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Get Your Lit On: The LA Times Festival of Books Week in Bookish LA

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Monday
Marya Hornbacher discusses and signs Madness: A Bipolar Life 7pm @ Vroman's
Tom Leopold & Bob Sand present Milt & Marty: The Longest Lasting & Least Successful Comedy Writing Duo in Show Biz History 7pm @ Barnes & Noble, 3rd Street Promenade
Neil Atkinson signs Boxcar Poetry Review 7:30pm @ Village Books
Eric Mabius signs Ugly Betty: The Book 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove
Jennifer Kwon Dobbs presents Paper Pavillion 8:30pm @ Village Books

Tuesday
Brian Antoni presents South Beach 7pm @ Book Soup

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Wednesday
Anne Perry discusses Buckingham Palace Gardens 7pm @ Vroman's
Billy Mernit discusses and signs Imagine Me & You 7:30pm @ Village Books

Thursday
Akashic Party featuring Elizabeth Crane, Mike Farrell, Abraham Rodriguez & Nina Revoyr 7pm @ Book Soup
Andrew Foster Altschul presents Lady Lazarus 7pm @ Vroman's
J. Peter Scoblic presents U.S. V. Them 7pm @ Pasadena Public Library
Bill Minor discusses and signs Trek 7:30pm @ Village Books
Kenny Mayne signs An Incomplete and Inaccurate History of Sport 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove

Friday
Jim Krusoe, Lee Montgomery & Andrew Tonkovich celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Santa Monica Review 7:30pm @ Beyond Baroque

Saturday
LA Times Festival of Books 10am - 6pm @ UCLA*

Sunday
LA Times Festival of Books 10am - 5pm @ UCLA*
Pedestal Magazine features John Amen, Timothy Green, Judy Kronenfeld, Florence Weinberger, Ed Frankel and David Dannov 4pm @ Beyond Baroque

*Note: Tickets to the discussion panels at the Festival of Books are free, but you must secure them in advance. The best panels fill up quickly and the lines on the day of the event are often very long. These "free" tickets are now available. Take a look the panel schedules today and secure your free tickets as soon as possible to ensure you can get in and see your favorite writers discussing their work!