This just in from the NY Times “Urban Eye“:
Attention, rock geeks: Get yourself over to the Housing Works bookstore for a reading from the 33 1/3 series of chapbooks about seminal records. (Previous highlight: “Doolittle,” a slender volume on the Pixies album courtesy of The New York Times’s own Ben Sisario.) The authors Kim Cooper, Amanda Petrusich and Andrew Hultkrans will explain their affection for the albums “In the Aeroplane Over the Sea” (Neutral Milk Hotel), “Pink Moon” (Nick Drake) and “Forever Changes” (Love) — and why those albums should mean something to you, too. Hey, maybe you’ll even be moved to buy them.
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I hope some of you in the New York area will be able to join us TONIGHT! Tuesday, March 25th at 7pm at Housing Works. We will have 2 authors in town from California, and 2 from NYC. Please check your guns at the door, we will have no east coast/west coast shenanigans on Tuesday.
A reading and conversation with 33 1/3 authors Kim Cooper (Neutral Milk Hotel’s In the Aeroplane Over the Sea), Andrew Hultkrans (Love’s Forever Changes), Amanda Petrusich (Nick Drake’s Pink Moon), and Kate Schatz (PJ Harvey’s Rid of Me). With Q& A, signing and reception.