Hear Neal Stephenson, Willem Dafoe, and More Read Etgar Keret’s Suddenly, A Knock On The Door

From our friends at Farrar, Straus and Giroux comes this preview of the audio version to Etgar Keret’s recently released story collection, Suddenly a Knock On the Door. (You can read more about the book’s Kilgore Trout-ishness here.)

They’ve slipped us a sample from the audio version, which comes out on April 10th, of SF giant Neal Stephenson reading “Septemer All Year Long,” a science fiction selection from the book. 

The voice cast for this collection is impressive and full of various authors and personalities reading a selected story. The full list includes Ira Glass, Miranda July, Michael Chabon, and many, many more. See below for the full roster.

Several of the authors reading Keret’s stories have been featured in Genre in the Mainstream, while others are just plain awesome. Check out who is  reading the stories:

  • “Suddenly, a Knock on the Door” read by Ira Glass
  • “Chessus Christ” read by Dave Eggers
  • “Simyon” read by Nicole Krauss
  • “Healthy Start” read by Ben Foster
  • “Teammork” read by Mathieu Amalric
  • “Pudding” read by Aimee Bender
  • “Unzipping” read by Miranda July
  • “Polite Little Boy” read by Ben Marcus
  • “Mystique” read by Willem Dafoe
  • “Snot” read John Sayles
  • “Grab the Cukoo by the  Tail” read by Gary Shteyngart
  • “Pick a Color” read by Robert Wisdom.
  • “Black and Blue” read by Stella Schanable
  • “What Do We Have in Our Pockets?” read by Michael Chabon
  • “Bad Karma” read by Lorin Stein
  • “Ari” read by Rick Moody
  • “Bitch” read by Nathan Englander
  • “The Story, Victorious” read by Scott Shepherd
  • “Not Completely Alone” read by Michael Chernus
  • “One Step Beyond” read by Shea Whigham
  • “Big Blue Bus” read by Josh Charles
  • “Hemmorrhoid” read by Michael Buscemi
  • “Joseph” read by Mark Duplass
  • “Mourner’s Meal” read by Shalom Auslander
  • “Parallel Univereses” read by Todd Hasak-Lowy
  • “Upgrade” read by Josh Radnor
  • “Suprise Party” read by Scott Sheperd
  • “What Animal Are You?” read by Jonathan Safran-Foer


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