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Sunday, October 6 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
A Cycle For All Seasons

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It’s all about cycles. And not just the kind rolling through the streets for CycLAvia. Tertulia Literary Salon will journey through some of the more hidden cycles of life, both on our streets and beyond. Because we all know real life happens during the rinse cycle, the weather cycle, the menstrual cycle, or even while trying to figure out what you can recycle.

Authors
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Marina Cassini

Former Paris fashion designer, now writes historical fiction based on her Russian aristocratic roots. She divides her time between Santa Fe and Los Angeles.
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Ron Gutierrez

Ron Gutierrez is the director of Tertulia and managing director of Lit Crawl LA. A former software developer and long distance cyclist, his fiction has appeared in Connotation Press, California Prose Directory, The Rattling Wall, Black Candies, and the anthologies Sex by the Book... Read More →
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Louis Buchhold

Louis Buchhold, aka DoctorBuckles is in the third phase of his creative multi-career professional life. After completing his junior recital in music, he received his bachelor’s degree in visual art and drawing, later attending UCLA studying art as visual communication for advertising... Read More →
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Nina Rota

Nina Rota is a writer and sometimes makes short films. Her essays can be found in Witness Magazine and Entropy among others. Her award-winning short films have appeared in Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time project, Anthology Film Archives, and the Pompidou Centre. She is currently... Read More →
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Jessica Lynch

Jessica Lynch is a primatologist specializing monkey behavior, genetics and conservation in the Neotropics. She is an Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Education for the UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics, and also works in the UCLA Department of Anthropology. Her scientific... Read More →
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Ray Chavez

Ray Chavez is a bilingual Latino poet from a family of farm workers and storytellers who celebrated their good fortune around a campfire. Poetry is his vehicle, taking listeners to the outskirts of their inner space. Ray has read at New York’s Nuyorican Poet’s Café and was invited... Read More →
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Suraj Alva

Suraj spent the first half of his life living around the world--in India, the Persian Gulf and Europe. He is now an American citizen who wrote his first story in March 2017. His work has appeared in The Common (Spring 2020 issue), GNU Journal, The Fiction Pool, Dragon Poet Review... Read More →



Sunday October 6, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Last Bookstore 453 S Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90013, USA

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