Here are some photos from the last Two-Book Minimum at Community Bookstore (plus next month’s guests)! Thanks to anyagarrett for taking the bookstore photos. Here’s info on the next show:

Two-Book Minimum:

Join a pair of writer-comedians as they invite their favorite writer-comedians into a closed bookshop for a free night of stand-up, stories, and a few drunken ramblings about their favorite books. Every last Friday of the month, Dan Wilbur (Better Book Titles creator, author of “How Not to Read”) and Ross Hyzer (New Yorker contributor) close down the Community Bookstore in Park Slope for a show like no other!

This month’s lineup includes:
 
Lizz Winstead (creator of the Daily Show, MSNBC)
Hari Kondabolu (FX’s Totally Biased, Comedy Central)
Jay Welch (McSweeney’s)
and more!
FREE!
Friday, January 31st @ 9:30 PM
Community Bookstore
143 7th Ave Brooklyn, NY
(7th Ave between Garfield and Carroll St)
Nearest subways: 2,3 R, Q and F/G trains


  
lessthansix:

William Shakespeare: Richard II

The Arrested Development/Shakespeare connection.

lessthansix:

William Shakespeare: Richard II

The Arrested Development/Shakespeare connection.




  

“The pro and the con: so the pro is total equal access to the means of distribution to everyone in the country where people, whoever they are, whenever they have an idea, they can spread it as far and wide and hopefully to some degree those ideas are picked up based on their merit…that sea-change invention of technology on par with the invention of the printing press, in terms of revolutionizing the way that we communicate as a species versus…sometimes people write you a mean e-mail? Yeah, I’d say let’s just burn the whole thing to the ground.”

Adam Conover, on the Internet and trolls on Episode #6 of Two-Book Minimum with Rachel Fershleiser and Dan Wilbur

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