Last month, I visited The Raconteur for a reading and signing, and the good folks of that wonderful bookstore were kind enough to create YouTube videos of the reading and the following Q&A. Check it out!
On June 25, I did a reading in New York City for an event titled “Generation XYZ,” where I read from an original essay, some parts of my novel, and a flash fiction piece. Everything was captured for your viewing pleasure, so click on the big fat play buttons in the middle of the videos below. To read the essay itself, you can go to The Nervous Breakdown.
1) The first part of the reading, where I read from the essay, “sang” a part of a song, and read from the novel.
2) If you are curious about the singing part, you can listen to just that portion here.
3) The second part of the reading, where I read my flash fiction piece “Confessions of My Wart, Which Is on My Right Foot, Second Toe.”
Pictures from the west coast launch at The Hive.
Paul Gacioch, fellow NYU workshopper, was kind enough to give me the best introduction I’ll probably ever have in my life. You can listen to a snippet of it, plus the reading itself on YouTube.
A huge thanks to the fine folks at Debut Lit for putting me out there coast to coast!
The sound quality isn’t perfect, but here are two recent readings I’ve done.
May 21, 2009: Reading at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop (from the chapter “In Sook Kim”).
May 9, 2009: Reading at the Third Floor Cafe (from the chapter “In Young Kim”).