Lane Moore discusses her first book, HOW TO BE ALONE.
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Literary events and readings in and around L.A. this week!
Tags: Alex Sangster, Ambika Talwar, Bill McKibben, Brett Paesel, Chris Kraus, Chuck Rosenthal, Clea Duvall, Danny Katch, Danzy Senna, David Rocklin, Erin Rodoni, Forrest Roth, Gillian Wegener, Hannah Dow, Jamie Koogler, Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg, Jeff Dorchen, Jefferson Morley, Jesse Myers, Jill Lorie, Joe Hagan, Joe Zieja, Joel Wood, Justin Welborn, Kate Haake, Kim Dower, Kiwi Smith, Kurt Lustgarten, Liska Jacobs, los angeles, Lou DiMaggio, Mahtem Shiferraw, Margaret Stohl, Mark Bray, matthew weiner, Melissa de la Cruz, Michael Scott, Miles Parnegg, Naomi Franquiz, Notable L.A., notable los angeles, Paola Gianturco, Patty Schemel, Paula Killen, Ross Green, Sarah Stanley, Shirley Manson, Stefan Bucher, Steven Ross, susan orlean, Tara Beth Leach, Tim Rutili, Tina Hay, Victoria Aveyard
Sunday 7/16: Marilyn Jess will be signing copies of her book The Divine Comedy 2.0: Revisiting the Afterlife. Barnes & Noble Roseville, 2 p.m., free. Monday 7/17: Ashley Shelby presents her novel South Pole Station, in conversation with Don Shelby. Magers & Quinn Booksellers, 7 p.m., free.
Tags: Andrew DeYoung, Ashley Shelby, Butch Vig, Chris Colfer, David Oppegaard, Don Shelby, Duke Erikson, Lorin Robinson, Marilyn Jess, Mike Finley, minneapolis, Nickolas Butler, Notable Twin Cities, Peter Geye, Ray Langenbach, Sara Biren, Shirley Manson, Sonia Halbach, st. paul, Steve Marker, Twin Cities