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Wake Up book on bench

New York book launch

The New York launch for Wake Up and Smell the Shit: Hilarious Travel Disasters,  Monstrous Toilets and a Demon Dildo is on Saturday November 21, 2015, at 6:00 PM at People Kitchen and Lounge (163 Allen St., 2nd floor). The event is free but there are cocktails and food for sale from an exciting menu and of course autographed books (cash sales for books only), so you can put some signed shit in a loved one’s Christmas stocking. (I’ve been just itching for a chance to say “put some shit in a loved one’s stocking.”)

The editor and contributors will be entertaining you with their shockers and sexy times abroad: (read more…)

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Wake Up book on bench

The Toronto Book Launch for Wake Up and Smell the Shit: Hilarious Travel Disasters, Monstrous Toilets and a Demon Dildo is on Sat., Oct. 24th, at 3:00 PM. Jorge Miguel, one of Canada’s best Flamenco guitar players will be performing at 3:00 during the book signing, and contributor readings will start at 3:30. At Ben McNally Books, 366 Bay St.
Toronto book launch evite

Stand back! The 31 tales in this raunchy round-the-world romp might get you dirty. (read more…)

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Ben McNally: “Kirsten Koza is not only an entertaining and accomplished writer, she’s also a capable and polished performer, as she showed at her standing-room-only reading here at the store on March 2. Write faster, Kirsten!”

Toronto

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Kirsten reads at Ben McNally Books

I read an excerpt from “Easter Island and the Chilean with the Brazilian” (the ultimate vagina monologue, not in the Vagina Monologues) to a fabulous, fun, full house at Ben McNally Books.

 

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Kirsten was hired to write and deliver an entertaining speech to the European conference of Round Square. Go “Behind the Scenes” to read the speech she gave along with “The Costa Rican Shower Scene” from her book, Fork (still a work in progress).

After these readings, she had an active discussion with the delegates and gave readings of excerpts from her first book, which you can read on the Lost in Moscow page.

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