That clerk in your indie bookstore just might be a famous writer

KCRW on November 28, 2013 00:52


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    If you step into an independent bookstore anywhere in the United States this Saturday, you might be met by an unusual clerk: A published author, perhaps even a famous one. Hundreds of writers have signed up to work peddling books (and not just their own) as part of the "Indies First" initiative. To find out more, KCRW's Lisa Napoli went to Stories Books and Cafe on Sunset Boulevard in Echo Park to talk with Carolyn Kellogg, who covers all things literary for the LA Times.

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