Manmoth the Eighth: a SUCCESSFUL Manmoth.

It was a very enjoyable Manmoth. Brickbat was a very cozy room to read in. Subjects included koala bears, the Virgin Mary, puppets, crabs, and the Chinese method. We will do it again soon. Here is a link to coverage. Advertisements

Posted at 3:43 pm on December 18, 2010 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Uncategorized | Continue reading

Manmoth the Fifth: the Return of Manmoth

Come witness the return of MANMOTH! This MANMOTH will include readings SEVEN MINUTES in length. The festivities will start at 8pm, Saturday, April 24th, 1918 S. Bancroft St. Readers include (but are not limited to): PATTY RUSSO and her short short fictioneering SYLVIE BEAUVAIS talking about what happens when 12 year olds kiss grown men […]

Posted at 1:55 pm on April 15, 2010 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Uncategorized | Continue reading


ManMoth is a reading series with sounds and (moving) pictures.  It operates out of Cha-cha’razzi, 1918 S. Bancroft St., in the heart of South Philadelphia’s Auto District.  It will be repeated monthly until finished.

ManMoth is free to all citizens of the Commonwealth.  Refreshments will be served.  A small levy will be imposed on out-of-towners, for the maintenance of roads and bridges.

For more information, please contact