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September
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1996
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Send your Literaiy Events for the OCTOBER issue of AGENDA by Sept. 15 to: AGENDA, 220 S. Main St, Ann Ator, Ml 48104. 2Monday Reading: Guild House 8:30 pin, 802 Monroe. Local and regional writers as well as open reading. Bring your own work to share. 913-4574 3 Tuesday Ann Arbor Poetry Slam: Borders 8 pm.The Heidelberg Club Above, 21 5 N. Main. Featuring the current slam champ, VIEVEE. Hamtramck's Vievee is a dynamic performer whose poems Ilústrate racial issues with a personal viewpoint. No open mie, $3. 426-3451 6Friday Reading and Book Signing: Shaman Drum 5pm, 31 5 S. State. RUSS BELLANT reads trom his new book "The Religious Right in American Politics." In his book Bellant examines conservative groups and who supports them. 662-7407 First FridaysPoetry Series: Galerie Jaeques 9 pm, 61 6 Wesley. "Words ot the Othemess Blues" with poets Ron Allen, Rhonda Anderson, Aurora Harris, and Willie Williams. 6659889 7Saturday Children's Hour: Borders 11 am, 61 2 E. Liberty. Stories about beginning and ending you r day. 668-7652 Book Signing: Aunt Agatha's noon, Aunt Agatha's, 213 S. 4th Ave. DAVID GORDON, a Southfield-based author will be on hand to sign copies of hisnewbook,-NTGILTY."769-1114 9Monday Women's Book Group: Guild House noon, 802 Monroe. Women f rom the U-M and A2 community meet to discuss books that focus on women's issues and women writers. 662-51 89 Reading & Book Signing: Borders 7 pm, Michigan Theater. MICHAEL MOORE will talkabout and sign copies of hisnewbook,"DownsizeThis! Random Threats f rom an Unarmed American." In his new book, Moore, of Roger & Me and "TV Nation" fame, gets even further underthe skin of various corporations, pcJiticians, and media moralists. 668-7652 Reading: Guild House 8:30 pm(see 2Mon) 10 Tuesday Book Signing: Shaman Drum 4 pm, 315S. State. BORKATOMUENOVIC celebrates publication of "Requiem for Yugoslavia." 662-7407 11 Wednesday Reading and Book Signing: Borders 7:30 pm, 612 E. Liberty. Oakland Univ. ProfessorDONALD WARREN presents the life and public careerof the Michigan Roman Catholic priest who roused listeners during the Great Depression with his fire and brimstone speeches in the book "Radio Priest: Charles Coughlin, The Father of Hate Radio." Warren will discuss and sign his new book. 668-7652 12 Thursday Reading & BookSigning: Borders 7 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. STEVE JOHNSON and LOU FANCHER talk about and sign Dr. Seuss's 1973 book, "My Many Colored Days," the work they illustrated after the good doctor's death. Johnson's and Fancher's bright coloring and menagerie of animáis helped to make this a rare and beautiful delight for both children and adults. 668-7652 13Friday BookSigning: Shaman Drum 4 pm, 31 5S. State. ANDREA HENDERSON celebrates publication of "Romantic Identities: Varieties of Subjectivity, 1774-1830." Assistant Prof. of English at U-M, Henderson examines the works of several Romantic writers. 662-7407 Publication Party and Book-Signng: Crazy Wisdom Bookstore 6 pm. 206 N. 4th Ave. Wine and cheese with local herbalist and hoiisttc health practitioner LINDA DIANE FELDT. Her book, " Dying Again: 1 3 Years of Writing and Waiting," is a moving document of her mother's II health and death. 665-2757 14 Saturday Children's Hour: Borders 11 am, 612 E. Liberty. Stories about food and cooking. 668-7652 Poetry Reading: Shaman Drum 8 pm, 315 S. State. DAVID WOJAHN reads from his work. Wojahn has won numerous awards for his poetry, including the Midland Authors Award and the William Carlos Williams Book Award. 662-7407 16 Monday Reading: Guild House 8:30 pm (see 2Mon) 17 Tuesday Book Signing: Shaman Drum 4 pm, 315 S. State. LUIS 0. GOMEZ celebrates publication of "The Land of Bliss: The Paradise of the Buddha of Measureless Light," a translation which makes Buddhist texts accessible, even to those unfamiliar with Buddhism. 7407 Gallery Reading Series: EMU 7:30 pm, IntermediaArt Gallery, McKenny Union at EMU. Premiere of series showcasing poetry, art and performance from local and national artists. This month includes readers SARAGROSKYand DAMON NURNBURG as well as art from EMU students. 487-0148 Reading: Shaman Drum 8 pm, 31 5 S. State. NICHOLAS DELBANCOand ALAN CHEUSE read from and discuss their co-edited work, "Talking Horse: Bernard Malamud on üfe and Work." The book is a collection of Malamud's writing about his own work, much of which has not been previously published. 7407 18 Wednesday Animal-Speak Workshop with Ted Andrews: Crazy Wisdom Bookstore 7 pm, Kerrytown Concert House, 41 5 N . 4th Ave. Author, storytellerand mystic TED ANDREWS leads a workshop on animáis and spirit. Andrews will also be signing copies of nis latest book "Animal-Speak: The Spirit and Magical Powers of Creatures Greatand Small" before and after the workshop, S20. 