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Lit City: Literary Events
Lit City event listings are presented by Just Buffalo (www.justbuffalo.org)
Cathy Buchanan: The Day the Falls Stood Still. Noon. Reading and booksigning with Niagara Falls native who has written a captivating historical novel set in the Falls at the beginning of the 20th century. Buffalo & Erie County Library, Central Branch, One Lafayette Square (858-8900).
Kim Chinquee. 7pm. Buffalo State professor and flash fictioneer will read from and sign copies of the new anthology she’s edited. Talking Leaves Books, 3158 Main Street (837-8554 / www.tleavesbooks.com).
Stop, Look, and Listen Poetry Series. 2pm. Featured reader is Marek Parker. Open mic slots are available with a signup sheet at the door. Impact Artist Gallery, Tri Main Building, 2495 Main Street (884-5239).
Big Night! 8pm. Poet Lee Ann Brown, collaborative work by Chris Fritton and Kevin Kegler, music by Damian Weber, food by Geoffrey Gatza. Just Buffalo @ Western New York Book Arts Center, 2nd floor, 468 Washington Street @ Mohawk (832-5400 / www.justbuffalo.org).
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Mary Malloy: The Wandering Heart. 7pm.Maritime historian Mary Malloy will read from and sign copies of her recently published historical novel, The Wandering Heart, an adventure/mystery featuring a contemporary historian. Talking Leaves Books, 3158 Main Street (837-8554 / www.tleavesbooks.com).
Write Thing Reading Series: Graphic Novelist Phoebe Gloeckner. 7pm. Medaille College kicks off its 2009-10 Write Thing Reading Series with comic artist and author Phoebe Gloeckner, author and/or illustrator of several books, most notably Diary of a Teenage Girl. The Library at Huber Hall, Medaille College, 18 Agassiz Circle (880-2327 / www.medaille.edu).
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