Readings, signings, and other events vaguely literary for Monday, September 14, 2009

andromeda klein

6:30 PM – Robert Cumbow: The Northwest Independent Editors Guild
Richard Hugo House
The IP attorney will discuss IP issues as they pertain to editors. Seeing as how editors make their living from other folk’s intellectual property and all. Yes.

7:00 PM – Frank Portman: Andromeda Klein
Secret Garden Bookshop Book signing party for the author’s sophomore release. “High school sophomore Andromeda, an outcast because she studies the occult and has a hearing impairment and other disabilities, overcomes grief over terrible losses by enlisting others’ help in her plan to save library books–and finds a kindred spirit along the way.” –Publisher’s summary

7:00 PM – Hugo Works in Progress: Open Mic
Richard Hugo House
“A monthly open mic designed to give writers a chance to read in front of fellow writers and share what they have been working on.” (RHH) [LINK]


7:00 PM – Justice Sandra Day O’Connor (Ret.): Education: A Big Idea in Today’s America
Town Hall Seattle
This event is sold out, but if you know someone, ask them to sneak you in, in their backpack. Justice O’Connor will be discussing “Education: A Big Idea in Today’s America,” but Elliott Bay will be selling Justice O’Connor’s books: Lazy B: Growing Up on a Cattle Ranch in the American Southwest & Finding Susie, among others (one hopes). Oh, and if you want to be my good fairy and give me a ticket, well… I’ll say thank you, very sincerely. How’s that?

7:00 PM – Paula Becker & Alan Stein: Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: A Timeline History
University Bookstore U-District
Washington’s first World’s Fair continues to fascinate history geeks celebrating the Centennial.

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