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A guide to readers and writers: an interview with J.C. Hallman

When J.C. Hallman takes the stage at the Loft Dec. 4 to read from his works, he will bring his vast experience as a fiction and nonfiction writer and as a polished public reader. His unique, sometimes counterintuitive insights are delivered without excess language and often with a sharp wit. Despite his careful and artistic use of language, Hallman enjoys friendly and informal encounters. He prefers to be called Chris.

On Public Readings
Has Hallman chosen what to read? “I may not choose until the day of the event. Overplanned readings can backfire, as it’s a dynamic experience. It will probably depend on what I’m thinking about, based on the conversations we’ve been having at the Loft.”

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