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Hello Operator

Between Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Tik Tok, and whatever new app Gen Z is cooking up to torture and delight us , it can be hard to keep track of what date the incredible reading is, or where you saw that post about a workshop you'd love to take. To help out, we're taking it back a few decades, to the time when, on the other end of every phone line was the operator. There to connect you with an acquaintance the town over, the nearest pizza place, you name it – the operator was happy to connect you. And so are we.


Once a month, we will be compiling a list of upcoming events: book launches, readings, workshops, and any other literary happenings that excite us. That way, you can always dial in and we can connect you to literary community wherever you are.


And do you have an event coming up you think we should know about? Email us at landlineliterary@gmail.com with the subject line "Operator Operator."

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