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The People's Apocalypse

PENELOPE BASS
7 pm., Thursday September 12 | Free.
Slabtown
1033 NW 16th Ave.
 
Whether you prescribe to the theory of a zombie plague or King Kong Jesus, most of us have fantasized about the end of civilization as we know it and how we would fare in the aftermath. To celebrate its seasonal release of titles, Portland-based Microcosm Publishing will host authors Ariel Gore, Jenny Forrester and other contributors to The People’s Apocalypse to read their doomsday selections. Several authors will be on hand to sign books for sale.

Where: Slabtown
Phone: 223-0099
Address: 1033 NW 16th Ave.
Website: myspace.com/slabtownbar

 
 

Slabtown

1033 NW 16th Ave.
Portland, OR
97209
 
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