First time ever, UnFictional went before a live audience at the lovely and intimate Ann and Jerry Moss Theater at New Roads school in Santa Monica. On this episode, three stories from that night…
Writer and storyteller Carlos Kotkin tells the story what happens when the biggest planned event of his whole life happens without warning and with no plan.
A writer and storyteller, Kotkin is the author of
Please God Let it Be Herpes: A Heartfelt Quest For Love and Companionship.
Television writer and comic Liz Feldman tells about the time her mother wrote her the most revealing and awkward note imaginable… and it was in rhyme.
Liz Feldman won an Emmy award for work on the Ellen program
and she’s currently a writer for Two Broke Girls.
As a young man, comic Rob Delaney enjoyed hanging out in cemeteries and laying in empty graves, but somehow he grew out of it.
Rob Delaney has been called the funniest man on Twitter. He’s the author of
Rob Delaney: Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage.
Banner image: KCRW live performance of UnFictional at Moss Theater. All photos: Caught in the Moment Photography