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Scout Book Series release party

PENELOPE BASS
9 pm, Sunday July 20 | Free
Valentines
232 SW Ankeny St.
 
Portland-based Future Tense Books will be releasing three new titles in their series of scout books with local and visiting authors sharing their musings. Local Oregon Book Award winner Jay Ponteri will read from Darkmouth Strikes Again, New York-based Chelsea Hodson will present Pity the Animal, and from London, May-Lan Tan will share her American debut Girly. Special guest Patrick deWitt (The Sisters Brothers) will join the literary fun, with music by Dragging an Ox Through Water. 

Where: Valentines
Phone: 248-1600
Address: 232 SW Ankeny St.
Website: http://www.valentinespdx.com/

 
 

Valentines

232 SW Ankeny St.
Portland, OR
97204
 
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