EXCLUSIVELY FEATURING: writer/memoirist Alan Kaufman of book Jew Boy and performer/playwright Robert Galinsky of play The Bench
Join entertainingly inquisitive host Jennifer Brodsky ask famous
creators (this time Alan and Robert) to tell us the truth about their creations, themselves and New York City. perNYC in collaboration with NYPL The New York Public Library Tompkins Square Library is pulling back the curtain for a special couple episode recordings and letting you experience what’s behind the podcast everyone’s been talking about by giving you the chance to be part of what thousands of people all over the world will listen to, meet Jennifer and the creators and even ask your own questions!
Refreshments will be provided as we celebrate NYC, East Village, its creative community and true spirits.
perNYC is the "MUST LISTEN NOW" podcast exploring NYC creations as per their creators. Each episode NYC becomes raw, creations real and creators are truthful.
Jennifer Brodsky is the host and creator of perNYC. She resides in the East Village of NYC and is often found sitting on her stoop with neighbors and people who pass by telling their stories. Of perNYC’s recent success, she says, “I’m keeping it real and excited to see that can grow into something big. Who knows, this time next year we’ll all be tuning in to perPARIS, perTOKYO or perLONDON.” Welcoming everyone, Jennifer encourages telling others about perNYC and sending her any comments, ideas, questions, thoughts and recommendations whether directly or through podcast reviews.
Alan Kaufman is an American writer, memoirist and poet. He is the author of the memoirs Jew Boy and Drunken Angel, the novel Matches, and is the editor of The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry.
Robert Galinsky is a contributing writer to The Fresh Toast, is Head Speaker Coach for TEDxTeen, TEDxFultonStreet, and teaches writing and performance at Rikers Island Jail, through the non-profit Literacy for Incarcerated Teens and GalinskyCoaching.com. His work as an artist activist has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, and on The VIEW, NPR, ABC Nightline News and many media outlets.
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