Posts Tagged: Tom Barbash

Notable San Francisco: 9/10–9/16

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Wednesday 9/10: Gillian Conoley celebrates the publication of Thousand Times Broken (City Lights), a collection of three previously untranslated book by French visionary poet Henri Michaux. Free, 7 p.m., City Lights.

Peter Orner launches the paperback of Last Car Over the Sagamore Bridge with (we have on good authority) the first-time reading of a new story he’s been working on for fifteen years, as well as a conversation with Tom Barbash.

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Notable SF: 2/3–2/9

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Monday 2/3: Burroughs at 100: A screening of the William S Burrough’s films Towers Open Fire, The Cut-Ups, and Bill and Tony with commentary by Mindaugis Bagdon. Free, 8 p.m. at City Lights.

Tuesday 2/4: Michelle Richmond comes to Green Apple Books for a reading from her new novel Golden State and book signing with Free, 7 p.m.

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Notable San Francisco: 10/28–11/3

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Monday 10/28: The “On Arts” series, benefiting the 826 Valencia Scholarship Program, presents British author Zadie Smith in conversation with Steve Winn. $27, 7:30pm at Nourse Theater.

Tuesday 10/29: The Moth comes to The Booksmith, featuring an opening story from writer and Moth podcast host Dan Kennedy.

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Palahniuk at the Castro Theatre

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On July 16, Chuck Palahniuk will be at the Castro Theatre in conversation with Rumpus contributor Tom Barbash.

Last month, Palahniuk released Invisible Monsters Remix, a “director’s cut” hardcover of a novel he first published in 1999. In the new edition, Palahniuk presents the novel as he originally intended: chopped up, out of order, and loaded with bells and whistles like backwards text and Choose Your Own Adventure style instructions.

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