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The Writers' Block | Oct 22, 2012

Distrust That Particular Flavor

William Gibson, author of Neuromancer and father of the cyberpunk subgenre of science fiction, reads the introduction from his new collection of essays, Distrust That Particular Flavor. By William Gibson   



The Writers' Block | Oct 15, 2012

Winter Journal

Paul Auster, author of hits such as The New York Trilogy and The Invention of Solitude, reads a passage from his latest, Winter Journal. By Paul Auster   



The Writers' Block | Oct 08, 2012

April 3rd, 2012

Nate Waggoner, one of the five writers taking part in The Writers' Block Lit Crawl event "New Kids on the Block" on October 13th, reads a piece called "April 3rd, 2012." By Nate Waggoner   



The Writers' Block | Oct 02, 2012

Letters from Robots

Diana Salier, one of the five writers taking part in The Writers' Block Lit Crawl event "New Kids on the Block" on October 13th, reads selected poems from Letters to Robots. By Diana Salier   



The Writers' Block | Sep 24, 2012

Our Generation Is One of Moving Back in with Your Mother

D.W. Lichtenberg, one of the five writers taking part in The Writers' Block Lit Crawl event "New Kids on the Block" on October 13th, reads "Our Generation Is One of Moving Back in with Your Mother." By D. W. Lichtenberg   



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