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Giant Robot Goods: 10.28.14 – Mari Inukai Art Now Online, James Jean Signed Items, David Choe Book Signing

  David Choe Signing Snowman Monkey BBQTuesday, October 28, 7 PMGiant Robot 2We will be selling Snowman Monkey BBQ at $60. Books WILL be available in-store on the day of the signing. We will NOT service these books online and will not ship them.David will sign Snowman Monkey BBQ and what you purchase at GR. Refrain from bringing your sketchbooks. Bring your gifts and cameras. We will keep you updated on any changes. Thank you much. Oh and here's a link to the David Choe goods we carry, we can make every effort to get your ordered items signed for you. ViewFacebook event.   © 2014 giant robot. all rights reserved.subscribe to list | unsubscribe from list | update preferences

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Q&A With Author Bushra Rehman

And I’m not talking about the beer, though it may help! (Art by Chitra Ganesh) This is one of these short books that you finish in a few hours and it resonates with you for weeks, maybe years and possibly for the rest of your life. Corona reads like a fascinating collection of journals and fiction mashed together in a backpack and bound as is. It’s quite fitting that author Bushra Rehman was a vagabond poet. Bushra and I met not even a year after after 9/11 and it’s a complete coincidence that I’m posting this on an anniversary of 9/11. 9/11 actually figures into the fabric of Corona, as narrator Razia Mirza, a Pakistani woman from Corona, Queens, travels...

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Q&A With Author Bushra Rehman

And I’m not talking about the beer, though it may help! (Art by Chitra Ganesh) This is one of these short books that you finish in a few hours and it resonates with you for weeks, maybe years and possibly for the rest of your life. Corona reads like a fascinating collection of journals and fiction mashed together in a backpack and bound as is. It’s quite fitting that author Bushra Rehman was a vagabond poet. Bushra and I met not even a year after after 9/11 and it’s a complete coincidence that I’m posting this on an anniversary of 9/11. 9/11 actually figures into the fabric of Corona, as narrator Razia Mirza, a Pakistani woman from Corona, Queens, travels...

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Matthew Specktor at GR2 Sunday 2-3pm

  “With coolness and precision, Specktor comes across as a West Coast Saul Bellow in this sweeping narrative, but his energetic, pop-infused prose is markedly his own.” —Booklist “Specktor’s book deserves a special space in the L.A. canon, somewhere looking up at Pynchon and Chandler. Even as the narrator searches through his past to uncover the truth about his family, the author is searching, too.” —LA Weekly “…Matthew Specktor’s American Dream Machine [is] a big and generous novel that functions both as elegy for a recent past and fictional anthropology . . . .it evokes a world with casual ease and unexpected tenderness, recalling and referencing lots of other fiction (both Hollywood and non) while contriving to establish its unique authority.” —LA...

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