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Luis J. Rodriguez

LA Times Festival of Books: Luis J. Rodriguez, Rigoberto Gonzales, more

22 APRIL 2017 — saturday

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books features a weekend of books, music, film, comedy, food, famous authors and celebrities, entertainment, and more; authors and speakers; Hoy Stage features readings in Spanish; Cooking Stage features demonstrations; Poetry Stage features an exciting line up: 10:00 a.m.: Luis J. Rodriguez, Borrowed Bones; 10:20 a.m.: Rigoberto Gonzalez, Unpeopled Eden; 10:40 a.m.: James Galvin, Everything We Always Knew Was True; 11:00 a.m.: Terese Svoboda, Professor Harriman's Steam Air-Ship; 11:20 a.m.: Christopher Buckley, Star Journal: Selected Poems; 11:40 a.m.: Stephen Yenser, Stone Fruit; Noon: Phillis Levin, Mr. Memory & Other Poems; 12:30: Carol Muske-Dukes, Twin Cities, Blue Rose, and Dawn McGuire, American Dream with Exit Wound; 1:00: BLUNT RESEARCH GROUP, The Work-Shy; 1:20: Mark Irwin, A Passion According to Green; 1:40: Hélène Cardona, Beyond Elsewhere, Life in Suspension; 2:00: Ishion Hutchinson, House of Lords and Commons; 2:20: William Wenthe, God's Foolishness: Poems'; 2:40: David Baker, Scavenger Loop; 3:00: Patrick Rosal, Brooklyn Antediluvian; 3:20: Molly Bendall, Watchful; 3:40: Alex Dimitrov, Together and by Ourselves; 4:00: Vievee Francis, Forest Primeval; 4:20: Joshua Bennett, The Sobbing School; 4:40: Chris Santiago, Tula; 5:00: Safiya Sinclair, Cannibal; 5:20: Marjorie Becker, Jeanette Marie Clough, and Mariano Zaro, Angle of Reflection; 5:40: spoken word performance by Get Lit Players; University of Southern California, 850 West 37th Street, Los Angeles, panels and indoor conversations are free but require tickets available on site or online, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 (events.latimes.com/festivalofbooks)




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