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3116 Houston Ave. Houston, TX 77009 | Heights | 713-869-7600
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    The writers appearing at the LitFuse Reading Series this month include an attorney, a musician, teacher, author, poet, magazine editor and former food-truck fry cook. That’s a neat...
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    One of the most appealing aspects of the ongoing LitFuse reading series at Kaboom Books is its intentional propensity to present authors unfamiliar to its audiences. It's never the same old,...
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    The LitFuse Reading Series at Kaboom Books kicks off its third season with a bit of an international bang. Fresh from a summer teaching creative writing at Cambridge University as part of...
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    The reading series Lit Fuse celebrates National Poetry Month with a program of three remarkable poets. First is Yerra Sugarman, author of the collections Forms of Gone and The Bag of Broken...
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    A trio of writers reflects on love at this month's installment of the LitFuse reading series. A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, Olga Mexina has been in the United States since she was a...
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    Musician Chance Hunter is no stranger to combining art forms to create unique experiences. He plays in the Psychedelic Blues Collective, which is a potent mix of blues and funk jamming and...
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    Well-known writer/teacher/arts organizer Greg Oaks takes the mike during today’s Lit Fuse Reading Series. A creative writing teacher at Lone Star College, Oaks is also co-founder of...
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    Local writer Sarah Cortez reads from her memoir Walking Home: Growing up Hispanic in Houston at today’s installment of the Lit Fuse reading series. Cortez, who grew up in the South...
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    People who know about such things tell us that by the year 2050, whites will in the minority in America. Author Lacy Johnson decided to look at rural white culture as something that might be...
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    Janice Lee’s experimental novel Daughter is more of a poem than it is a linear story. “It’s written in prose, but it’s written in prose fragments,” Lee tells...
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