Monday, March 30, 2015

Monday Roundup: March 30 - April 5

Bookish events in Texas for the week of March 30 - April 5, 2015:

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

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

Texas Writers: a Humanities Texas Exhibition, San Antonio, April 1 - 29

Monday, March 30:
Austin
BookPeople, CHRIS CANDER speaking & signing Whisper Hollow, 7PM

Monkeywrench Books, Former Austinite Andrew Maraniss discusses Strong Inside: Sports and Race in the South, 6PM

Dallas
The Wild Detectives, Grub Street Grackle release party, 7:30PM

Houston
B&N - River Oaks, Another Day with Her: Lost in Diagnosis, Understanding Bipolar Disorder, 6:30PM

Brazos Bookstore, Megan Kruse - CALL ME HOME, 7PM

Tuesday, March 31:
Austin
BookPeople, Artist, Author, & Musician Alan Schaefer & Joe Nick Patoski speaking & signing Homegrown: Austin Music Posters 1967 to 1982, 7PM

Harry Ransom Center, novelist and poet Michael Ondaatje converses with writer Geoff Dyer in a Harry Ransom Lecture, 7PM

Malvern Books, An Evening with David Abel & David Longoria, 7PM

Resistencia Bookstore, Poets on the Road, 7PM

Spider House Cafe & BallroomAustin Poetry Slam, 8PM

Carrollton
Horizon Unitarian Universalist Church, Oliver Blume will moderate a panel of Texas authors: Diana Finfrock Farrar (The Door of the Heart), Riley Adair Garret (Andi Unwrapped), Kevin Backer (The Preacher’s Son) and Deb Lewin (One Brain Injury Will Change Your Mind!) as part of North Texas Gay and Lesbian Alliance’s “An Evening of Authors,” 6:30PM

Dallas
Aaron Family JCC, Dr. Ruth Pinkenson Feldman will discuss The Green Bubbie, 7PM

Dallas Public Library - Skillman Southwestern Branch, Doug J. Swanson will read and discuss his latest book, Blood Aces, 6PM

Horchow Auditorium, Huan Hsu will discuss The Porcelain Thief as part of Dallas Museum of Art Arts and Letters Live, 7:30PM

Frisco
Frisco Heritage Center, MEET THE AUTHOR - Reavis Z. Wortham, 7PM

Houston

San Antonio
B&N - La Cantera, Chad Morris presents The Impossible Race, 7PM

The Twig Book Shop, Kathi Appelt celebrating her two newest books: When Otis Courted Mama and Counting Crows, 3:30PM

Tyler
University of Texas at Tyler - R. Don Cowan Fine and Performing Arts Center, Rod Canion presents his new book, Open: How Compaq Ended IBM’s PC Domination and Helped Invent Modern Computing followed by book signing and reception, 7:30PM

Wednesday, April 1:
B&N - Town & Country, Best Selling Author Chad Morris presents The Impossible Race, 5:30PM

Blue Willow Bookshop, Katherine Center will discuss and sign her newest novel, HAPPINESS FOR BEGINNERS, 7PM

Fifth Ward Multi-Service Center, Space City Slam: Jupiter Preliminary, 6PM

Museum of Fine Arts - Caroline Wiess Law Building, MFAH Lecture & Book Signing - BIG Little House: Small Houses Designed presented by architect and author Donna Kacmar, 7PM

San Marcos
Wittliff Collections, reading with Kim Addonizio, 3:30PM

Friday, April 3:

B&N - Sunland Park, Tom Brown: Spiritual Gifts for Spiritual Warfare, 1PM

Houston
B&N - Westheimer, Robert Johnston Signing Sanctification, 1PM

Blue Willow Bookshop, Meredith Moore will discuss and sign her novel for young adults, I AM HER REVENGE, 2PM

Murder by the Book, M.J. Carter will sign and discuss The Strangler Vine, 4:30PM

Hurst
B&N - NE Mall, Book Signing With Author Nell ChristiansonBorrowed Goods It All Belongs to Him, 1PM

Midland
B&N, Author Signing: The Alastrine Legend by Debbie Nordman, 1PM

Plano
B&N - Preston/Park, Rebarkable Lilly - Book Signing, 2PM

San Antonio
B&N, Lea Valle presents Sweet Paleo, 12PM

The Woodlands
B&N - Woodlands Mall, Chris Hernandez: Line in the Valley, 2PM

Sunday, April 5:
Apparently nobody reads on Easter so y'all will have to entertain yourselves.

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