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Tuesday, September 13, 2011
92Y Culture Klatsch Q&A With Dylan Brody


Dylan Brody is currently touring his one-person storytelling show, More Arts / Less Martial, a must-see for anyone who loves the storytelling form, laughter, the martial arts, peace, humanity or any combination thereof.

He’s bringing his show to 92YTribeca tomorrow, September 14. So we sent him the 92Y Culture Klatsch Q&A to learn more about his culture and media diets. For example, we learned he subscribes to both The New Yorker and (sometimes) to Granta. “I also subscribe,” he told us, “to several Marvel Comics titles and every time a new comic book comes in the mail I am filled with a childlike glee.” And he has three two dogs, named Sir Corwin the Beautiful Dog-Faced Dog, Brindled Beast of Sylmar and Lord Buckley Sweetlips, Greatest of all Dane Mutts (The Dinosaur Slaying Dog).

Read the full Q&A below. 


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