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

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The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books will be held this week on Saturday & Sunday, April 28 - 29th.

Cathryn Jakobson Ramin signs Carved in Sand 7pm @ Dutton's

Jeff Hobbs presents The Tourists 7pm @ Book Soup
Jeffrey Lewis signs Theme Song for an Old Show 7pm @ Dutton's
Santa Montefiore discusses and signs The Gypsy Madonna 7pm @ Vroman's

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Kristen Buckley presents Tramps Like Us: A New Jersey Tale 7pm Book Soup
Sherman Alexie discusses Flight 7pm @ Vroman's
Mary Otis signs Yes, Yes, Cherries 7pm @ Dutton's
David Sedaris reads his work and makes the audience laugh 8pm @ Royce Hall, UCLA

Daniel Meyers signs In a Dybbuk’s Raincoat: Collected Poems 7pm @ Dutton's
Dan Matthews signs Committed: A Rabble-Rouser's Memoir 7pm @ Borders, Westwood
Tom Gamache and Matthew Jaffe sign Santa Monica Mountains:Range on the Edge 7:30pm @ Village Books
Tim Gunn presents A Guide to Quality, Taste & Style 7:30pm @ A Different Light Bookstore
Steven Hall presents The Raw Shark Texts 7:30pm @ Skylight Books

Walter Isaacson discusses and signs Einstein: His Life & Universe 7pm @ All Saints Church
Laura Lippman discusses and signs What the Dead Know 7pm @ Vroman's

Amy Stewart discusses and signs Flower Confidential 5pm @ Village Books

Maggie Nelson (The Red Parts) & Matthew Sharpe (Jamestown) read their work 6pm @ Hammer Museum

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