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Book It: The Five Best Literary Events This Week

The indefatigable Neil Patrick Harris appears at the Alamo Drafthouse Sloan's Lake on September 27.
The indefatigable Neil Patrick Harris appears at the Alamo Drafthouse Sloan's Lake on September 27. vagueonthehow at Flickr

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LITTLE, BROWN BOOKS FOR YOUNG READERS
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Neil Patrick Harris, The Magic Misfits: The Second Story
Thursday, September 27, 7 p.m.
Alamo Drafthouse Sloan's Lake
4255 West Colfax Avenue
Free

Neil Patrick Harris is an accomplished actor, producer, director, author and the father of magical twins. He makes an appearance at Denver’s Alamo Drafthouse Sloan's Lake (at an event co-presented by Tattered Cover) for a book talk and a meet-and-greet with fans of his latest book, The Magic Misfits: The Second Story. Tickets for the event include the opportunity to win a raffle for five lucky winners (and their plus-ones) to meet Neil Patrick Harris personally. It will be legend…wait for it…dary.

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Dana Green, How to Carry Scars
Sunday, September 30, 6 p.m.
BookBar
4280 Tennyson Street
Free

Colorado writer Dana Green will launch her first novel, How to Carry Scars, at BookBar. Her first book, a short-story collection called Sometimes the Air in the Room Goes Missing, was one of the winners of the 2015 Tarpulin Sky Book Prize. This novel is about the obsession of memories, of blood and family, and of the many kinds of scars we all lug through life.

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Teague Bohlen is a writer, novelist and professor at the University of Colorado Denver. His first novel, The Pull of the Earth, won the Colorado Book Award for Literary Fiction in 2007; his textbook The Snarktastic Guide to College Success came out in 2014. His new collection of flash fiction, Flatland, is available now.
Contact: Teague Bohlen