Los Angeles, CA ??" Monday, October 15, 2007 ??" TOWN HALL LOS ANGELES welcomes Richard Russo, Author, ???Bridge of Sighs in conversation with Tod Goldberg on Thursday, October 25, 2007 at the Fine Arts Theatre, as part of TOWN HALL???s Writers Bloc series, lively chats with celebrated authors.
Russo, known for his depiction of blue-collar life, won the 2002 Pulitzer Prize in fiction for ???
Goldberg is the author of several short story collections and novels. A contributing writer for a number of magazines and newspapers, Goldberg???s journalism, nonfiction and criticism frequently appear in the Los Angeles Times, Las Vegas CityLife and Palm Springs Life.
Throughout its 70 year history, TOWN HALL has hosted discussions with notable authors such as Carl Sagan, Ray Bradbury and Gore Vidal. This fall, TOWN HALL???s Writer???s Bloc welcomed Garrison Keillor, Author, ???Pontoon and host of ???A Prairie Home Companion and Robert Reich, Author, ???Supercapitalism: The Transformation of Business, Democracy and Everyday Life.
TOWN HALL LOS ANGELES is a nonpartisan and nonprofit organization comprised of leaders and engaged citizens dedicated to examining important issues facing our society. Being a civic organization in the ???Creative Capitol of the World, Town Hall members crave outlets for their interests. Town Hall???s ongoing series bring compelling speakers and topics to the
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