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 On the evening of November 27th, a crowd filled Book Thug Nation to celebrate the release of Justin Maurer’s  collection Seventeen Television.

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Aaron Lake Smith led off the evening with some musings on writing discipline, the ways in which writers make a living, and the strange fate of the literary “sketch.”

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He was followed by Sean H. Doyle, who told a story about a friend from the Phoenix punk scene who had turned to Scientology.

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Cassie J. Sneider‘s piece also focused on Arizona, as she recounted a tale of bad tattoos, road trips to California, and being haunted by the music of the Eagles.

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And Justin Maurer closed out the evening by reading from Seventeen Television — specifically, “Down on the Boulevard,” about his job working for a tour bus company in Los Angeles.

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