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Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA

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Monday
Jeremy D. Popkin presents Facing Racial Revolution 7pm @ Dutton's

Tuesday
Alan Corey presents A Million Bucks by 30 7pm @ Book Soup
Christopher Rice presents Blind Fall 7pm @ Borders, West Hollywood

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Wednesday
Milo Martin presents Poems for a Utopian Nihilist 7pm @ Book Soup
Leslie Lehr presents Wife Goes On 7pm @ Dutton's
Josh Swiller discusses The Unheard: A Memoir of Deafness in Africa 7pm @ Central Library

Thursday
Scott Heim presents and signs We Disappear 7pm @ Book Soup
Leslie Lehr discusses and signs Wife Goes On 7pm @ Vroman's
Larry Fondation presents Fish, Soap and Bonds 7pm @ Metropolis Books
Katie Arnoldi presents The Wentworths 7pm @ Dutton's
Robin Wright discusses Dreams and Shadows: The Future of the Middle East with KCRW's Warren Olney 7pm @ Central Library

Friday
Catherine Delors presents Mistress of the Revolution 7pm @ Dutton's
CalArts MFA Writing Program Graduates read their work 7:30pm @ Skylight Books
Tori Spelling presents sTORI Telling 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove
The Moe Green Poetry Show hosted by Rafael F.J. Alvarado and S.A. Griffin 7:30pm @ Beyond Baroque
Hal Ackerman presents Long Women, Short Stories 8pm @ Beverly Hills Library

Saturday
Gay Browne discusses and signs Greenopia 2pm @ Vroman's
Chip Jacobs presents Wheeling the Deal 2pm @ Dutton's
Joshilyn Jackson presents and signs The Girl Who Stopped Swimming 5pm @ Book Soup
Mark Montano presents The Big-Ass Book of Crafts 5pm @ Skylight Books
Wanda Coleman, Jerry Quickley, Stanley Grinstein and several other poetry and musical guests celebrate Bob Holman's 60th birthday 7:30pm @ Beyond Baroque

Sunday
Cara Black discusses and signs Murder in the Rue de Paradis 3pm @ Vroman's
Maureen Selwood presents Green is for Privacy 5pm @ Skylight Books
Alex Austiin, Chris Kraus, George Melrod, Geoff Nicholson and other contributors read their work to celebrate the launch of Black Clock 8 4pm @ The Mandrake
John Sellers, Joe O'Brien, Owen Dara read their work for Vermin on the Mount 8pm @ Mountain Bar