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October 25, 1991 | SARA ARSONE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Meg Reed flaunts her black-lacquered fingernails and spiked black hair. She wears a long white dress trimmed in lace, with a slash of blood-red lipstick across her mouth. When she smiles, two very real-looking vampire fangs glisten. On this night, she has brought a group of similarly dressed friends in a production she calls the Vampire Poetry Series to Ipso Facto, a small Fullerton clothing store and art gallery squeezed between a tattoo parlor and Taco Bell.
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October 25, 1991 | SARA ARSONE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Meg Reed flaunts her black-lacquered fingernails and spiked black hair. She wears a long white dress trimmed in lace, with a slash of blood-red lipstick across her mouth. When she smiles, two very real-looking vampire fangs glisten. On this night, she has brought a group of similarly dressed friends in a production she calls the Vampire Poetry Series to Ipso Facto, a small Fullerton clothing store and art gallery squeezed between a tattoo parlor and Taco Bell.
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November 3, 1994 | FRANCES HALPERN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Don't lament the end of literary traditions. Instead celebrate them with the determined Jody Fickes, proprietor of the nationally recognized Adventures for Kids, who introduces the children of our community to writers and artists who create lovely books. The events in the bookstore are more than just story hours to entertain tots; they are the beginning of literary traditions for the next generation. Carmen Deedy will read from "The Library Dragon" at 9:30 a.m. Friday.
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October 25, 1991 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reference librarian may seem an unlikely occupation for a man who writes murder mysteries set in the high-stakes, sometimes unsavory world of horse racing, but Jon L. Breen doesn't see it that way. As Breen likes to point out, "the reference librarian, like the horse picker, is in the detective business." As a librarian, Breen works in relative obscurity at Rio Hondo College in Whittier. But as a mystery writer and expert in the field, the Fountain Valley author maintains a high profile.
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