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Not your typical story hour

Posted by Emily Sweeney April 2, 2007 09:23 PM

Local scribe Jeannie Greeley is going to share some of her most memorable (and hilarious) stories at the Boston Public Library next week.

She’s one of ten authors slated to appear at the library’s West End branch on Thursday, April 12th for True Stories, an event put together by Aforementioned Productions.

As the headline suggests, the program features "poets and writers reading work which has been inspired by or taken from real-life events."

I’m not exactly sure what the other folks will be reading, but Jeannie said she plans to “horrify dignified audiences” with selections from her Stuff@Night Sexploits column and her Pink Mafia series that appears regularly in Bay Windows.


-- Emily Sweeney

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