Monday, March 23, 2015

Monday Roundup: March 23 - 29

Bookish events in Texas for the week of March 23 - 29, 2015:

Special Events:
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Exhibition, Austin, February 10 - July 6

Wildcatter Exchange, Fort Worth, March 27 - 28

Our Lady of the Lake Literary Festival, San Antonio, March 27 - April 12

Dogwood Book Festival, Palestine, March 28

Monday, March 23:
Wortham Center, Inprint presents Kazuo Ishiguro, 7:30PM

Seguin
AgriLife Extension Bldg, Mark Gustafson presents A Naturalist's Guide to the Texas Hill Country, 6:30PM

Tuesday, March 24:

Houston

Wednesday, March 25:
Houston
Austin
B&N - Lakeline, Vegetable Gardening Q&A with Trisha Shirey, author of Timber Press Guide to Vegetable Gardening in the Southwest, 7PM

BookPeople, Bestselling Author HARLAN COBEN speaking & signing The Stranger, 7PM

Malvern Books, W. Joe’s Poetry Corner with David Jewell, 7PM

Texas Running Company, Kristin Armstrong and Susan Shorn, along with editor Sarah Bowen Shea, will sign Tales from Another Mother Runner, 7:30PM

UT - Avaya Auditorium, Michener Center Reading Series presents ALAN CHEUSE, 7:30PM


Texas Theatre, Oral Fixation presents “Writing On The Wall”, 8PM

The Wild Detectives, Brian Abrams – Party Like a President, 7:30PM

Denton
University of North Texas - Willis Library, Friends of the UNT Libraries will host their annual meeting and dinner featuring Deborah Crombie, book signing follows, 6PM

Fort Worth
TCU, Thomas Zigal (Many Rivers to Cross) will speak, 6:30PM

Houston
Murder by the Book, Joseph Kanon will sign and discuss his newest book, Leaving Berlin, 6:30PM

Lewisville
B&N - Vista Ridge, Blue Warrior by Mike Maden, 4:30PM

Lubbock
Texas Tech, Iron Horse Literary Review presents A Fiction Reading by Tiphanie Yanique, 7:30PM

Friday, March 27:
Horchow Auditorium, DMA Arts & Letters Live presents Marcus Samuelsson: Savory Success, 7:30PM

UT Dallas, Yevgeniy Yevtushenko poetry reading "Life as Adventure," 4:30PM

Denton

Saturday, March 28:
B&N - Preston/Royal, Jeff Hampton Signs Grandpa Jack, 2PM

SMU’s Collins Executive Education Center, Willard Spiegelman (How Poets See the World) will receive the Annual Literati Award at Tables of Content - Other authors include Luke B. Goebel (Fourteen Stories, None of Them Are Yours), Jenny Martin (Tracked) and Merritt Tierce (Love Me Back), 7:15PM (reception at 6)

Frisco
Half Price Books, local author Nikki Fagan signs her children’s book Foxy and Wolfy: What Kind of Friend is This?, 12PM

Garland
B&N - Firewheel Mall, Kelly K. Lavender Signs Beautiful Evil Winter, 2PM

Houston
Blue Willow Bookshop, Texas Bluebonnet List Author and illustrator Nathan Hale will meet and greet customers, 11AM


Museum of Fine Arts - Audrey Jones Beck Building, Book Signing: Texas Abstract, 3PM

River Oaks Bookstore, Maureen A. Maillet reads and signs The Peanut Butter Theory, 4PM

Writespace, Lit-Con: Sci-Fantasy Readings and Cosplay Contest, 7PM

Hurst
B&N - NE Mall, Book Signing With Author Arianne "Tex" ThompsonMedicine for the Dead, 3PM

San Antonio

Sugarland
Half Price Books - Highland Square, local author Cindy Schroppel signs her Christian novel Skandalon, 1PM

Harmony School of Science, Space City Slam: Apollo Preliminary, 12:30PM

The Woodlands
B&N - Woodlands Mall, Michelle Moran: Rebel Queen, 2PM

Sunday, March 29:
Austin
B&N - Arboretum, Meet & Greet Book Signing With Nery Roman: The Inability to See the Other Side of Reality!, 2PM

Houston
B&N - Westheimer, Tarif Youssef-Agha Signing A Journey Around the Arab-Spring Revolutions The Quest for Freedom, Dignity and Democracy, 1PM

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