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October 21, 2014 at 11:31 AM

Pot finds a place on Lit Crawl Seattle’s schedule

Love books? Love pot?

On Thursday, Lit Crawl Seattle is hosting a “Weed All About It” reading featuring authors Roger Roffman and Bruce Barcott. Dominic Holden, who was associate editor of The Stranger until recently, will host the event.

Barcott and Roffman’s reading is one of 21 taking place on Capitol Hill and First Hill as part of Lit Crawl Seattle.

Roffman is a UW emeritus professor who has been studying pot for decades. His book, “Marijuana Nation,” is a frank and even-keeled dissection of what he’s learned during his years of study.

Barcott is a journalist and author who lives on Bainbridge Island. His book, “Weed the People,” will be released next year.

 

 

 

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