NEW YORK (AP) — Put Salman Rushdie, Martin Amis and Ian McEwan on a stage and expect a night of high art and school boy humor, of reading, writing and Christopher Hitchens.
And hysterical sex.
The three literary stars, all in their 60s and friends for more than half their lives, appeared together Monday night at the 92nd Street Y on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
Amis and McEwan were there to read from their latest novels, both now out in paperback. Rushdie handled the introductions and the question and answer period that followed the readings.