Order of Odd-Fish. Revisited.

04/28/2009 § 3 Comments

Thanks to James Kennedy and Christian Moerk for their readings at Hopleaf this evening.

Gemma and I shared the CB&J and some good beer while watching James Kennedy read from his book and leap about the room with spectacular energy. Though personally I’m not one for book readings, Gemma and I thoroughly enjoyed the theatricality and humor Mr. Kennedy brought to the table.

Should have brought my copy with, and not Lair of the White Worm, so I could have struck up some conversation.

Shyness is nice, but shyness can stop you….

Thanks to the lovely Gemma for escorting me and the good folks at bookslut and hopleaf…and of course the authors James Kennedy and Christian Moerk.


§ 3 Responses to Order of Odd-Fish. Revisited.

  • Gemma says:

    It was fun. James Kennedy’s reading was engrossing and the Hopleaf was, as always, delicious.

  • I was looking forward to meeting you, but I didn’t know who you were! Next time, please introduce yourself!

    I met some people later, after the room had mostly cleared out, and I kept accusing them of being you.

    Had the brisket, on your recommendation. Delicious!!

  • Nick says:

    Haha. Sorry James. Sometimes I’m bogus like that. Next time I will. I always worry I won’t have anything to say. I should have mentioned that I read The Infernal Desire Machines of Dr. Hoffman. That could have been a lively topic.

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