Sherman Alexie TONIGHT in SF

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Sherman Alexie, everybody’s favorite Native American author/poet/YA revolutionary and banned book super-star, not to mention this issue’s MoJo interview subject  will be reading from his new short story collection War Dances at the Women’s Building in San Francisco. After hearing him speak at last year’s New Yorker Festival, I can’t recommend this reading highly enough. If you’re within 100 miles and still on the fence, I’d invite you to reread the excellent title story which ran in the New Yorker this August. Still not sold? What if I told you that tickets were just $8?

That’s a heck of a lot less than it costs to buy on Amazon (though, apparently on his insistence, it’s not even available for the Kindle). Not in SF? Check out Alexie in your city

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