Carolyn Kellogg is lead blogger at the Los Angeles Times book blog Jacket Copy, as well as a writer of book reviews. She blogs about books and more at www.CarolynKellogg.com. Her radio stories have been heard on NPR.
Tod Goldberg is the author of several novels including Burn Notice: The Fix and Living Dead Girl, a finalist for the 2002 Los Angeles Times Book Prize. His short story collection "Simplify" was the winner of the Other Voices Short Story Collection Prize.
Seth Greenland is the author of The Bones and Shining City, both of which have been optioned for films. He also writes for HBO's "Big Love."
Ben Greenman is an editor at the New Yorker and the author of the under-ground indie hits Superbad, A Circle is a Balloon and Compass Both and most recently Please Step Back. Greenman lives in Brooklyn and writes a regular comedy column for McSweeney's literary journal.
Would you consider the audio edition of Enough About You to be better than the print version?
Doesn't apply. This is an audio of a panel discussion in front of an audience at the book festival, with interaction between authors, audience and moderator.
Any additional comments?
Anytime Goldberg is involved listen for a good laugh. I think he's hilarious, as are other panelists.