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The Writers' Block | Mar 18, 2013

Greatest Hits: Jennifer Egan

The Writers' Block is evolving into something new! But, before we get to where we're going, let's take a look back at where we've been. Jennifer Egan reads from her 2011 Pultizer Prize winning novel, A Visit from the Goon Squad. By Jennifer Egan   



The Writers' Block | Mar 04, 2013

Greatest Hits: David Sedaris

The Writers' Block is evolving into something new! But, before we get to where we're going, let's take a look back at where we've been. The one and only David Sedaris reads "Author, Author?," a story about the joys of book tours, giant boxes of condoms, and Costco. By David Sedaris   



The Writers' Block | Feb 18, 2013

Greatest Hits: Patti Smith

The Writers' Block is evolving into something new! But, before we get to where we're going, let's take a look back at where we've been. Patti Smith takes us on a trip to '60s New York with a reading from Just Kids! By Patti Smith   



The Writers' Block | Feb 05, 2013

Greatest Hits: John Waters

The Writers' Block is evolving into something new! But, before we get to where we're going, let's take a look back at where we've been. In light of Baltimore's Super Bowl win, it makes sense to kick things off with John Waters! By John Waters   



The Writers' Block | Jan 20, 2013

Skagboys

Irvine Welsh, the man behind the best-selling phenomenon Trainspotting, reads a passage from its prequel, Skagboys. By Irvine Welsh   



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