00:00 – 3:00: introduction/Kim Kardashian poetry
3:00 – 5:53: Good Sex, Great Prayers; Billy Burke sermons (got a little George dubya going on in my voice)
5:53 – 10:00: Good Sex, Great Prayers; Las Vegas (“chili dog” is the safety word)
10:00 – 13:27: Out of Touch new 3rd edition rewritten excerpt; “Hush” (shoulda brought my drink…mouth going dry like a motherfucker)
13:27 – end: Reality TV rewrites game; only those in attendance know what the penalty prize was since it was cut from the end of the video (everyone was white girl wasted by this point)
Thanks again to Books and Booze for putting this show together. I look forward to another.
On June 22nd I had a reading in St. Louis which was put on by the Books & Booze crew. It was a good time…finally got to meet Jessica, Renee, and Dakota along with some authors that I had only previously known through the Internet. It was also my first time reading live from Good Sex, Great Prayers and the revamped version of Out of Touchcoming out through Perfect Edge. For those of you that bought Out of Touch at the show, you’ve probably noticed by now that the piece I read isn’t in the actual book. All in due time.
Books & Booze has since put up a preview recording which you can check out HERE. I’m being told that a full-length video is in the works, but for now, this should give you an idea of what went down at the show. Below is a timestamped legend of the reading, complete with hyperlinks to each author’s Amazon page.
Just in case you missed it, I recently did an interview with the good people over at Books and Booze. In it you get some initial reactions to the new novel, Good Sex, Great Prayers (thank you Renee for being my guinea pig), and we also talk about what’s happening with the 3rd edition re-release of Out of Touch.
Also, the B&B people will be putting on a live show in St. Louis next month. You should most definitely come out if you can. It’s a limited space event so be sure to RSVP on Facebookso we can put you on the list.
Not sure what the other guys are doing, but I’ll be reading some Kim Kardashain poetry, a little bit from GSGP, and I may do a game on stage involving books and booze (to keep it in theme). As far as merchandise goes, I’ll be bringing a box of Out of Touch (2nd Edition) copies with me. I’ll be selling those for only $5 a piece–and yes–I will most definitely sign them for you.