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Kiese Laymon in conversation with Ed Pavlic

Kiese Laymon in conversation with Ed Pavlic

Avid Bookshop presents Kiese Laymon in conversation with IAAS Faculty Member Ed Pavlić in celebration of the reissue of Laymon's book, How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America. This is a virtual event taking place on Thursday, December 3, 2020, from 7pm - 8pm EST via Zoom. 

To attend this event, purchase a ticket (or select a no-cost ticket). You will receive a Zoom link via email one hour before the event begins. Ticket sales will be cut off at 7pm on 12/3/20. We have 3 ticketing options:

  • Pay-What-You-Can ticket & book (How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America) bundle
  • Pay-What-You-Can ticket only (no book)
  • No-cost ticket to get Zoom event access only (no book)

Register for the event on the Avid Bookshop website herePlease support Athens, Georgia's only independent bookshop (and the authors, of course!) by purchasing the book from Avid Bookshop here.

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