Sapphire at ALOUD

Tomorrow (Monday) night at 7, the Library Foundation of Los Angeles ALOUD series presents Sapphire, author of Push, Black Wings & Blind Angels and American Dreams, reading and in conversation with Brighde Mullins, director of the USC Master of Professional Writing Program.

The LAPL site says that the event is full, but it’s often possible to walk in; they release seats if people on the reservations list don’t show up.  Park in the Fifth Street garage at the downtown Central Library and head early to the Mark Taper Auditorium.  Central Library is also just a few blocks from the 7th and Metro stop of the Red Line.  Exit to Hope Street; this is the northwest corner of Hope and 7th, and if you turn around and start walking north, a few blocks’  stroll brings you to the stairs to the Hope entrance.   Wheelchair access is from the Fifth Street entrance.

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