This week in San Francisco
Monday 3/19: Booksmith launches an original release, San Francisco and the Bay Area: the Haight Ashbury Edition. Snacks, readings, and history. 7:30 pm.
Tuesday 3/20: Viracocha hosts poet Susan Browne followed by an open mic celebrating Women’s History Month. Bring your nearest and dearest woman-written and/or inspired poems. 8pm, suggested $5 donation. Words Without Borders, a nonprofit dedicated to literature in translation, presents Guatemalan short story author Eduardo Halfon at Modern Times. Free, 7pm.
Wednesday 3/21: Bart Schneider reads from a new, locally-based novel, Nameless Dame: Murder on the Russian River, a “vision of a world where everyone, high and low, criminal and otherwise, is susceptible to the clarion call of poetry.” Free, 7pm Green Apple.
Saturday 3/24: Lovely people at Mozilla host an in-depth Firefox clinic. Free, with food! 11am-4pm, drop in.
Sunday 3/25: Follow a discussion on the controversies surrounding Heidegger with jazz by 2 Franks at Bird and Beckett. Free, 2:30 and 4:30pm.