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Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA

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Edmund White presents Hotel de Dream: A New York Novel 7pm @ Central Library
Patricia Hampl presents The Florist's Daughter 7pm @ Dutton's
Red Hen Press poets read their work 8pm @ Boston Court Main Stage, Pasadena

Oliver Sacks presents Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain 7pm @ Central Library
Roger Director presents I Dream in Blue 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove
Francisco Goldman presents The Art of Politcal Murder 7:30pm @ Skirball Cultural Center

Katherine Weber presents Triangle 6:30pm @ Westood Branch Library
Alice Sebold presents The Almost Moon 7pm @ Hammer Museum
Katheleen Flinn presents The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry 7pm @ Vroman's
Jermaine Dupri presents Young, Rich and Dangerous 7pm @ Book Soup
Sonia Nazario presents Enrique's Journey 7pm @ Japanese-American National Museum
Jeanine Basinger presents The Star Machine 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, Santa Monica
Tom Perrotta presents The Abstinence Teacher 7:30pm @ Book Soup

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Ann Packer presents Songs Without Words 3pm @ Wonderland Avenue School
Julius Shulman presents Modernism Rediscovered 6pm @ Taschen
Nick Hornby presents SLAM 7pm @ Book Soup
Alex Ross presents The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century 7pm @ Central Library
Alice Waters presents The Art of Simple Food 7pm @ Vroman's
Rachel Zoe presents Style A to Zoe 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove
Richard Russo discusses Bridge of Sighs with Tod Goldberg 7:30pm @ Fine Arts Theater

Allen Zadoff presents Hungry 7pm @ Dutton's
The Rolling Darkness Revue 7:30pm @ Skylight Books
Los Angeles Poets & Writers Collective read Big City Mantra 7:30pm @ Village Books

Millard Kaufman presents Bowl of Cherries 2pm @ Dutton's
General Wesley Clark presents A Time to Lead 2pm @ Hollywood United Methodist Church
A. J. Jacobs presents The Year of Living Biblically 4pm @ Vroman's
Lynne Thompson presents Beg No Pardon 4pm @ Metropolis Books

Lisa See presents Peony In Love 2pm @ Pacific Asia Museum
Randy Cepuch presents A Weekend with Warren Buffet 2pm @ Metropolis Books
Deb Olin & Rebecca Curtis read their work 6pm @ Hammer Museum
Hillary Carlip presents Queen of the Oddballs 7pm @ Dutton's

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