One wonders whether satire is necessary in this present age, as almost everything from Shikow's American History Week is almost as preposterous as my new novel.
"[South Korea] changes flight schedules, adds extra buses, and delays stock market openings [so test takers are not interrupted on the day of the exam]" Min Jeong, the narrator in the clip (above), explains."Some students even kill themselves trying to deal with the [stress of taking the exam]."
Beans and Berries, 3rd Floor
(near Yonsei University's Main Gate)
We will have
four featured readers
and four open readers.
The featured readers are
Loren Goodman, Dustin Hellberg,
Ken Drennen, and Pirooz Kalayeh.
If you are interested in
being one of the open
readers, submitting a video,
or need directions,
please contact 4 x 4.
Essayists, fiction writers,
interviewers, comic book artists,
filmmakers and poets welcome. ^ ^
Event: Poetry Reading*
Where: Loren G's house**
Date: Saturday, November 15
TIME: 6-8 PM
Address: A515 Hyoseong, Jewelry City, 48-2 Inui-dong, Jongno-Gu
All flight attendants are welcome to read if they so desire. A sign-up sheet will be passed among those present, if more than five people show up. ; )
Videos or audio clips are welcome from those who cannot attend due to distance or time (If videos are submitted post-event, we will show them at the next reading). Homemade refreshments will also be welcome from anyone who decides saltines and peanuts are just not enough.
*Special guest appearance by MacGyver
**This is a non-smoking home. Locations outside for snorkelers.