NJ-raised Brooklynite author of The New York Trilogy talks about
writing from a dog's point of view and others elements of illusion in this
25-minute audio interview.
Listen in on an
interview done shortly before his death.
You want to hear an inteview
you want to hear this guy read from Mao
II? How about Libra?
who lived in Haddam, NJ, and wrote "Independence Day"
and "The Sportswriter,"
chats with NPR. Here
he reads an excerpt from Women & Men.
Allen Ginsburg/Jack Kerouac
Ginsburg takes six minutes
out of his now completed life to read an unpublished poem, "Brooklyn
Bridge Blues" by Ti Jean.
Reads and talks for 37 minutes
about (what else?) Catch
Some people really like
this guy. Ever heard his voice? Check out his short-winded Nobel Prize
and/or a discussion of his novel The Fifth Column from 1937
Reading many years ago from
Hotel New Hampshire at the 92nd St, Y; in two 30-minute parts:
Reads from The
Last Go Round.
This Newark-raised thorougbred
reads from I
Married A Communist. There's also an interview.
He sounds a lot like Mark Leyner?
In 1953, she read three
I Live at the P.O.; Powerhouse;
and A Worn