>Book Tours Get Down and Dirty

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Oftentimes writers create characters to air their dirty laundry and clean out their perverbial closets. This is nothing new, of course, but have you ever attended a book reading at a laundromat?
New York writer Emily Rubin has organized a series of readings called “Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose,” at laundromats in New York.

“Just mixing laundry and writing seemed completely natural to me because truly in life and metaphorically as a writer, everyone has dirty laundry,” said the Brooklyn native who started the series last year.

I haven’t been to a laudromat in years, but I wouldn’t be opposed to throwing in a few loads while listening to the latest reading of a good author. I think that at the least, this puts a spin on traditional literary marketing.

New literary twist added to laundry cycle

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