Rebel Bookseller at Copacetic Comics Monday October 3

Another cultural post — this one is literary.  “Bookseller & author Andrew Laties comes to town with a meet & greet, a book signing, a reading, and a panel discussion about indie businesses creating great communities. Laties’ book, “Rebel Bookseller: Why Indie Bookstores Represent Everything You Want to Fight for from Free Speech to Buying Local to Building Communities” is now out in its second edition from Seven Stories Press. Laties thinks that 2011 is a great time to open an indie bookstore, and he’ll tell you why.” (event description borrowed from  Pittsburgh Literary Calendar)

The event takes place in two spaces at at 3138 Dobson Street on Monday, October 3rd from 6:00-9:00pm.
6:00 p.m.:   Meet & greet with author Andrew Laties at Copacetic Comics, third floor
7:00 p.m.:  Reading & panel discussion downstairs at Lili Coffee Shop, first floor
8:00 p.m.:   Book signing back upstairs at Copacetic

Panel Discussion: “Indie Bookstores and Small Businesses Creating Communities”
Andrew Laties, Rebel Bookseller author
Bill Boichel, Copacetic Comics
Jovon Higgins, 720 Music, Clothing, & Cafe
Frank Oreto, Eljay’s Used Books
Karen Lillis–moderator