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New Short Fiction Series Announces 2010 Line-Up, New Space

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Now entering its 14th year, the New Short Fiction Series has left the Beverly Hills Public Library, finding a new home at Barndall Art Park in Hollywood for 2010. The series features L.A. area and West Coast writers, many of them accomplished screen writers. January's event features "Painted Bicycles" and other stories by Andrea Lisa Leeb, who will share the stage with Jennifer Ann Evans (Criminal Minds), Jesse Holcomb (Dead Shot and Eddie) and Buckley Sampson (According to Jim). Shows cost $10 ($15/ door) or $80 for a season pass (11 shows in all)

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