665-2757 Reading: Border's 7:30 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. GREGORYE. HUSZCZOwill read f rom and discuss his new book "Tools for Team Excellence." EMU professor Huszczo offers practical techniquesforteam-based management. 668-7652 20Friday Book Sale: A2 Branch of tht American Association oi University Women 1 0 am-9 pm, Arborland Mali . Thousands of new, used and rare books at rock-bottom prices. Proceeds f und scholarships for women at U-M and EMU. 313-483-5583 Reading: Border's 7:30 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. U-M grad JESSICA FEIN, gives valuable advice to students in her book, "Moving On : How to Make the Transition from College to the Real World." 668-7652 BookSigning: Shaman Drum 4 pm, 315 S. State. LESLIE PINCUS celebrates publication of "Authenticating Culture in Imperial Japan: Kuki Shuzo and the Rise of National Aesthetics." In her book, Pincus, U-M Assoc. Prof. of History, examines the contradictions at the heart of Japanese modernity. 662-7407 21 Saturday Book Sale: A2 Branch of the American Association of University Women 1 0 am (see 20 Fri) Children's Hour: Borders 11 am, 612 E. Liberty. JACK PRELUTSKY sings songs and recites poems f rom his new book "A Pizza the Size of the Sun." 668-7652 Reading: Shaman Drum 8 pm, 31 5 S. State. BRENDA MARSHALL reads from her novel "Mavis" the story of the confessed murderer of her sister's husband. 662-7407 )E# ff ft #R Y . Efcygj MfrS. 22 Sunday Book Sale: A2 Branch of the American Association of University Women noon-4 pm (see 20 Fri) 23 Monday Women'sBookGroup:Guild House noon (see 9 Mon) Rea ding: Guild House 8:30 pm (see 2 Mon) 24 Tuesday Preschool Storytime: A2 Public Library 9:30 am and 2 pm, West Branch LJbrary, Westgate Shopping Center, Jackson at S. Maple. Geared forlisteners ages 3 and up. 994-1674 Home Day Care Storytime: A2 Public Library 1 0:30 am, Youth Department, 343 S. 5th Ave. Weekly storytime forlicensed home day care providers and their preschool charges. Pre-register 994-2345 Drop-ln Storytime: A2 Public Library 4 pm, 343 S. 5th Ave, Youth Dept. For ages 3 and up. Theme: "Our Feathered Friends." 994-2345 Reading and Book Signing: Borders 7:30 pm, 612 E. Liberty. Clinical psychologist MARTHA MANNING brings us her new memoir, "Chasing Grace: Reflections of a CatholicGirl, Grown Up." Manning's book contains 45 insightful and poignant stories that reflect upon her own life through the seven sacraments. 668-7652 Book Signing: Shaman Drum 8 pm, 31 5 S. State. DONALD R. KINDER celebrates publication of his book, "Divided By Color: Racial Politics and Democratie Ideas." 662-7407 25Wednesday TotStorytime: A2 Public Libra ty 9:30 am,YouthStorytimeRoom,343S.5th Ave. Songs, stories and finger plays for ages 2 and up. Pre-registration in person a requirement. 994-2345 Preschool Storytime: A2 Public Library 9:30 am & 2 pm, Loving Branch, Creek Dr. near Packard and Platt. For listeners ages 3 and up. 994-2353 Home Day Care Storytime: A2 Public Library 1 0:30 am (see 24 Tue) Drop-ln Storytime: A2 Public Library 6:30 pm (see 24 Tue) 26 Thursday Tot Storytime: A2 Public Library 9:30 am and 7 pm (see 25 Wed) Preschool Storytime: A2 Public Library 9:30 am and 2 pm, Northeast Branch, Plymouth Mali, Plymouth Rd. at Nixon. Geared for listeners ages 3 and up. 996-3180 27Friday Reading: Border's 7:30 pm, 61 2 E. Liberty. Seattle Weekly's FRED MOODY reads from his book, "I Sing the Body Electronic: A Year with Microsoft on the Multimedia Frontier." Moody shadows five developers through the entire process of creating the first CD-ROM encyclopedia for kids. 668-7652 BookSigning: Shaman Drum 8 pm, 31 5 S. State. LOREN BARRITT celebrates publication of "An Elementary School in Holland: Experiment in Educational Practice." Barritt is a Professor of Education at U-M who has studied at a Dutch school for a year. 662-7407 28 Saturday Children's Hour: Borders 11 am, 612 E. Liberty. Stories with older people n them. 668-7652 Mystery & Jazz Night: Borders 7:30 pm, 612 E. Liberty. England's JOHN HARVEY reads from his new crime novel "Easy Meat," accompanied by a live jazz combo. 668-7652 29 Sunday Fourth Toledo Book and Paper Show: Meadowbrook Hall 1 0 am-4 pm, Meadowbrook Hall, 4480 Heatherdowns (OhioTurnpike Exit 4). Book and paper dealers from around the Midwest will show a variety of book and other paper items (including fine postearos) for sale and trade, S3, children free. 517-437-2228 Poetry Reading: Shaman Drum 8 pm. 31 5 S. State. Acclai med poets DONNA BROOKand ROBERTHERSHON read from their work. 662-7407 30Monday Evening Voyages: Tunes & Tales: A2 Public Library 7 pm, Multi-Purpose Room, 343 S. 5th Ave. Storytelling for listeners 6-69. Tonight's theme is "Strong Women." 994-2345 Reading & Book Signing: Border's 7:30 pm, Rackham Amphitheater. JILL KER CONWAY discusses and signs copies of her latest anthology of women's autobiographical writing, "Written By Herself Volume II: Women's Memoirs from Britain, Africa, Asia and the United States. " 668-7652 Reading: Guild House 8:30 pm (see 2Mon)

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