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Oates, Lethem, Whitehead in Audio Archive

01/26/2012  by Arlo Haskell  3 Comments
 
Yet Another World - Key West Literary Seminar

Three recordings from our 2012 seminar, “Yet Another World,” are now up in our audio archives.

Listen to Joyce Carol Oates read “San Quentin,” a short story based on her experience teaching English at San Quentin State Prison and discuss “the drama of human personality” that drives her work as a storyteller; Jonathan Lethem’s “plate-spinning act,” “The True and the Real”; and Colson Whitehead’s hilarious “Departing the Zone.”

More recordings coming soon. Subscribe to KWLS podcasts with iTunes.

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3 Responses

  1. Peter Ginsberg says:

    so good to see that you are making these recordings available. Even better to see them available as podcasts on ITunes. Thanks!!! Peter

  2. Lil says:

    My notes for the Friday afternoon panel (the difference between the true and the real)involving Rivka Golchien, Janna Levin, and Jonathan Lethem,include this quote:

    “Fiction lives in the gestures of protest against the script we are handed.”

    Does anyone know who said that. My guess is Rivka, but I’m not sure.

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