Richard Rushfield‘s book party was in a swanky English pub downtown. The kind of place where the shepherd’s pie is served with a baby green salad in a tangy vinaigrette.
Anyway, the place was packed for the release party of Rushfield’s college memoir “Don’t Follow Me, I’m Lost.” And yes, in keeping with the theme of the book, we had trouble finding the place.
Pictured above is Gawker editor and author Richard Rushfield and Love Junkie author Rachel Resnick.
More photos after the break…
Pictured are authors Anna David and Neal Pollack. We also spotted LA Weekly’s Max Taves, documentarian Lauren Greenfield, LAT’s Leslie Anne Wiggins, writer Mark Ebner, the Daily Beast’s Kate Aurthur, Slate.com’s Andy Bowers and Mickey Kaus, Curbed LA’s Dakota Smith, Variety’s Pat Saperstein and author Rebecca Woolf.
It was a party where we’d estimate 65% of the guests have their own wikipedia page. Very impressive.
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