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lulu Thomas Gladysz, editor of the "Louise Brooks Edition" of The Diary of a Lost Girl, has spoken about the book and its remarkable history at libraries, museums, theaters and bookstores. He is available for speaking engagements. Here are some past events:

SAN FRANCISCO SILENT FILM FESTIVAL
following a screening of Prix de Beaute
San Francisco, CA
July 18, 2013

NOE VALLEY AUTHOR FESTIVAL
San Francisco, CA
March 23, 2013

SAN FRANCISCO SILENT FILM FESTIVAL
following a screening of Pandora's Box
San Francisco, CA
July 14, 2012

CASTRO THEATER
San Francisco, CA
February 11, 2011

VILLAGE VOICE / ACTION CINEMA
Presentation, followed by a screening of Diary of a Lost Girl
Paris, France
January 13, 2011

BOOKS INC.
Presentation and booksigning
San Francisco, CA
November 18, 2010

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY - Koret Auditorium
In conjunction with an exhibit and screening of Diary of a Lost Girl
San Francisco, CA
November 14, 2010

ORINDA BOOKS
Presentation and booksigning
Orinda, CA
November 13, 2010

NILES ESSANAY SILENT FILM MUSEUM
Following a screening of Love Em and Leave Em
Fremont, CA
October 9, 2010

SAN FRANCISCO SILENT FILM FESTIVAL
Following a screening of Diary of a Lost Girl
July 17, 2010


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San Francisco Public Library


Village Voice bookshop, Paris (France)

About the editor of THE DIARY OF A LOST GIRL:

Thomas Gladysz is an arts journalist and the Director of the Louise Brooks Society, which he founded in 1995. Acclaimed in publications around the world, the LBS is an online archive and internet-based fan club devoted to the silent film star with more than 1500 members in 50 countries around the world.


Past event links:    Books Inc.   |   San Jose Mercury News   |   Bookforum   |   San Francisco Chronicle   |   Librarian's News Wire   |   San Francisco Public Library  

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