006
Ryan Effgen, Caimeen Garrett, Ellen Litmnan
November 11, 2006
Sunday, November 12, featured three readers and another well-attended night in KGB's highly-regarded Fiction Reading Series. First up was Carolyn Turgeon, reading for William J.
November 11, 2006
Lisa Moore, Heidi JulavitsCanadian author Lisa Moore arrived from Newfoundland only an hour before the reading.
November 11, 2006
Four graphic novelists graced the podium at this reading, hosted by Suzanne Dottino, KGB Literary Director Sunday Night Fiction, and Tom Hart, creator of Hutch Owen graphic novels and comic strips.
December 12, 2006
If Saturday's reading at KGB, which featured four authors who reportedly "might never be in the same room again," is not to be repeated, then bully for those of us who were there.

2007

January 1, 2007
Jack Livings, Ed Schwarzchild, Art Bradford, Michele Wildgen1.14.07:
January 1, 2007
1.21.07: KGB Bar hosted authors Ellis Avery and Joshua Cohen. It was a fun evening of writing that was heavy on emotion and cultural reckoning.
January 1, 2007
Lynne Tillman and James Cañón read on Sunday to a room full of new and old fans and friends while some of the season's first snow fell outside.
February 2, 2007
Vendela Vida, Ken Kalfus; Davi
February 2, 2007
2.11.07: Outside it's cold and the streets are pretty empty but inside KGB, it's warm and crowded as Yael Goldstein and Kevin Shay take the podium.
February 2, 2007
Francisco Goldman & Daniel Alarcon2.2
March 3, 2007
Angela Pneuman & Anya Ulinich
March 3, 2007
A pretty wild night at KGB. Liam Callanan, Elise Blackwell and Joshua Ferris drew a large, boisterous crowd. There was cheering, whooping, laughing and even crying - though we're sure that was a result of the laughing.
March 3, 2007
McSweeney Night, March 18th: The KGB crowd was wall-to-wall in honor of the latest installment of the Sunday night Reading Series. First up was Deb Olin Unferth reading from her latest short story collection, Minor Robberies.
August 8, 2007
On June 2, 2007, the KGB Bar Sunday Night Reading Series hosted the very first reading from the long awaited THE APOCALYPSE READER, an anthology of new and selected short fictio
October 10, 2007
Cafe Nueva York members Carmen Boullosa, Eduardo Mitre and Naief YehyaFor a few hours Sunday evening September 30, 2007, KGB became a lit
October 10, 2007
10.21.07: The Harvard Lampoon furnishes much of America's comedy today. It's surprising that it's former members can display such a variety of stylistic persuasion.
November 11, 2007
Elise Blackwell Humor and Baltica (Russian beer) flowed in equal amounts among the jeans-and-glasses w
November 11, 2007
1.11.07: "I'd just like to know where it's coming from?" was all Susan Chi, editor of KGB BAR LIT managed to mutter between bites of a cold falafel she'd smuggled into the event. "IT" was the ring of someone's cell phone, the kind that wouldn't shut off because the person couldn't find it.
December 12, 2007
Maxine Swann's short story "Flower Children" won the Cohen Award, the O.Henry Award, and the Pushcart Prize, and was included in The Best American Short Stories 1998.

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