THURSDAY 1/6



JOHN TARRANT

Bring Me the Rhinoceros is about "paths toward happiness." Elliott Bay Book Company, 101 S Main St, 624-6600, 7:30 pm, free.

DAVID VOLK

The Tribe Has Spoken is about reality TV. Ravenna Third Place Books, 6504 24th Ave NE, 525-2347, 7:30 pm, free.

FRIDAY 1/7



PETER CHARLES HOFFER, JON WIENER, RON ROBIN

A "summit on academic fraud," featuring the authors of Past Imperfect, Historians in Trouble, and Scandals and Scoundrels, respectively. University Book Store, 4326 University Way NE, 634-3400, 7 pm, free.

MELVIN PATRICK ELY

Ely is the author of Israel on the Appomattox. Elliott Bay Book Company, 624-6600, 7:30 pm, free. SATURDAY 1/8



CHRISTOPHER HOWELL

Light's Ladder is a collection of poems. Elliott Bay Book Company, 624-6600, 7:30 pm, free.

SUNDAY 1/9



MARGARET HOLLENBACH

Lost and Found is about a "group marriage commune." Elliott Bay Book Company, 624-6600, 2 pm, free. (Also Jan 10 at University Book Store, 634-3400, 7 pm, free.)

MOLLY TENENBAUM

Tenenbaum is a poet and musician. Ravenna Third Place Books, 525-2347, 2 pm, free.

MONDAY 1/10



ANU GARG

Garg is the inventor of that "Word a Day" e-mail service. Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave, 325-3523, 6:30 pm, free (bring a potluck item to share).

CHRISTIAN PARENTI

The Freedom is a nonfiction book about the Iraq war and how fucked it is. Elliott Bay Books, 624-6600, 7:30 pm, free.
TUESDAY 1/11



JEFFREY PAUL CHAN

Eat Everything Before You Die is an account of drugs, sex, and China. University Book Store, 634-3400, 7 pm, free.

ELLIOT PERLMAN

The characters in Perlman's novel Seven Types of Ambiguity face "confounding betrayals, rapes, maladies, accidents," and other crap, according to Booklist. Elliott Bay Book Company, 624-6600, 7:30 pm, free.

WEDNESDAY 1/12



ADAM HOCHSCHILD

Bury the Chains is a history of activism, beginning in 18th-century England. University Book Store, 634-3400, 7 pm, free.

NATALIA RACHEL SINGER

Scraping By in the Big Eighties is a memoir. Elliott Bay Book Company, 624-6600, 7:30 pm, free.

"POEMING THE SILENCE"

What's wrong with a little silence, I ask? And since when is "poem" a verb? Ravenna Third Place Books, 525-2347, 7:30 pm, free.

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