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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

City Slang: Wayne State Literary Walk this Saturday

Posted By on Tue, Jun 26, 2012 at 6:25 AM

This coming Saturday, June 30, the Wayne State University Literary Walk takes place across the campus area.

I will be reading from my MC5 and Stooges books alongside Susan Whitall and Kevin John, who have a fantastic book out on Little Willie John.

Details are below:


@ Noon

at Wayne State University

Join us for the inaugural Midtown Literary Walk--a strolling afternoon of literature at several venues in our Midtown neighborhood. A range of authors--from poets to rock 'n roll historians--will read from their latest work and books will be available for purchase  and signing.

12:00 pm Detroit Artists Market (4719 Woodward Ave.)

Terry Blackhawk, Teresa Scollon & Philip Sterling

1:00 Leonard N. Simons Building / WSU Press (4809 Woodward Ave.)

Melba Joyce Boyd & Dorene O'Brien (Sponsored by Poets & Writers)

2:00 WSU Welcome Center (42 W. Warren)

Susan Whitall & Kevin John on Little Willie John

& Brett Callwood on the MC5

3:00 WSU Department of English (5057 Woodward Ave., 10th Floor Conference Room)

Blues Poetry with Bill Harris, Robert Jones & M. L. Liebler

4:00 WSU Welcome Center (42 W. Warren)

Anne Marie Oomen, francine harris, Maria Mazziotti Gillan & Jim Daniels from new fiction book

All Venues are less than 1/2 city block from each other

Along Woodward between Forest and Warren


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