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Come Celebrate Rachel Shukert With Us

Clear your schedule next Tuesday

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Attention, readers within a hop, skip, and a jump—or even a train ride—of New York City: On Tuesday, July 27, Tablet Magazine is co-sponsoring a reading slash party for contributing editor Rachel Shukert’s new memoir, Everything Is Going to Be Great .

The evening will commence with a reading at McNally Jackson Books in SoHo at 7 pm, and will be followed by drinks at nearby bar Sweet & Vicious from 8 to 10.

Should be a fun night! Send your RSVPs to rsvp@tabletmag.com.

Full invitation after the jump.

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