Short fiction series returns to Los Angeles for fifth year

Toushin, Abbi
December 2000
Daily Variety;12/28/2000, Vol. 270 Issue 19, p3
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Reports that a grant from the city of Los Angeles, California Cultural Affairs Department will facilitate 'The New Short Fiction Series,' which showcases the work of short story writers that starts its eleven month run at the Lankershim Arts Center, on January 9, 2001.


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