Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Fiction at Work, not to mention a 55-word dollop of Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine hype and YouTube video love at the QUICKIES! Chicago.

It's true, way back on a balmy October night TBWCYL, Inc. spokesperson Ben Tanzer was invited to a QUICKIES! Chicago fundraiser and presented with the seemingly insurmountable challenge of reading a piece of no longer than 55 words. He not only embraced this challenge, but embraced his contractual obligation to hype Most Likely You Go Your Way and I'll Go Mine at any all times and the result has now been published in the new issue of Fiction at Work along with the work of many fine local writers including but not limited to This Blog Will Change Your Life favorites Mary Hamilton, Spencer Dew and the Amy Guth. Feel free to take a look, and if you are so inclined and/or have hankering for some visual stimulation, please feel free to watch the below video of Ben reading the piece live as well. We would argue that it is beyond scintillating, but you of course can be the judge of that yourself.

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