It was another great night of nonfiction from people who have written fiction, and (might) even consider themselves fictionistas. (That’s after our last reading, which featured journalists). But they took a brief moment to tell the Truth. Jane Delury offered a two-part reading about negligees and French ancestors. Michael Downs read out of an entertaining AARP piece about getting old, but letting your wife lead the way. Jen Grow wrote about the upside of unemployment: doing things that you shouldn’t be doing, and not getting anything done, but learning something from the process. And Chris Grillo, who notes that she always tells her class not to write about their dead grandparents, decided that her dead grandmother was different. And she was right. Her dead grandmother is different.
Come back next month, April 21st, same time, same place. We’ll be featuring Dave Belz, Geraldine Fagan, John Stabb, and Bill Hughes.
Thanks also to David and Bonnie for the video, which we’ll put up here. And thanks to all for showing up!