The evening consisted of various contributors to "The Best of LCD: The Art and Writing of WFMU" (edited by Dave the Spazz) reading their published works in the singularly intimate setting that's unique to indie bookstores. Bonus points are distributed to the Community Bookstore for the addition of a live-in cat, turtle, and iguana -- all of which were curiously described as "strays".
You can listen to the show right now [Streaming Real Audio] | [Streaming MP3] and hear readings from "The Kenny G letters" -- heartfelt notes that Kenny receives from smooth-jazz lovers who think they've tracked down his curly-haired namesake -- as well as spoken wordage from Spazz, Sluggo, Ellery Eskelin, and more.
Immediately following the reading, great quantities of beer were produced, and strangely enough, no one remembers how we all got back to New Jersey. The Community Bookstore is located at 143 7th Ave. in Park Slope, Brooklyn. That happens to be within spitting distance of this place and also this place, both of which come highly recommended from myself, Scott Williams, and most other people who love any combination of drinking alcohol and witnessing live music.