Holy shit, folks.
I didn't even post to tell you about Who Killed Andrew Hilbert? a Radio drama.
Well, let me tell you about it now.
A little while back I heard Isaac Kirkman and Paul Garth were coming into town at the same time. Always wanting to insert myself into the lives of others, I offered to help organize a reading. As these things go, I procrastinated quite a bit until I was able to get my boss to give me the go ahead on having the reading at Radio.
Paul Garth ended up not being able to make it but we were able to get a pretty impressive list of readers.
Gabino Iglesias and Robert Dean are always down for a local reading so I invited them. J David Osborne and Rios de la Luz came in from El Paso. Isaac Kirkman came from Tucson, Arizona. Max Booth III came in from Cibolo, TX. Cheryl Couture came in from North Austin. Trey Hudson crawled out of his poetry trailer to grow a mustache and wear my clothes on stage.
It was a fun night.
Trey and I figured that readings by themselves are very boring. We didn't want any audience member to feel time pass too slowly. No matter how good writers are at reading their own work, if it goes on too long without any kind of break, people are going to get bored. We decided to frame the whole thing as a "murder mystery" and name the thing Who Killed Andrew Hilbert? to attract a crowd.
We didn't expect a crowd.
But the Austin Chronicle recommended the event.
The readers slated to perform were impressive.
Trey and I put up posters everywhere around town.
The place was packed on a Sunday night for a reading. It was great.
Anyways, most of the event was livestreamed so here it is.
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