Bibliocracy takes a hiatus. Back in spring 2015. Listen for other literary arts programs on KPFK.

Download individual shows to your machine of choice, free for 90 days at the KPFK archives.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Wednesday, February 13 - Racelle Rosett

Tonight on Bib, 8 PM on KPFK:  RACELLE ROSETT.  A special program tonight in an occasional series of performance editions of the show, part of my effort to present and collect work by area Southern California writers of short fiction I admire, on the only place on the radio – KPFK – where you will hear contemporary writing read.  So, tonight, reading a complete short story in one sitting, Racelle Rosett.  She is an award-winning television writer who’s lately received acclaim for her new collection, Moving Waters.  These are funny, smart and, yes, moving interconnected short stories about the members of a Hollywood Reform synagogue who discover the place and meaning of ritual in their lives.  Tonight she reads her short story “Shomer,” for you on Bibliocracy.  SPECIAL APPEAL FROM THE BIBLIOFELLA:  Next week the Spring 2013 fund drive begins. 

Please!  Pledge to Bibliocracy and receive a Local Writers Six-Pack, six books by six important, talented area fiction writers whose work I have recently shared on this show:  Dwight Yates, Gary Amdahl, Alisa Slaughter, Tod Goldberg, Diane Lefer and, yes, Racelle Rosett.  Receive their work (short story collections by each) as a big thank-you from me for a modest $75 pledge.  Bibliocracy pitches live next Wednesday night, but you let me know on this blog or via email, and I will take your pledge early, and thank you on air!  Thanks!

No comments: