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It's Reading Time Again.

Sharon sends word:
The next “Readings” will be held on Saturday 27th January, 2006 with the aim of giving established and aspiring writers a platform for their work, and encouraging networking.

Date: 27th January 2006
Time: 3.30pm (starting promptly!)
Place: 67, Lorong Tempinis Satu, Lucky Garden, Bangsar (for directions check www.seksan.com)

This month’s readers are:

Amir Muhammad
kG
Baharuddin Baki
Tshiung Han See
Peter Brown
Jordan MacVay

"Readings" is organized by Sharon Bakar and is made possible by the gracious sponsorship of Seksan from 67 Tempinis Satu and La Bodega.

Sharon Bakar: hp: 012-6848835
sbakar@streamyx.com
http://thebookaholic.blogspot.com
I'm planning on going. I've been regretting missing the previous ones, especially the one with the Elarti crew. Probably will be dragging along a few artist friends of mine. They like to talk about how they're so arty-farty, time to actually take them to an arty-farty gig :D

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