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Old 02-13-2016, 05:40 PM   #1
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Meet Motorcyclist Contributors Jack Lewis and Ed Milich At San Francisco Book Signing

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Jack Lewis and Ed Milich will appear for readings and signings at the Bay Area shops listed below.






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Milich's "Bottom Dead Center" includes short stories related to motorcycle racing, wrenching, riding and reflection.




Motorcyclist magazine contributing editors Jack Lewis and Ed Milich will appear at several San Francisco Bay Area motorcycle shops in February 2016 to promote their respective new books.

Jack Lewis's latest, Head Check: What it Feels Like to Ride Motorcycles, chronicles his two-wheeled narratives as found in his monthly Motorcyclist column (click here for Lewis' Behind Bars column). Jack brings his prodigious literary voice to the task of reminding riders that spring is just*around the corner.

Ed Milich's* Bottom Dead Center includes free verse and short stories related to motorcycle racing, wrenching, riding and reflection.

The two will appear for readings at the following San Francisco Bay Area venues.
Admission to each event is free of charge. Books will be available for purchase at each reading.



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"Head Check: What it Feels Like to Ride Motorcycles" chronicles Lewis' two-wheeled narratives as found in his monthly Behind Bars column.








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