If you like talking and you fancy yourself a learned person then there is a high probability you may have listened to NPR. And if you have listened to NPR there is a chance you have listened to "Wiretap". I myself have never heard of "Wiretap" but I like "This American Life" so I would probably like "Wiretap", well I guess I can start it off by seeing it live at the Mesa Arts Center July 31st. Tickets go on sale this Friday HERE or maybe HERE... not sure yet.
In addition Jonathan will be performing select pieces from This American Life and will be reading experts from his latest book, "Ladies and Gentlemen, The Bible!" Which Changing Hands Bookstore will be sponsoring the exclusive book signing to after wards.
Jonathan Goldstein's writing has appeared in The Walrus, The New York Times, GQ, and The National Post. He is a frequent contributor to PRI's This American Life and the New York Times Magazine, and was a 2002 co-recipient of The Third Coast Audio Festival's Gold Prize. In 2004, he was awarded a Canadian National Magazine award for humor. He is author of the novel, "Lenny Bruce is Dead".