celebrates reading, readers, and occasionally movies about books like mine.
Sunday, October 3
Cantor Film Center, NYU, Theater 1
36 E. 8th Street at Greene
Absolutely free, but you need to pick up tickets at Borders in NY or at the festival booth.
The film's an hour plus Q&A afterward. I'm hoping for a surprise guest.
"Joyce to the World" celebrates the passionate readers of James Joyce's Ulysses, the
greatest novel of the 20th century that no one's actually read, with Bloomsday celebrations
from Kansas City to Kobe College. It features Brian Dennehy, Frank McCourt, Fionnula
Flanagan, Malachy McCourt, and Joyceans of all stripes. Irreverent, fast-paced, seriously
funny. And made on a shoestring.
For more info, e-mail me or check out http://www.joycetotheworld.com
The full NY is Book Country program is on their website at <http://
www.nyisbookcountry.com> and will be an insert in next Wednesday's NY Times.
Hope you can make it!
writer and producer