"Ulysses" is now in the public domain and in celebration of this, and James Joyce's birthday, Frank Delaney is taking "Ulysses" to the people and the park! At 11am this Wednesday January 25th, Frank Delaney will read aloud from "Ulysses" to the public in Madison Square Park, New York City.
Each year he'll read the amount of text his Re:Joyce podcast has covered - (in this case, thirty-five pages). And he'll be back next year and the year after that - for the next twenty-five, or so, years.
So join fellow Ulysses lovers and passers-by in the park this Wednesday at 11, for the first annual "Occupy Ulysses," as Frank Delaney (NYTimes bestseller, BBC broadcaster and Joycean) stands on his soapbox and reads us the story... or at least 35 pages of it....
If you can't make it, stay tuned for a video of the event to be released February 2nd, and be sure to listen in to Frank's Re:Joyce podcasts, every Wednesday for the next 25 years!