Actor Alex Karpovsky reads a short story by Etgar Keret, from his book, "The Bus Driver Who Wanted To Be God." (4 1/2 minutes)
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Actress Sue Scott reads a short story by Etgar Keret. Etgar's newest book is a memoir called The Seven Good Years.
Etgar Keret always had a good relationship with his dad, except for one thing. This was read for us in English translation by actor Michael Chernus.
Recently, host Ira Glass and his friend Etgar Keret were at an exhibit of photography by Cindy Sherman, and a woman came up to Etgar claiming to be Cindy Sherman. Then she said she wasn't.
What if someone mistakes you for someone else, and you decide to just gowith it? Actor John Conlee reads this story from Etgar Keret's bookSuddenly a Knock on the Door. In the podcast version, Etgar returns to explain the real-life experience that inspired him to write the story.
Actor Michael Chernus reads Etgar Keret's short story "What Of This Goldfish Would You Wish?" in which a young man decides to make a documentary about the secret longings of everyday Israelis. But he's not prepared for what he sees in the house of a man named Sergei.
A short story, "Fatso," by Etgar Keret from his collection "The Bus Driver Who Wanted To Be God." A woman reveals to her boyfriend that she's not always what she seems, especially at night. Matt Malloy reads.
When it comes to predictions, Etgar Keret only trusts one person in his family: His mom. She's amazingly accurate.
Etgar Keret describes the moment in the immediate aftermath of an affair. Actor Matt Malloy reads.
Actor Matt Malloy reads a short piece of fiction called "Shoes," about a boy trying not to be a turncoat. It's from Etgar Keret's book of short fiction The Busdriver Who Wanted to Be God, and Other Stories.
Actor Dermot Mulroney reads a new short story by Israeliwriter Etgar Keret. Etgar Keret's most recent book is the short story collection, The Girl on the Fridge.
Our program ends with a story of knowing your enemy in a more domestic setting: In a marriage. Actor Matt Malloy reads the story by Etgar Keret. "Eight Percent of Nothing" is from a collection of stories called The Nimrod Flip-Out.
"Fatso," a short story by Etgar Keret from his collection The Bus Driver Who Wanted to Be God. A woman reveals to her boyfriend that she's not always what she seems, especially at night.
A short story, "Fatso," by Etgar Keret. A woman reveals to her boyfriend that she's not always what she seems.