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Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA

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Monday
Mark Danielewski presents Only Revolutions 7pm @ Vroman's
Ellen Sandler presents The TV Writer's Workbook 7pm @ Borders, Sherman Oaks
Nell Freudenberger & Jennifer Gilmore discuss their work with Bernadette Murphy 7pm @ Central Library
Sy Safransky discusses his work and The Sun 7:30pm @ Beverly Hills Public Library

Tuesday
James Ellroy discusses his work 7pm @ Central Library
Diana Gabaldon presents Lord John & the Brotherhood of the Blade 7pm @ Vroman's
Jack Klugman presents Tony and Me 7:30pm @ A Different Light Bookstore

Wednesday
Danica McKellar presents Math Doesn't Suck 7pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove
David Ulin presents The Myth of Solid Ground 7:30pm @ Otis College of Art & Design

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Thursday
David Leavitt presents The Indian Clerk 7pm @ Vroman's
Don Winslow presents The Winter of Frankie Machine 7pm @ Diesel, A Bookstore
The Girls of Critical Studies present Hallway Riot 7:30pm @ Metropolis Books

Friday
Charlie Huston presents The Shotgun Rule 7pm @ Vroman's
David Leavitt presents The Indian Clerk 7pm @ Dutton's
Rene Schultz presents Searching4mrright.com 7pm @ Barnes & Noble, Pico-Westwood
Mark Salerno presents Odalisque 7:30pm @ Skylight Books
Hal Ackerman presents Long Women 8pm @ Beverly Hills Public Library

Saturday
Max Sindell signs The Bright Side 2pm @ Dutton's
Gregory Paul Williams presents The Story of Hollywood 2pm @ Westwood Branch Library
Aileen Baron and Renee Morgan-Hampton read their work 3pm @ Metropolis Books
Sonya Sones presents What My Girlfriend Doesn't Know 3pm @ Vroman's
Vicki Vantoch presents The Threesome Handbook 7:30pm @ Skylight Books

Sunday
Romy Wyllie presents Betram Goodhue: His Life and Residential Architecture 2pm @ Central Library
Joel Stern signs Animated Origami Faces 2pm @ Dutton's
Sasha Issenberg presents The Sushi Economy: Globalization and the Making of a Modern Delicacy 5pm @ Village Books

Photo of Chinatown Gold Line Station by The Urbanist via Flickr