Litbits: love your bookshop and lots of launches

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August 10: Celebrate Love Your Bookshop D

ay at Pap

erchain Bookstore Manuka with

a range of act

ivities and events from 11am including book signings, readings, a young adult book discussion and a literary-based costume competitionpaperchainbookstore.com.auAugust 11: Nigel Featherstone will discuss his new novel, Bodies of Men, with Michael Brissenden at Muse at 3pm$15 includes a drinkmusecanberra.com.auAugust 12: Adelaide poet Louise Nicholas will launch Suzanne Edgars new collection of poetry, Catching the Light, at Smiths Alternative, 76 Alinga Street, Civic, at 5pm for 5.30pmAugust 12: That Poetry Thing: Paul Cliff and Ross Donlon will read at Smiths Alternative, 76 Alinga St, Civic, 7-9pmFree entry, includes open micAugust 14: Poetry at the House is on at the Graduate Lounge, Unive

rsity House at 7pm with Carol Jenkins from Sydney, David Gilbey from Wagga Wagga and PS Cottier from CanberraAdmission

: $10 waged, $5 unwagedBookings via gpage40@bigpond.net.auAugust 15: At Paperchain Bookstore at 6pm, In Celebration of Writers: Marking the 90th Anniversary of the Fe南方人心水论坛 llowship of Australian Writers will be launched by Trevar LanglandsRSVP: info@paperchainbookstore.com.au or phone 6295 6723August 15: At 6pm in the China in the World Auditorium, Fellows Lane, ANU in a free ANU/Canberra Times Meet the Author event, multiple Walkley Award winning author Adele Ferguson will be in conversation with Andrew Leigh on Fergusons new book, Banking BadHow Corporate Greed and Broken Governance Failed AustraliaBookings at anu.edu.au/events or 6125 4144August 17: Sandra Bennett will be in conversation with Kerry Malone about Bennetts book A Lighthouse in Time at Paperchain Manuka at 2pmRSVP: info@paperchainbookstore.com.au or

phone 6295 6723 Augu

st 19: Not Very Quiet Presents: Abeir Soukeih and an extended open mic for women poets and readersSmiths Alternative, 76 Alinga St, Civic, 7-9pmEntry $10 waged/ $5 unwage

d, includes open micAugust 26: That Poetry Thing: Women out o

f Line(s): Activist poets Anita Patel, Samia Goudie, Sandra Renew and Melinda Smith share worksSmiths Alternative, 76 Alinga St Civic, 7-9pmEntry $10 waged/ $5 unwaged, includes open micAugust 28: Dea

d Poets Dinner (45 places with 35 places for readers) at University House at 6.30pm$50 at the

doorBookings: gpage40@bigpond.net.auAugust 29: British author David Nicholls will be in conversation with Alex Sloan on Davids new novel, Sweet SorrowSally Pryor will give the vote of thanksChina in the World Auditorium, 6pmanu.edu.au/events or 6125 4144September 2: That Poetry Thing: Melbournes Farah Beaini and Canberran Sue Donnelly readSmiths Alternative, 76 Alinga St Civic, 7-9pmEntry $10 waged/ $5 unwaged,

includes open micSeptember 9: That Poetry Thing: Sydney po

et Andy Kissane and Canberras Asefe Zeinalabedini will readSmiths Alternative, 76 Alinga St Civic, 7-9pmEntry $10 waged/ $5 unwaged, includes open micSeptember 16: Not Very Quite Presents readings by NSW poets Jo Wilson Ridley and Debra EvelynSmiths Alternative, 76 Alinga St Civic, 7-9pmEntry $10 waged/ $5 unwaged, includes open micSeptember 23: That Poetry Thing: Brisbane poets Angela Gardner and Alan Jeffries: Gardner will readSmiths Alternative, 76 Alinga St Civic, 7-9pmEntry $10 waged/ $5 unwaged, includes open mic.

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