Hard to Read and Fiona Alison Duncan invite readers to explore excavation, regeneration, consecration, and the motif of teeth. Featuring writings by the late poet and translator David Rattray, author of How I Became One of the Invisible (published by Semiotext(e)), Norman M. Klein, author of The History of Forgetting: Los Angeles and the Erasure of Memory and Tales of the Floating Class, and others. Hard to Read is a literary social practice that promotes print reading and active listening as vital meditations for our turbulent current. Enter the park at 6th and Hill Streets. Capacity is limited; RSVP preferred, space given on a first-come, first-served basis.