If "home is where the heart is" then James Franco's heart is still in Palo Alto.
An accomplished actor, director, teacher and now author, Franco will appear alongside his mother to discuss his new book A California Childhood during a sold-out reading at Kepler's in Menlo Park Monday.
An Academy Award nominee for 127 Hours, Franco—who was born in Palo Alto in 1978—has written a second book about the city, and in it he shares his artistic side through the use of personal artifacts like photographs.
But since tickets for the event have sold out, Palo Alto Patch wants to know what you would ask him if you had the chance. Have a question? Leave it in comments and we'll try to ask him in the few minutes we'll have with him.
And stay tuned for the video and subsequent article on Patch!
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