Readings, signings, and other events vaguely literary for Saturday, March 14, 2009

1:30 PM – Darren Littlejohn: The 12-Step Buddhist: Connecting Mainstream Recovery to Spirituality
East West Bookshop Seattle, $35 – $40
Sutric Buddhism as it relates to addiction and recovery.

2:00 PM – Meg Wolitzer: The Ten-Year Nap
Elliott Bay Book Co.
The term “mommy track” was coined to describe women who leave the workforce to have children. Wolitzer’s novel focuses on a group of such women, 10 years after making the choice.

5:00 PM – David C. Korten: The Agenda for a New Economy: From Phantom Wealth to Real Wealth
Elliott Bay Book Co.
“[A] book calling for an end to Wall Street and the altar of mammon.” David Korten. Say Amen! AMEN!

6:00 PM – Dame Darcy: Gasoline
Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery
The cartoonist, musician, dollmaker, model, et cetera, will sign copies of her new graphic novel, Gasoline, sing, and pluck some banjo, all for your entertainment.

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