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McSweeney's Issue 34 Release with FREE Food

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Offices filled with industrious people who come in seven days a week, rain or shine, in sickness and in health, aren’t just a glowing example of a desperate job economy and job-loss fear. Offices filled with industrious people who come in seven days a week, rain or shine, in sickness and in health are also petri dishes filled with germs and poor air circulation. That’s how I got the stomach flu.

So here I sit, too delirious to read and too nauseated to eat. Two of my favorite pastimes robbed of me.  Well, here’s an event that combines the two and you don’t have to miss out. Unless you work in a poorly ventilated office. My doctor said it’s going around big-time. Something to look forward to!

When is a Dave Eggers-affiliated event ever bad?

It’s the McSweeney’s issue #34 release event at Books, Inc. in the Marina, featuring Nick McDonell, Tom Barbash, and Daniel Handler. Even cooler, Meze’s, the Mediterranean restaurant next door gives out FREE appetizer tasting plates to everyone that comes in before or after every “Meet the Author” event at Books, Inc.

Tuesday, April 27th, 7:30pm
McSweeney’s: Issue 34 Release
Books Inc. in the Marina
2251 Chestnut St. btwn. Scott & Pierce

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