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Get Your Lit On: The Busy Week in Bookish LA
Barney Hoskyns presents Hotel California 7pm @ Book Soup
Christopher Nyerges discusses How To Survive Anywhere 7pm @ Vroman’s
Robert Crais signs The Watchman 7pm @ Borders Torrance
Dennis Cooper in discussion with the writers of Userlands 7:30pm @ Skylight Books
Chad Kultgen presents Average American Male 7pm @ Book Soup
Jane Smiley discusses Ten Days in the Hills 7pm @ Vroman’s
Allison L. Bailey, Frances A. Butler, Margaret Heritage, and Norma Silva sign
The Language Demands of School 7pm @ Dutton’s
Lee & Bob Woodruff discuss In An Instant 6:30pm @ Pasadena Public LibraryJohn Banville discusses Christine Falls with Tara Ison 7pm @ Central Library
Vince Van Patten and Robert J. Randisi sign The Picasso Flop 7pm @ Dutton’s
Elizabeth Aston discusses The Second Mrs. Darcy 7pm @ Borders Thousand Oaks
Jane Smiley in discussion with Pat Morrison about Ten Days in the Hills 7:30 pm @ Fine Arts Theater
Felicity Huffman signs A Practical Handbook for the Boyfriend 3pm @ Sephora Century City
Elaine Pagels & Karen King discuss Reading Judas 7pm @ All Saint’s Church
Dinah Lenney signs Bigger Than Life: A Murder Mystery 7pm @ Dutton’s
Lisa Scottoline presents Daddy’s Girl 7pm @ Borders Torrance
Sandra O’Briant signs What Wildness Is This: Women Write about the Southwest 2pm @ Dutton’s
August Jean presents Combat to Compensation 2pm @ Barnes & Noble Glendale
Tinling Choong presents Firewife 5pm @ Book Soup
Verlyn Klinkenborg discusses Writing the Road Between City and Country with Josh Kun 3pm @ Central Library
Max Barry presents Company 4pm @ Book Soup
Liam Callanan discusses All Saints 4pm @ Vroman’s
Christine Schutt & Tom Drury read from their latest work 6pm @ Hammer Museum
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