Podcast: Saturday Night Neal

2010.11.15
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AS PROMISED, HERE IS MY first podcast of my first public reading this past Saturday night at Readers’ Books‘ monthly open-mic event. It’s just over 4-1/2 minutes/megabytes, and — as it was recorded on “Mr. Happy,” my reporter’s battered micro-cassette unit — is a bit “hot” for the first nine seconds. (It’s also missing my name, which the emcee mispronounced. Doesn’t everybody?) The reading was two small Prosatio Silban pieces and whatever else would fit the allotted five minutes.

Thanks to everyone who read, cheered, and/or smiled happily. Enjoy the ‘cast! and support your own local bookseller! and wait ’til next month when I plan to do it again — with Ann participating, yet.

- STREAM: Neal @ Random Acts
- DOWNLOAD: 20101113RandomActsNeal.mp3

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