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Karl Marlantes’ Author Tour Begins in Southern California

Karl Marlantes, New York Times bestselling author and Vietnam veteran, will return to Southern California for the second leg of his statewide speaking tour, focusing on topics raised in his compelling narrative What It Is Like To Go To War, our current CA Reads book selection. The tour will kick-off at UCLA Sunday, November 16 and wrap up at the Mira Costa College in Oceanside on Friday, November 21.



Sun. November 16, 4pm UCLA DeNeve Auditorium, L.A.
Mon. November 17, 10am Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley (RSVP Required)
Tue. November 18, 4:30pm Beale Memorial Auditorium, Bakersfield
Wed. November 19, 7:30pm Bowers Museum, Santa Ana
Thurs. November 20, 6pm Riverside Municipal Auditorium & Soldier’s Memorial
Fri. November 21, 2pm Mira Costa College, Oceanside


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