Best Geek Culture Readings - 2002
NEW YORK REVIEW OF SCIENCE FICTION READINGS
Most literary events in Manhattan don't feature an author reading from the first chapter of a novel where the titular character gets his head blown off by a shotgun. But when the reader is horror author Jack Ketchum and the reading series is the NEW YORK REVIEW OF SCIENCE FICTION READINGS at Dixon Place, that's only expected. One Monday a month, curator Sheree Renee Thomas brings together two writers from the science fiction, fantasy, or horror genres and lets 'em rip. Finally, stories about something other than aging college professors having affairs with naive freshmen girls, or those girls, now grown up, struggling to marry well in the big city. May aliens probe them all! Five bucks gets you in.