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Battle of the Literary Sexes 

Thursday, Jan 15 2009
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Author and L.A. Times columnist Meghan Daum heads this panel discussion on women's fiction, Writing Like a Girl: Do All Novels by Women Get Packaged as "Chick Lit?," featuring fella authors (and N.Y. Times bestsellers) Elisabeth Robinson and Laura Zigman. Robinson has worked as a producer on films such as Braveheart, while Zigman's 2001 book Animal Husbandry was the inspiration for the movie Someone Like You starring Hugh Jackman and the queen bee of chick flicks, Ashley Judd.
Wed., Jan. 21, 7:30 p.m., 2009
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