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28 APRIL 2018 — saturday

    CENTRAL:
  • The fourth annual Bay Area Book Festival is one of the West Coast's premier celebrations of writers, readers and the written world; nearly 500 authors and exhibitors-from around the world come together for the two-day event with tens of thousands of book enthusiasts in Berkeley for presentations, panels, keynotes, films, performances, participatory activities, exhibits, and a lively outdoor fair; visit local publisher exhibits including Manic D Press, Aunt Lute Books, many others; literary programs range from science fiction, history, mysteries, memoir, poetry, food writing, children's literature and more, with special tracks this year on women, Native storytelling and youth literature; literary sessions take place in venues throughout the downtown area and on outdoor stages, downtown Berkeley, events range from free to $15, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 (www.baybookfest.org)
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  • Georgeanne Brennan presents Windows on Provence: Musings on the Food, Wine, and Culture of the South of France, Mrs. Dalloway's Literary & Garden Arts, 2904 College Avenue, Berkeley; to reserve your seat, purchase a copy of Windows on Provence speak to a bookseller, 3:00 (510/704-8222, www.mrsdalloways.com)
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  • Artists' Television Access and San Francisco Public Library present a collection of short films from the 1960s including Richard O. Moore's USA Poetry: Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, the program also features films by Alan Kondo and Stuart O'Brien, Latino Hispanic Room, San Francisco Main Library, 100 Larkin Street, San Francisco, 11:00 a.m. (www.sfpl.org/index.php?pg=1031608401)
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  • A new stage play adaptation of Persian twelfth century Sufi poet Attar's poem The Conference of the Birds, adapted and translated by poet and translator Sholeh Wolpé and directed by Giulio Cesare Perrone, a new translation by Sholeh Wolpé of The Conference of the Birds has just been published by Norton, Inferno Theatre, 1635 Alcatraz Avenue, Berkeley, $12, 8:00 (www.infernotheatre.org)
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  • A group reading by women poets whose work appears in editor Katherine Hastings's anthology Know Me Here: An Anthology of Poetry by Women, The Sitting Room Library, 2025 Curtis Drive, Penngrove, free, 2:00 (www.sittingroom.org)
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29 APRIL 2018 — sunday

    CENTRAL:
  • The fourth annual Bay Area Book Festival is one of the West Coast's premier celebrations of writers, readers and the written world; nearly 500 authors and exhibitors-from around the world come together for the two-day event with tens of thousands of book enthusiasts in Berkeley for presentations, panels, keynotes, films, performances, participatory activities, exhibits, and a lively outdoor fair; visit local publisher exhibits including Manic D Press, Aunt Lute Books, many others; literary programs range from science fiction, history, mysteries, memoir, poetry, food writing, children's literature and more, with special tracks this year on women, Native storytelling and youth literature; literary sessions take place in venues throughout the downtown area and on outdoor stages, downtown Berkeley, events range from free to $15, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 (www.baybookfest.org)
    event page
  • A new stage play adaptation of Persian twelfth century Sufi poet Attar's poem The Conference of the Birds, adapted and translated by poet and translator Sholeh Wolpé and directed by Giulio Cesare Perrone, a new translation by Sholeh Wolpé of The Conference of the Birds has just been published by Norton, Inferno Theatre, 1635 Alcatraz Avenue, Berkeley, $12, 8:00 (www.infernotheatre.org)
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30 APRIL 2018 — monday


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