Tomorrow at 8 a.m., McSweeney's publisher Oscar Villalon will be on the sidewalk in front of Dynamo, with stacks of Dorst's book. If you're among the first 30 people to ask him a question -- any question -- about books or football, you'll get a free copy and what outreach librarian Rosie Merlin calls a "thoughtful answer." Villalon doesn't even have to answer correctly. You'll also score a bookmark and a One City, One Book program guide. And in honor of the event, Dynamo will be hawking the sinker it developed in honor of Alive in Necropolis, the Colma Copper, a cornmeal doughnut studded with blueberries. You'll be able to crack your free copy of Dorst's book right then and there, and get doughnut crumbs all between the pages -- just like, in our opinion, every book should have.