The remarkable Robert Burton read the first short story he ever published, and explained the genesis of his epistemological best-seller On Being Certain. Sybil Lockhart read the most biochemically-informed sex scene in history. Jen Burke Anderson stood in once again for a mysteriously absent reader, in this case Pireeni Sundaralingam – we're starting to get suspicious about what Jen's doing with all these people – this time Jen read an awesome story about a storm on an island of tourists. Holger Berndt related some adventures of hedge fund manager Jasper Weatherly. Michael Boehm read his story “Margin of Error,” about a man who is not oblivious; rather, he is just too busy noticing things.