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Dennis Cass, MoJo contributor and author of Head Case: How I Almost Lost My Mind Trying to Understand My Brain will be reading Thursday night (March 15th) at 7:30 pm, at Books Inc., in Mountain View, CA. Riffer DJ Party Ben and I (aka, the rest of the Carleton mafia) will be there.

Dennis is a funny, funny man, and oh so multimedia. You can get a preview here.

Read Dennis’ take down of pop neuroscience in MoJo here, and for some classic Cass—a humor piece on book clubs—go here. Cass on Bush’s Whoopers of Mass Destruction is here.

To check out subsequent Cass book tour dates in NYC, DC, and Mpls., or to read his blog, go denniscass.com.

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