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See You There: Paris Review at the Strand, Tomorrow!

July 10, 2012 | by

Mark your calendars! Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 11, join The Paris Review and the Strand for the second in a series of literary salons.

Enjoy wine (from Sip) and words (read by Amber Tamblyn) with two New York institutions. See you there!

Wednesday, July 11, 7 P.M.–8:30 P.M.
The Strand Bookstore, third-floor Rare Book Room
828 Broadway at Twelfth Street

Admission: Buy a copy of the current Paris Review or a $15 Strand gift card.

To reserve your seat, click here.



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  1. GZ | July 11, 2012 at 12:25 pm

    What’s the deal with using Amber Tamblyn as your poster girl? I understand this television actress and child of celebrity has written a bit of poetry and obviously, she’s a looker but it seems that above all she’s a scene maker and a bit overexposed… If I’m wrong, maybe you should consider posting some of her poetry on this blog.

  2. Robert Paglia | July 11, 2012 at 1:03 pm

    GZ – You’re not wrong. I’ve read some of it,and it’s awful. I commented about this on their original post for this event and it was promptly deleted.

  3. Sadie Stein | July 11, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    GZ and Robert – Thanks for taking the time to comment! In our readings and events, we look for performers who can bring the work to life, be it their own or someone else’s. Last time Wallace Shawn brought a new dimension to “Car-Crash While Hitchhiking,” while stage actress Amy Warren channeled Dorothy Parker. We think you’ll agree that Amber does something special with April Ayers Lawson’s “Virgin.”

  4. Robert Paglia | July 11, 2012 at 2:32 pm

    Sadie – Didn’t realize she was reading someone else’s work. She may very well be an able reader, she just isn’t someone who would come to mind when I think of “the Paris Review” – no offense. I guess I’m too old.

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