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Arts and Entertainment

Get Your Vermin On Tomorrow Night @ Mountain Bar

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The vermin are back this weekend as Jim Ruland's must-attend night of readings, Vermin on the Mount, features four indie writers tomorrow at 8pm @ Chinatown's Mountain Bar:

  • Jim Krusoe, who teaches fiction at Santa Monica College, will read from his just-out Girl Factory which we highlighted not so long ago for its wacky incoroporation of LA yogurt culture.
  • Sean Carswell, novelist, short story writer and publisher, will read from Train Wreck Girl.
  • Tosh Berman, publisher of Tam Tam books, will read from Boris Vian's The Dead All Have the Same Skin.
  • Dicky Murphy, who writes for television, will read from his collection World Cup Eagle.

Indie writers + alcohol + celebratory cake? Embrace your inner vermin and enjoy.