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Get Your Lit On: The Oh So Quiet, Long Holiday Weekend is Approaching Week in Bookish LA

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Monday
Nathaniel Mackey presents and signs Bass Cathedral 7pm @ Book Soup

Tuesday
Susan Squire presents and signs I Don't: A Contrarian History of Marriage 7pm @ Book Soup

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Wednesday
Debra Ginsberg discusses and signs The Grift 7pm @ Vroman's
Joie Davidow presents and signs I Wouldn't Leave Rome to Go to Heaven 7pm @ Book Soup

Thursday
Girls Night Out presents Stud Muffins & Little Black Apron (with cupcakes!) 6:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove
V.V. Ganeshananthan presents and signs Love Marriage 7pm @ Book Soup
Natasha Bauman signs The Disorder of Longing 7:30pm @ Village Books

Friday
USC Master of Professional Writing Student Reading Series7:30pm @ Book Soup

Saturday
Debra Ginsberg signs The Grift 1pm @ Mysteries to Die For
Skylight Books expansion celebration (with cake & champagne!) 3pm @ Skylight Books
Hayden Childs, Kim Cooper & David Smay read their 33 1/3 work 6pm @ Metropolis Books

Sunday
Kingston DuCoeur discusses and signs Icons, Idols & Personal Heroes 4pm @ Vroman's
Chiwan Choi, Chris Kerr, Pat Payne, Nancy Pimental & Derrick Brown read their work for Tongue & Groove 6pm @ The Hotel Cafe