A Community of Words: A Directory of Literary Readings and Workshops in California
Heyday Books, 1999 - Literary Criticism - 245 pages
Directory. Literary Guide. On any given day in California, there are dozens of literary events taking place in bookstores, community centers, museums, cafes, and libraries. From big-name authors on tour to local open-mics, there's something for every reader to hear and a place for every writer to be heard. With more than 120 listings, this unique directory tells you where to go, whom to contact, and how to get yourself heard. An essential guide for California's community of writers and readers.
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