An Evening with Elizabeth Skurnick
This reading was the Caketrain-sponsored event for the 2005 412 Creative Nonfiction Festival. Immediately before the event there was a large, frightening thunderstorm, but a sizable crowd still managed to gather — spirits, one might say, were not “dampened” (yuk yuk…yuck).
Jim and Elizabeth, smiling like true students of the liberal arts, hands full of verse.
Elizabeth takes the stage (by (quiet) storm, hee). She wasn’t this blurry or speckled in real life. It’s hard to take photos of a dark stage.
The rapt masses, onlooking.
Merch. Don’t just stare at it, buy something!
Music Fri, Caketrain Wed, and soon…ass brunch?
The following Saturday at the 412 Book Fair, with our new bluenormous banner.
Audio [click to hear excerpts of the reading]
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