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There's too much going on Sunday, November 7th.How can we choose between the following lit events all happening on the same night?

If we could, we'd start out in the west of Los Angeles at Royce Hall, UCLA in Westwood where Russell Banks converses with Michael Ondanjtee about Film and Fiction while their pal, actor Willem Defoe, just sits between them, exuding dangerous charisma.

8pm Royce Hall,
UCLA Live Event Tickets: $35, 28, 20 ($15 UCLA students)

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Then we'd head east on Sunset where Book Soup will host cult fave JT Leroy's "first, live American reading" (so sez Book Soup's promos) on Sunday at 7:00. He will be joined by special guest celebrity readers including Susan Dey, Carrie Fisher and Heather Graham.

Book Soup
8818 SUNSET BLVD.
WEST HOLLYWOOD

Finally, we'd end the night in Chinatown with a book and a drink at Jim Ruland's "Vermin on the Mount" book reading at The Mountain is located at:
475 Gin Ling Way
(pedestrian walkway off Hill St.)
Call 213-625-7500 for details.

Event starts at 7 PM and readings by Scott O’Connor (Among Wolves) Xeni Jardin (Boing Boing, NPR, Wired), Sean Carswell (Barney's Crew), Rachel Resnick (Go West Young F*cked-Up Chick), start at 8 PM.