Lit City: Literary Events
Lit City events listings are presented by Just Buffalo (www.justbuffalo.org)
Frank Warren: PostSecret Project. 7pm. Lecture by the founder and curator of the PostSecret Project. $10/$5 for SUNY Fredonia students, faculty, and staff. SUNY Fredonia, 280 Central Avenue, Fredonia (673-3501)
Rooftop Poetry Club. 4:30pm. Welcome back open mic. All are welcome. E. H. Butler Library Rooftop Garden. Buffalo State College, | 1300 Elmwood Avenue. (8878-6300 / email@example.com).
Paul Zarembka: The Hidden History of 9-11. 7pm. UB economics professor will discuss and sign copies of The Hidden History of 9-11, his critical look at the politics and history of the attack on the World Trade Center. Talking Leaves Books, 3158 Main Street (837-8554 / www.tleavesbooks.com).
The Gray Hair Reading Series: Marion Perry and Susan Nusbaum. 7:30pm. Perry is the founder and publisher of Word Worth: World Magazine of Ideas and the Arts and author of four books of poetry. Nusbaum has won first prizes in the Chautauqua Poetry Competition, the Buffalo Boom-days Poetry Competition, and the Hauser Poetry Competition of the Chautauqua Writers’ Center. Hallwalls Cinema, Babeville, 341 Delaware Avenue (854-1694 / www.hallwalls.org).
Spin-a-Story Tellers: Story Potpourri. 7:30pm. Featuring a variety of storytellers, storytelling workshop with Erik Hahn at 6:30pm. Free for adults and older children. University United Methodist Church, 410 Minnesota Avenue (833-7562).
Wordflight: Sally Fiedler and Ann Goldsmith. 7pm. Fiedler is the author of several books of poetry. Goldsmith is the author of No One Is the Same Again, published by the Quarterly Review of Literature. Crane Library, 633 Elmwood.
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