BOOK NOTES So many things going on this week; so little space! Yes, we even ran out of room on the What’s Happening page, so here’s how to get your literary on: First up is the Young Writers Association’s Glitterary Word Festival Saturday, April 28, at the Downtown Library. There’s a circus in the morning, a writing workshop with Oregon’s poet laureate at noon and a hands-on mix of crafts in the early afternoon. Glitterary ends with young award-winners reading their work. And for those of us who like our childhood stories told with cynical hilarity, David Sedaris comes to the UO’s Cultural Forum Sunday, April 29 in a spendy ticket event that’s billed as “an intimate evening.” Um, does Hugh know about us, David? Finally, although they told us about it really late, we’d still like to mention that LCC’s cool Reading Together program brings author Dan O’Brien Wednesday, May 2 to Tsunami Books to read from his Buffalo for the Broken Heart. Check the Calendar for more details.