We're thrilled to escape Chicago and it's annoyingly consistent 40 degree weather next week for sunny, sunny LA. Here's everything we're doing over AWP's long, long weekend:
Stop by Booth 440 and say hi or get a book signed or bring us some coffee. Or whiskey.
Friday, April 1:
10 am - 12 pm: Zoe Zolbrod with The Telling
12 - 2 pm: Patrick Wensink with Fake Fruit Factory
1 - 3 pm: Toni Nealie with The Miles Between Me
Saturday, April 2:
10 am - 12 pm: Dave Reidy with The Voiceover Artist
1 - 3 pm: Chris L. Terry with Zero Fade
2 - 4 pm: Vanessa Blakeslee with Juventud
2:30 - 4:30 pm: Franki Elliot and Typerwriter Poems
Friday, April 1, 6 pm: 826 National and Curbside Splendor present: SCHOOLED
826LA Echo Park (1714 W Sunset Blvd)
Join us for an early evening of free drinks and mortifying high school memories! A suggested $5 donation will benefit 826LA & the Time Travel Mart. Featuring readings from Mairead Case, Chris L. Terry, T. Sean Steele, and Zoe Zolbrod. RSVP here!
Saturday, April 2, 8 pm: The Lit/Comedy Roundtable: LA Edition
iO West (6366 Hollywood Blvd)
Curbside Splendor Publishing and iO WEST host this moderated panel discussion exploring how (or if?) literature and comedy inform each other. Moderated by Dave Reidy, the panel features the leading lights of Los Angeles' comedy, literary, and television scenes, including Brad Listi, Kate Lambert, Anthony King, Khanisha Foster, Owen Smith, and Jack P. Moore. Free! RSVP here!