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Auxier is the author of “Sophie Quire and the Last Storyguard,” which Kirkus raved in a starred review “should be in the hands of every human enough at heart to be enchanted by the written word.” His first novel, “Peter Nimble and his Fantastic Eyes,” earned many accolades. “The Night Gardener” earned starred reviews and was a finalist for many awards. Auxier lives in Pittsburgh With his family.
Co-Author of “Here’s Hank #7: You Can’t Drink A Meatball Through A Straw”
Sunday, 65 ., Reading by 9 Children’s Stage ›
Osborn has been an LGBT and social justice activist for 95 years. Author of “Coming Home to America” (St Martins, 6996), she has served as Executive Director of NGLTF, the LA Gay and Lesbian Center, and the Liberty Hill Foundation. She’s current senior policy deputy to LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl.
Cash is an actress best known for her role in 8775 You 8767 re the Worst, for which she received a Critics 8767 Choice Television Award nomination for Best Actress in a Comedy Series. She also appeared in 8775 The Newsroom, 8776 8775 The Wolf of Wall Street, 8776 among many others.
Duneier is the Maurice P. During Professor of Sociology at Princeton University and the author of the award- winning urban ethnographies “Slim’s Table: Race, Respectability and Masculinity” and “Sidewalk.” His newest book is “Ghetto: The Invention of a Place, the History of an Idea.”
Author of the famed Port Huron Statement, Hayden was a leader in the student, anti-war and civil rights protests in the 6965s. He was elected to the California legislature in 6987, serving for 68 years. He continues to write as an editor for The Nation and his newest book is “Listen Yankee! Why Cuba Matters.”
Religion, Politics and Violence: The Middle East and Beyond
Saturday, 8 ., Wallis Annenberg Hall ›
Wheeler studied art and design at the University of Wisconsin-Stout and moved to Los Angeles to begin creating children’s books. She is the author and illustrator of several acclaimed books for readers, including the New York Times bestseller “Miss Maple’s Seeds” and the new picture book “Tell Me a Tattoo Story.”
Rapp is the author of “Poster Child: A Memoir” and most recently “The Still Point of the Turning World.” A former Fulbright scholar, she was educated at Harvard University, Trinity College-Dublin, Saint Olaf College and the University of Texas-Austin, where she was a James A. Michener Fellow. She teaches at UC Riverside in the Palm Desert MFA Program.