Bravo-licious gay Andy Cohen is in Atlanta on Wednesday to pitch his new book and likely chat up some queens at Blake’s when he’s done. But first, we’ve got an exclusive audio clip from “Most Talkative” so you can listen before you go and, well, listen to Cohen in person.
Macmillan Audio provides our clip from the audiobook version of “Most Talkative.” So click, listen to Cohen narrate, and then go see him face-to-face at SCAD and watch what happens live. Sorry, couldn’t resist.
Listen to the audio clip.
Cohen’s visit to Atlanta is sponsored by SCAD-Atlanta and A Cappella Books. He will appear at SCAD on Peachtree Street in Midtown at 6:30 p.m.
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