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GuerrillaReads to host Lambda LitFest video walk

And you’re invited!

Lambda Literary Festival logo 6Writers at all levels are invited to participate in the GuerrillaReads Lambda LitFest Video Walk. We’ll meetup on Sunday, March 12 in Silver Lake on the corner where A Different Light bookstore once stood. Everyone will bring a short piece of their own writing to read on camera. Together we’ll explore the neighborhood while shooting videos of each participant reading their work.

The video walk is free, and it will be hosted by GuerrillaReads Founder Bronwyn Mauldin. It’s open to the first twenty people who register.

Click here to register.

To get a sense of what this event will be like, check out a few of the videos from the first ever GuerrillaReads video walk in Highland Park.

WHEN: Sunday, March 12, 2017 from 11 am to 12:30 pm
WHERE: Meetup on the corner at 4014 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90029

To learn more about all the events taking place as part of Lambda LitFest, check out their website: lambdalitfest.org. It promises to be a terrific week.

Register here for the GuerrillaReads Lambda LitFest Video Walk.

GuerrillaReads No. 65: Cheryl Klein

Highland Park’s own Cheryl Klein is the author of Lilac Mines and The Commuters, and a bunch of other great stuff. She also keeps the carbo-healthy Bread and Bread blog.

Klein joined us on the GuerrillaReads Video Walk on March 24, and read these three lovely poems.

GuerrillaReads No. 64: Barbara Andrade DuBransky

We had a fabulous time on the GuerrillaReads video walk! Among the readers who joined us was Barbara Andrade DuBransky. We shot her video in front of an amazing mural showing the history of Highland Park.

Here she is, reading about meditation and grace.

Gorilla guerrilla

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I’ve just ordered a bunch of Gorilla guerrilla stickers that look like this.

Hope to see you on March 24 for the GuerrillaReads video walk!