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Get Your Lit On: The Week in Bookish LA

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Monday
P.J. O’Rourke signs On the Wealth of Nations 7pm @ Book Soup
Adam Gopnick reads Through the Children's Gate 7:30pm @ Skirball Cultural Center

Tuesday
David Mamet signs Bambi vs. Godzilla 7pm @ Book Soup
Edward Humes signs Monkey Girl 7pm @ Vroman’s
Norman Mailer discusses Castle in the Forest with David Ulin 7:30pm @ Writers Guild Theater
Daveed Gartenstein-Ross presents My Year in Radical Islam 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble Santa Monica

Wednesday
James Greer presents Artificial Light 7pm @ Book Soup
Jen Schefft presents Better Single Than Sorry 7pm @ Vroman’s

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Thursday
Ralph Nader discusses The Seventeen Traditions 7pm @ Dutton’s
Drawn + Quarterly graphic novelists in discussion 7pm @ Skylight Books
Kate Holden presents In My Skin 7pm @ Book Soup
Sarah Manguso presents Hard to Admit and Harder to Escape 7pm @ Hammer Museum
Rafe Esquith Teach Like Your Hair’s On Fire 7:30pm @ Barnes & Noble, The Grove

Friday
Allison Samuels signs Off the Record 7pm @ EsoWon Books
Barbara McQueen & Marshall Terrill sign Steve McQueen: The Last Mile 7:30pm @ Book Soup

Saturday
Michele Matheson presents Saving Angelfish 5pm @ Skylight Books
Barry Glassner signs The Gospel of Food 7pm @ Dutton’s

Sunday
Beatrice Hohenegger presents Liquid Jade: The Story of Tea from East to West 2pm @ Pacific Asia Museum
Helene Cardona presents The Astonished Universe 2pm @ Ruskin Art Club
Los Feliz Poetry Slam 8pm @ Formosa Cafe

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