Author Henry James Korn’s bold and irreverent style is what I liked most about the story.
Last month, to kick off the debut of his novel Amerikan Krazy, author Henry James Korn did a reading to a standing room only crowd at the venerable in Los Angeles. Bert Deixler, a law partner at Kendall Brill Kelly LLP and co-owner of Chevalier’s, welcomed guests and introduced Amerikan Krazy’s publisher as well as author Henry James Korn who animated his reading by impersonating numerous characters from the novel. After the reading Henry answered some questions and inscribed several dozen copies to awaiting fans while everyone enjoyed wine and cheese.
Here we present an audio version of a portion of the evening’s proceedings for those looking for just a small taste of what Amerikan Krazy has to offer. For those interested, Henry also posted someon his blog.
Fans are welcome to view several upcoming events at which Henry James Korn will read/perform portions of the book as well as sign copies.
Yesterday, at the opening of the BC Space Gallery exhibition of Amerikan Krazy: Life Out of Balance, author Henry James Korn read chapter 18 entitled “Inside the Whale” of his debut novel Amerikan Krazy to a packed house that quickly became standing room only.
Culture impresario Henry James Korn treats us to biting satire in his brand new book Amerikan Krazy, published by Boffo Socko Books.
Amerikan Krazy novelist Henry James Korn is slated to appear at the curated exhibit “Amerikan Krazy: Life Out of Balance” featuring the work of over twenty notable southland artists.
Henry may have a few choice things to say about the privatization of the Orange County Great Park in the context of his novel Amerikan Krazy which is also about the corporate capture of every single square inch of public and private psychological and physical space in the universe.
HUGE thanks to everyone who caucused at the Super Wednesday launch party for Amerikan Krazy by Henry James Korn at Chevalier’s Books, one of Southern California’s premier independent booksellers. This venerable Los Angeles literary Mecca, founded in 1940, drew a standing room only crowd comprising lovers of socio-political satire and art, film, and book world friends of the author and publisher.