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Friday, October 14 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Naked Truth: real.stories.live

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Mill Valley Library’s true storytelling series returns to Litquake with an amazing lineup sharing tales on the theme “Kismit: true stories of things meant to be.” Ages 14 and up welcome. Wine reception begins at 6:30 pm for registered guests. Register online after September 26. FREE


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avatar for Janis Bell

Janis Bell

Janis Bell is an English professor and writer. Her book Clean, Well-Lighted Sentences was published in 2008 by W.W. Norton.
avatar for Brian Copeland

Brian Copeland

Brian Copeland is an award-winning actor, comedian, author, playwright, television and radio talkshow host based in the San Francisco Bay Area. 
avatar for Gregory Donovan

Gregory Donovan

Gregory Donovan is the author of Torn from the Sun (Red Hen Press, 2015) and Calling His Children Home (U. of Missouri Press). He has also won the Devins Award for Poetry.
avatar for Josh Healey

Josh Healey

Josh Healey, writer, performer, and creative activist, has been featured in The New York Times and San Francisco Chronicle, and is a regular on NPR’s Snap Judgment.
avatar for Kari Kiernan

Kari Kiernan

Kari Kiernan is a writer and storyteller whose work has appeared in Skirt! and The Morning News, and onstage at Porchlight, The Vent, and Literary Death Match.
avatar for David Nihill

David Nihill

David Nihill is a bestselling author, Inc. columnist, and the founder of FunnyBizz. His writing has been featured in Fast Company, HuffPost, and Forbes.


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