Feb 21 at 7:30 
at The Brickbat Review 
Be there or be square. 

GuerrillaReads hosts an evening of 99% Guerrilla Lit

Live readings from Lucy Wang, Mathew Timmons and Bronwyn Mauldin (that's me!).

Photos by Robert Stuart Lowden

GuerrillaReads videos by Cecil Castellucci and more, from Occupy LA

Download the flyer and share it widely! 

Hope to see you there! 
 
 
UPDATE: Thanks to all the tweeps and commenters who reminded me about lit blogs I'd forgotten and introduced me to new ones: 

The Rumpus 
Paris Review Daily 
Like Fire 
Three Guys One Book 
Sea Giraffe 
Moby Lives 
Se Enseña Aquí? 

Who else should be on this list? 

Thought I'd celebrate Follow Friday this week by sharing a little link love. Here's a list of literary blogs from around the web - big and small, hyperkinetic and chill, corporate and indie. If you love to read, there's something here for you (in no particular order): 

Maud Newton
La Bloga 
The Elegant Variation 
Bread and Bread 
The Literary Saloon 
Jacket Copy 
The Kenyon Review Blog 
HTML Giant 
Pen America Blog 
A Commonplace Blog 
The Reading Experience 2.0 
Bookslut 
Elisa 
Readerville 
Harriett 
The Mumpsimus 
Give A Fig 
Sentences 
Galley Cat 
Paper Cuts 
The LitBlog Co-op 
Diary of a Heretic 
The Millions 
American Fiction Notes 
Gently Read Literature 
Old Hag 
Ready Steady Book 
Arts and Letters Daily
Neil Gaiman's Journal 
Bookstore People 
Counterbalance 
Curious Pages 

If that doesn't give you enough literary stimulation to last you the next ten minutes, I don't know what will. 
 
 
Just in case you can't get enough of the cool Echo Park vibe, or if you want to hang out with me and some other literary-minded folks after The Streetwise Cycle book launch party...
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...join us after the book launch at the El Prado Bar for the unofficial official afterparty! Why the El Prado? The El Prado is a quick five minute walk from the Echo Park Film Center. Hope to see you there!

   
 
 
Update #2: Don't worry if you missed the interview. You can hear it online right here.

Update! Indymedia On Air has been moved to 8:30 pm today. Listen in tonight! 

Here's a quick preview of my interview with author Terry Wolverton about independent literature. In this clip, she talks about how changes in the corporate structure of publishing has changed our literary culture. 
  

Listen to the full interview on Monday, March 14 at 2:30 pm on KPFK, 90.7 FM in Los Angeles, 98.7 FM in Santa Barbara, or online at kpfk.org

You'll also get to hear from Terry at the Streetwise book launch party. Hope to see you there!