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“Total SF Book Club” w/ Daniel Handler & Gary Kamiya (Live Zoom Talk)

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Tuesday, August 24, 2021 - 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm | Cost: FREE
San Francisco Public Library (All Branches) | San Francisco, CA

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Chronicle columnist Heather Knight and pop culture critic Peter Hartlaub have chosen The End of the Golden Gate: Writers on Loving and (Sometimes) Leaving San Francisco as their second book for their new Total SF book club. Join Knight and Hartlaub in conversation with Daniel Handler and Gary Kamiya, talking about their love of SF. Let us know whether you’ve left your heart in San Francisco.

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Should I stay or should I go? That’s the question on the minds of many San Franciscans—and one being debated by some of the City’s most famous writers. The End of the Golden Gate is a wonderful collection of essays about the pros and cons of sticking it out in San Francisco, written by luminaries including Gary Kamiya, Margaret Cho, W. Kamau Bell, Michelle Tea and more.

San Francisco Chronicle columnist Knight and pop culture critic Hartlaub, founders of the Chronicle’s Total SF, are celebrating San Francisco through the pages with their second Total SF Book Club. Together we will curate a quarterly event with local authors and books celebrating San Francisco. They’ll include a wide array of genres—fiction, nonfiction, history, YA and even graphic novels—focused on the City they love. Follow their Total SF podcast to hear upcoming episodes featuring interviews with the authors.

Total SF, explores and celebrates the wonder and whimsy of San Francisco, with the Total SF podcast, events, spotlights on small business and more adventures.

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Cost: FREE
Categories: *Top Pick*, Literature, Online
Address: San Francisco, CA