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Lit City: Literary Events
Lit City event listings are presented by Just Buffalo (www.justbuffalo.org).
BlazeVOX Book Launch: David Hadbawnik, Robin F. Brox, Jonathan Skinner
8pm. BlazeVOX marks the release of three new titles with readings and refreshments. Rust Belt Books, 202 Allen Street (885.9535 / email@example.com). Free.
Granta: Ten Years Later—A Discussion of 9/11
7pm. One day in September, a decade ago, all eyes were turned in the same direction. Where are we looking now? That’s the subject of the September issue of the journal Granta, and of a forum at Talking Leaves that includes Ed Cardoni of Hallwalls, Isabel Marcus of UB’s Law School, Lou Jean Fleron of the Cornell University ILR School and the Partnership for the Public Good, and author and UB professor Gary Earl Ross. Jonathon Welch of Talking Leaves will moderate. Copies of the Granta issue will be available for purchase at this event, and for some time before it from Talking Leaves. Hallwalls Cinema, Babeville, 341 Delaware Avenue at Tupper (854-1694 / hallwalls.org).
Fringes and Infrngement: Poetry Workshop With Ann Goldsmith
7pm. Poetry seminar hosted by the CG Jung Center, 408 Franklin Street (854-7457). Non-members $65, members $55, students $35.
Center for Inquiry Literary Cafe
7:30pm. Featuring readings by Jennifer campbell, David Landrey, and Perry Nicholas. Center for Inquiry, 1310 Sweet Home Road (636-4869). Free.
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