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Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA

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Monday
T.C. Boyle reads and chats with David Ulin 7pm @ Mark Taper Forum
Jennifer Kaufman & Karen Mack present Literacy and Longing in L.A. 7pm @ Studio Branch Library
Denise Hamilton & contributors signs Los Angeles Noir 7pm @ Borders Torrance
Pat Montandon discusses Oh, the Hell of It All 7pm @ Vroman's

Tuesday
Barry Glassner discusses The Gospel of Food 7pm @ Central Library
Kirk Douglas signs Let's Face It 7pm @ Borders Century City
Lisa Lutz signs The Spellman Files 7pm @ Dutton's
Poets discuss Voices from Leimert Park: A Poetry Anthology 6:30pm @ Vroman's
Pat Montandon presents Oh the Hell of it All 7pm @ Book Soup
Victoria Rowell presents The Women Who Raised Me 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove

Wednesday
Roger Rapoportsigns Citizen Moore 7pm @ Dutton's
Richard Preston discusses The Wild Trees: A Story of Passion and Daring 7pm @ Central Library
Ayn Carrillo-Gailey presents Pornology 7pm @ Book Soup

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Thursday
Aimee Liu presents Gaining: The Truth About Life After Eating Disorders 6:30pm @ Westwood Branch Library
A.M. Homes discusses and signs The Mistress's Daughter 7pm @ Vroman's
Harlan Ellison in discussion with Josh Olson 7pm @ Writer's Guild Theater
Terrance Hayes reads from Wind in a Box 7pm @ Hammer Museum
Joanna Barret presents Men's Guide to the Women's Bathroom 7pm @ Book Soup
Linda Olsson presents Astrid and Veronika 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble Encino
Laura Diamond discusses Deliver Me 7:30pm @ Village Books
Annie Choi presents Happy Birthday or Whatever 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, 3rd Street Promenade
Rene Syler signs Good Enough Mother 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove

Friday
Cal Ripken, Jr. discusses and signs Get in the Game 5:30pm @ Vroman's
Matt Diehl presents My So-Called Punk 7pm @ Book Soup
Arnold Steinhardt signs Violin Dreams 7pm @ Dutton's
Elizabeth Davidson signs Funky to Fabulous 7:30pm @ Village Books

Saturday
Jill Smolinski signs The Next Thing on My List 2pm @ Dutton's
Ken Corre discusses and signs his novel The Victim Donor 4pm @ Village Books
Denise Hamilton & contributors discuss and sign Los Angeles Noir 5pm @ Skylight Books
Peter Case presents As Far As You Can Get Without a Passport 7pm @ Book Soup

Sunday
Katrina Andrews presents Cool! You're Pregnant: The Handbook for the Busy Woman 4pm @ Book Soup
Felicia Luna Lemus presents Like Son 5pm @ Skylight Books

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