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Ristretto Reading Series, September 5 at 7pm: Michael Totten, "Where the West Ends"

Please join us for an evening with international correspondent and foreign policy analyst Michael J. Totten, reading from his new book, Where the West Ends: Stories from the Middle East, the Balkans, the Black Sea, and the Caucasus. A resident of Portland, Oregon, Totten’s fearlessness and curiosity take him places most people choose to avoid—Bosnia and Iraq, Libya and Ukraine, and Georgia during the Russian invasion. “Paris? Why would I want to go to Paris?” Totten once said. “I want to go to North Korea."
Totten will read from his latest book and sign copies. Coffee and treats available. Wine graciously provided by Anne Amie Vineyards.
7pm, Ristretto Roasters Williams, 3808 N. Williams Ave.
This event is free and open to everyone, as are all Ristretto Reading Series events. More info on our Facebook page.Michael J. Totten is a foreign correspondent and foreign policy analyst who has reported from the Middle East, the Balkans, and the former Soviet Union. A contributing editor at World Affairs and City Journal, his work has also appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street, Journal, The New Republic, Slake: Los Angeles, Commentary, the New York Daily News, the Jerusalem Post and Beirut’s Daily Star. His first book, The Road to Fatima Gate, won the Washington Institute Silver Book Prize in 2011. He won the Weblog Award for Best Middle East or Africa Blog in 2007 and 2008, and was named Blogger of the Year in 2006 by The Week magazine for his dispatches from the Middle East. Totten lives with his wife in Portland, Oregon and is a former resident of Beirut. Visit his blog at www.MichaelTotten.com