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Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA

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Monday
Markus Flanagan presents One Less Bitter Actor 7pm @ Book Soup
Dee Dee Myers presents Why Women Should Rule the World 7pm @ Vroman's
John Richardson signs A Life of Picasso: The Triumphant Years 7pm @ LACMA

Tuesday
Tony D'Souza presents The Konkans 7pm @ Book Soup
Tom Cathcart & Daniel Klein present Aristotle & an Aardvark Go to Washington 7pm @ Vroman's
Heather King presents Redeemed 7pm @ Barnes & Noble, 3rd Street Promenade

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Wednesday
Aimee Bender presents Willful Creatures 7pm @ Pi Restaurant
Thomas Cathcart & Daniel Klein presents Aristotle & an Ardvark Go to Washington 7pm @ Book Soup
Antonio Skármeta discusses The Dancer and the Thief with Verónica Cortínez 7pm @ Central Library
Cecil Castelluci hosts The Lit Thing 10pm @ M-bar

Thursday
Nat Young signs The History of Surfing 6pm @ Diesel, Malibu
Margaret B. Jones presents Love & Consequences: A Memoir of Hope & Survival 7pm @ Vroman's
J. Michael Walker presents All the Saints of the City of the Angels 7pm @ Book Soup
Nicholas Clapp signs Who Killed Chester Pray? 7:30pm @ Village Books
Kerry Madden presents Jessie's Mountain 7pm @ Dutton's
Gina Nahai discusses The Enigma of Iran with Robert Scheer 7pm @ Central Library
Danzy Senna & Gary Younge discuss their work 7pm @ Hammer Museum
Wendy Molyneux presents Everything is Wrong With You 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove

Friday
Marilyn Hacker & Margo Berdeshevsky read their work 7:30pm @ Beyond Baroque

Saturday
Marilyn Reynolds discusses and signs No More Sad Goodbyes 3pm @ Vroman's
UC Riverside MFA Writers read their work 5pm @ Skylight Books
David Ossman & Rex Butters read their work 7:30pm @ Beyond Baroque
Mark Biskeborn discusses and signs Mojave Winds 8pm @ Borders, Long Beach at the Pike

Sunday
Gina Nahai discusses Caspian Rain and what it means to be part of the creative Persian Jewish Community in Los Angeles 2pm @ Autry Museum