Literary LA March ’11

  • At Skylight Books in Los Feliz: Thurs 3/3 7:30pm, local author Nina Revoyr with her new novel Wingshooters (getting good reviews, with comparisons to To Kill a Mockingbird); Sat 3/5 5pm, readings from the latest anthology from WriteGirl, which does great work helping teen girls develop their writing voice; Thurs 3/17 7:30pm, Andrew Foster Altshul and his novel about a reality show gone horribly wrong, Deus Ex Machina
  • The March show of The New Short Fiction Series (LA’s longest-running spoken-word series) features the fiction of Ann Gelder; Sun 3/13 7pm, Barnsdall Art Museum, 4800 Hollywood Blvd
  • Readings at UCLA’s Hammer Museum this month include Jayne Anne Phillips, Thurs 3/10 7pm
  • At Book Soup in West Hollywood: Mon 3/14 7pm, it’s Andre Dubus III with his new novel, Townie
  • Vroman’s in Pasadena has Walter Mosley with his latest, When the Thrill is Gone, Wed 3/9 7pm; and on Wed 3/30 7pm, the inimitable Sarah Vowell with her take on all things Hawaiian, Unfamiliar Fishes
  • And finally at Echo Park’s Stories Bookstore/Cafe: Fri 3/4 8pm, “Two-Headed Beast,” a night devoted to the art of storytelling; and Thurs 3/17 7:30pm, the monthly GLBT reading series “Homo-Centric” (the Stories Facebook page is usually the best way to keep tabs on the happenings there)
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