Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Richette the Novelist

The ULA caught a reading last week by Philadelphia novelist Lawrence Richette. The best Philadelphia novelist alive today. It's a sign of the insularity of the U.S. literary scene that Richette labors in obscurity. His The Fault Line especially-- a fictional look at the MOVE tragedy-- should be read by everybody who cares about this city.

We're pleased to have Larry among the scheduled readers for our big "Underground" show April 22.

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