It’s Literally Wednesday: The Evening Edition

A quick post to let you know what’s going on in literary (and porkarary) Atlanta during the next seven days.

This Week

Allen Kurzweil, author of Potato Chip Science (an Atlanta Science Festival event), Thursday, March 27th at 7pm, Little Shop of Stories, free.

Girls Gone Sci-Fi Tour with Jessica Brody (author of Unremembered), Jessica Khoury (Origin, Vitro), Tamara Ireland Stone (Time Between Us, Time After Time), and Lauren Miller (Parallel), (not an Atlanta Science Festival event), Friday, March 28th at 7pm, Little Shop of Stories, free.

Austin Kleon, author of Show Your Work!, Friday, March 28th at 7:15pm, Decatur Library (sponsored by Georgia Center for the Book), free.

Mail Chimp presents Baconfest 2014, Saturday, March 29th at 1pm, Dad’s Garage, $27 to $92 (depending on the level you wish to pig out).

Kate Sweeney, author of American Afterlife: Encounters in the Customs of Mourning, Saturday, March 29th at 7pm, Little Shop of Stories, free.

Emory professor Patrick Allitt, author of A Climate in Crisis: American in the Age of Environmentalism, Monday, March 31st at 7:15pm, Decatur Library (sponsored by Georgia Center for the Book), free.

Dr. Michael Saag, author of Positive: One Doctor’s Personal Encounters with Death, Life, and the US Healthcare System, Tuesday, April 1st at 7pm, Carter Presidential Library and Museum Theater, free.

6 thoughts on “It’s Literally Wednesday: The Evening Edition”

  1. Smug Decatur bumper sticker:
    We Still Read
    Made me itch for a flamethrower and kerosene hose…

    1. I’m going with “We Still Red,” signifying that our increasingly affluent and conservative population hasn’t tempered our enthusiasm for Communism. Workers Unite!

    2. If that bumper sticker was Decatur-specific, it should have had an asterisk and some fine print mentioning the lack of a general-interest bookstore.

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