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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Fund Drive Wednesday, October 10

Wednesday night from 8 – 9 PM is your opportunity to support Bibliocracy Radio and KPFK 90.7 FM.  Tune in for a special live one-hour show celebrating community, books and book culture in Southern California.  I will be joined by three special guests talking about their work and helping me pitch.  And Bibliocracy will offer a terrific thank-you gift by way of a pledge premium, at the $100 donation level

Special guests:  Roz Helfand, of Literature for Life.  Tom Lutz, editor of the Los Angeles Review of Books.  Erich Origen, co-author with Gan Golan of the parodic masterpieces Goodnight, Bush, The Adventures of Unemployed Man and, now, Don’t Let the Republican Drive the Bus.

Pledge tonight and receive the following books as your thank you for supporting the station.  Note that a pledge at any level makes you a voting member. 

Call (818) 985-5735

Ask the phone volunteer for the Bibliocracy Pack (seven books!):

Words of Protest, Words of Freedom:  Poetry of the Civil Rights Movement and Era, edited by Jeffrey Lamar Coleman (Duke University Press)

The 100 Greatest Americans of the 20th Century:  A Social Justice Hall of Fame, by Peter Dreier (Nation Books)

Don’t Let the Republican Drive the Bus! by Erich Origen and Gan Golan (Ten Speed Press)

Parsifal, by Jim Krusoe (Tin House)

The Wild Duck Chase:  Inside the Strange and Wonderful World of the Federal Duck Stamp Contest by Martin J. Smith (Bloomsbury)

New California Writing 2011 and New California Writing 2012 (Heyday)

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