UPDATE: How I Learned To Lie, Cheat Or Steal just got emdashed by Jonathan Taylor. I guess we kind of are "the Berlitz of bad behavior."
We got a bright little print blurb from the charming folks at L Magazine:
"The Getting of Wisdom is a more or less eternal narrative structure, hence this monthly reading series, at which writers and comedians hold forth on aspects of their respective bildungen. [The] theme is "How I Learned... To Lie, Cheat or Steal," and we are especially interested in the unsavory recollections of participant BEN GREENMAN, whom you may know as a novelist or humorist or New Yorker editor and pop critic, but whom we know as the rigorously scrupled Distinguished Spokesjudge of our Literary Upstart competition. Oh Ben, how could you, etc."Meanwhile, storyteller TRACY ROWLAND, who shared a true story of obsession at last month's reading, sang our praises on her blog recently:
"Typically, I avoid readings. They can be twee and pretentious and self-serving, and the pages form a weird barrier between the storyteller and audience. Plus, a lot of good writers can’t read..."Oh, wait. It gets better... way better: Live and Learn...