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Workshop on the basics of creative writing. 2 pm.
Illustrator/author Neil Swaab presents his allegorical primer on surviving the first week of middle school in "The Secrets to Ruling School (Without Even Trying)." 7 pm.
Author and artist Rachel Glaser follows her short story collection, "Pee On Water," and her poetry collection, “MOODS,” with the novel “Paulina & Fran,” a story of friendship, art, sex, and curly hair. 7 pm.
Authors Helen McClory ("On The Edges of Vision") and Susan Rukeyser (“Not On Fire, Only Dying”) present their debut books. 7 pm.
"The Opiate Magazine" celebrates its second issue with contributors Rob Crawford, Armando Jaramillo Garcia, Hannah Lillith Assadi, Daniel Adler, David Rice, and Genna Rivieccio. 7 pm.
Author Kate Harding discusses her book "Asking for It:The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture -- And What We Can Do About It," where she looks to research to say America supports rapists more than it supports victims. 7 pm.
Nikesh Shukla presents his new novel, "Meatspace," a portrait of a bookish life lived in the brave new digital world. “The Last Illusion” author Porochista Khakpour joins for a conversation. 7 pm.
Bay Area-novelist Robert Kloss brings his sixth book, "The Revelator," to the East Coast, discussing with “Killing Williamsburg” author Bradley Spinelli. 7 pm.
"F*ck Feelings," by father-daughter duo Sarah and Michael Bennett, is described as “the only self-help book you’ll ever need.” The Bennetts will answer questions about feelings and discuss how to pay less attention to them. There will be wine. 4 pm.
Graphic artists Sam Alde ("New Construction") and Michael DeForge (“Dressing”) represent their respective presses, Uncivilized Books and Koyama Press, with a night of slideshows and conversation. 7 pm.
Theater artist Samantha Chanse presents "Lydia’s Funeral Video," a one-woman play that takes on the most existential of quandaries — to be or not to be — and transposes it onto a dystopian, not-so-distant future. 7 pm.
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