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Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA
Nathan Englander discusses The Ministry of Special Cases 7pm @ Central Library
Nassim Assefi presents Aria 7pm @ Dutton's
Bill Bryan presents Keep It Real 7pm @ Book Soup
Carolyn See signs There Will Never Be Another You 7pm @ Platt Branch Library
Antoine Wilson presents The Interloper 7pm @ Dutton's
Bruce Dern presents Things I've Said, But Probably Shouldn't Have 7pm @ Book Soup
Helena Maria Viramontes & Manuel Munoz discuss their work 7pm @ Central Library
Sara Voorhees presents The Lumiere Affair 7pm @ Borders, Century City
Myriam Gurba presents Dahlia Season 7:30pm @ Skylight Books
Jim Crace discusses The Pest House with David L. Ulin 7pm @ Central Library
Tom Dolby & Melissa De La Cruz present Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys 7pm @ Book Soup
Meghan Daum, Janell Brown & Carino Chocano sign Altared 7pm @ Dutton's
Bruce Dern discusses Things I've Said But Shouldn't Have 7pm @ Vroman's
Peter Irons discusses God on Trial 7pm @ All Saints Church
Elmore Leondard presents Up In Honey's Room 7pm @ Book Soup
James Longenbach discusses his work 7pm @ Hammer Museum
Tom Dolby & Melissa de la Cruz present Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys 7pm @ Borders, Westwood
Jane Seymour presents Finding Yourself at Home 7pm @ Borders, Torrance
Eric Hoffman, Gary Rudoren & Bob Odenkirk present Comdey by the Numbers 7:30pm @ Skylight Books
Paula Huston discusses and signs By Way of Grace 7pm @ Vroman's
Diana Meehan signs Learning Like a Girl 7pm @ Dutton's
Herman Leonard signs Jazz, Giants and Journeys 7:30pm @ Village Books
Pete Jordan presents Dishwasher 7pm @ Book Soup
Ray Bradbury discusses his life and work 7pm @ Torrance Cultural Arts Center
Lois Frankel discusses See Jane Lead 4pm @ Vroman's
Gronk & Max Benavidez present Gronk! 5pm @ Skylight Books
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