This Wednesday: Cactus reading at San Francisco Library’s Mission Bay Branch (with directions)

(Hi everyone. This reading happened back in 2008, in case you’re just checking this right now. I would like to read at this library again, but I’ll wait until the next thing comes out.)

I’m very excited about this reading. It’s from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. this coming Wednesday (December 10) in my adopted hometown of San Francisco.

Location: Mission Bay Branch, San Francisco Public Library.
Address: 960 4th St. (at Berry)

Here’s the link for directions to the branch (it’s right on the T-Line and near the Caltrain stop):

If you’ve never seen it before, this will also be a good chance for you to tour the brand new, $4 million library facility, five years in the making. It’s the first SF branch library to open up in four decades. (I happen to live near the very oldest one, close to Golden Gate Park.) The library is part of a complex that also includes affordable housing, retail and an adult day health center. I’ve heard it even has views of Mission Creek.

To mark this occasion, I might even bring my trusty, trail-scarred backpack — Big Mofo — if I can figure out how to cram this mouse-bitten, trail-dust-coated thing into the trunk of my car (and muster the strength to drag it into the library building.)

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