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Today, 1/17, 7 PM, Troy Reed signs his book "Troy’s Summer" at Dutton’s Brentwood Books: 11975 San Vicente Blvd. Tuesday, 1/18

Leander Kahney, author of forth coming book, "The Cult Of Mac," will discuss the Macintosh/Apple subcultureand display his photos on 1/18 at the W Hotel Westwood in Los Angeles (930 Hilgard Ave., in the VIP Room)7-9 PM. You must reserve a spot so call 888-718-4764 before you arrive.

Carrie Fisher appears at 7:00 PM at Dutton’s Beverly Hills Books: 447 N. Canon Dr. Beverly Hills, to sign the paperback of "The Best Awful"

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Linda Fairstein appears at 7:00 PM at Vroman's Bookstore 69
5 E. Colorado Blvd Pasadena to sign her book "Entombed"

If you can't get into Wendy Wasserstein's already sold-out engagement at the Los Angeles Central Library speaker series, remember that you have another shot at seeing La Wasserstein when she visits Book Soup on Wednesday, 1/19 at 7 PM to sign her newest book "Sloth in the New Year," her contribution to Oxford University Press's "Seven Deadly Sins" series. Book Soup 8818 Sunset Blvd. W. Hollywood CA 90069