Anthony R. Westenkirchner Reads "Carried" Expo Presents: Transposition

Anthony R. Westenkirchner reads his experimental piece “Carried” from Exposition Review's Vol. V: Act/Break issue.  Read along at: About the Reader: Anthony R. Westenkirchner once killed a man in self-defense with an Oxford comma. His work has appeared (or is forthcoming) in the Mud Season Review, The Finger Literary Journal, Santa Ana River Review, Juste Milieu Lit & Art Zine, Genre: Urban Arts, 3Elements Literary Review, Bear Review, Owen Wister Review, Fearsome Critters, The Tulane Review, The Manhattanville Review, The Reject Pile, and Apparatus Magazine. A graduate of Loyola University Chicago, Anthony is a voracious reader who enjoys alpine skiing and witty condescension. He currently lives with his wife and their three children in Kansas City, Missouri. Thank you to Alexander Blu for intro and outro music, and the generous donations from our supporters that allow us to pay our authors.  Exposition Review is a fiscally sponsored project of Fractured Atlas. Hosted by Laura Rensing
  1. Anthony R. Westenkirchner Reads "Carried"
  2. Alessandra Castellanos Reads "In Darkness with the Ramirez Sisters"
  3. Expo Presents: Angela Miyuki Mackintosh reads "Girls Like Us"
  4. Expo Presents: A.J. Bermudez & Cast Reads "Spinning the Record"
  5. Expo Presents: Amanda Fletcher Reads "Off the Rails"