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A Conversation with André Alexis, about his novel Fifteen Dogs, September 3, 2015

September 3, 2015

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What happens when two of the Olympian Gods—namely Apollo and Hermes—two of the “Bad Boy” gods—decide to spend a night of revelry in the Wheat Sheaf Tavern not far from Toronto’s waterfront?

Between their rounds of drinking, being worshipped and carelessly improvising at least one minor miracle, theyalexis-andre-2015 manage to have a conversation about the nature of humanity and human intelligence. It is this conversation that leads to the wager upon which André Alexis’s wonderful novel, Fifteen Dogs, is built.

Join me tonight at 7pm when I have a conversation with André Alexis about Fifteen Dogs on my radio program GRAFFITI. Listen to it on Hellenic Public Radio, WNYE, 91.5 fm. Or listen on-line at the Hellenic Public Radio/CosmosFM website.

For more information you might find the websites below useful.

CLICK HERE for André Alexis’s Wikipedia entry.

CLICK HERE for information on Fifteen Dogs.

CLICK HERE for the Brooklyn Book Festival Events: Subverting Tropes: Household Appliances, Talking Dogs, and Robinson Crusoe. September 20, 2015.

For more information about the Open Mic I’m hosting at the Hudson Valley Writers Center CLICK HERE.

For information concerning the class on Public speaking that I’ll be giving at the Hudson Valley Writers Center CLICK HERE.

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