Aneesha Capur read from Stealing Karma, about a woman left without any support during an attempted military coup in Nairobi. Alta Ifland read "Double Lives," from Death-in-a-Box, wherein humans discover how to make a profit of the last remnant of uselessness: pure being -- also "Going Back," about untraining her brain not to move towards the future. Stephen Kessler read his definitive work of cultural/film criticism "Werewolves on Speed (the movie)," wherein Jack Nicholson bites off Dennis Hopper's head. Cary Tennis read "Men at Work" from Men at Work then his handy Salon advice column response to "A Writer or A Fool." Timothy Crandle read about Midwestern police responses to auto-asphyxiation.