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Talk to the Hand (of God)
James Hannaham reads at BookPeople in support of his debut novel God Says No
DAILY Books  September 15, 2009, by Kimberley Jones
"...God may have said nyet, but the critics sounded yes to Michener graduate James Hannaham's widely praised comic novel, God Says No, which came out this summer from McSweeney's...."

God Says No
With dust-dry wit, James Hannaham charts a Homeric course for his protagonist through a sham marriage, an identity change, Atlanta's gay underground, an extended pray-away-the-gay program, and more
Books Review  July 10, 2009, by Cindy Widner
"...God Says Noby James Hannaham McSweeney's, 302 pp., $22..."

Was It Good for You?
The year in books
Books Story  January 1, 2010, by Cindy Widner
"...On the home(ish) front, Michener Center grad James Hannaham's tale of a closeted gay man's stabs at new identity, God Says No (McSweeney's), captures a rarely heard voice with empathy and wit. Family memoir The Kids Are All Right (Harmony), co-written by former Chron colleague Diana Welch and her siblings, is unpretentious, entertaining, and touching..."

Beam Me Up, Literati
Monofonus Press' Teleportal Readings 3 teams up with McSweeney's
DAILY Books  March 29, 2010, by Kimberley Jones
"...This month's Teleportal Reading links arms with McSweeney's to present live readings from Ausitn's Bill Cotter (Fever Chart) and Annie La Ganga (Stoners and Self-Appointed Saints), teleportal readings by James Hannaham (God Says No) and poet Dean Young, video from Wholphin, and a surprise musical guest. It all goes down tomorrow night (Tuesday, March 30), 8pm, at the Hotel San Jose (1316 S..."

Rebel Yell, Rebel Write Fiction
Free reading / music show Whiskey Rebellion
DAILY Books  March 17, 2010, by Kimberley Jones
"...6:00 Music by Southpaw Jones 6:30 Reading by Amelia Gray 6:45 Reading by Bill Cotter 7:00 Music by Jennifer Ellen Cook 7:45 Reading by P. Tyson Midkiff 8:00 Music by Alina Simone 8:45 Reading by Stephen Elliott 9:00 Music by The Shake 9:45 Reading by James Hannaham..."

News/Print
Everything is illuminated extremely loud and incredibly close
Books Column  April 1, 2005, by Shawn Badgley
"...• April's Utter reading series at BookPeople happens on the 12th at 7pm and features award-winning poet and teacher Carrie Fountain, MFA candidate in fiction and screenwriting James Hannaham, and poet, playwright, and UT English Ph.D. candidate Liz Jones...."

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