Monday, September 21, 2015

Monday Roundup: September 21 - 27

Bookish events in Texas for the week of September 21 - September 27, 2015: 

Special Events:
Voces Americanas: Latino Literature in the United States (a Humanities Texas exhibit), San Antonio, September 1 - October 8

West Texas Book Festival, Abilene, September 21 - 26

First Annual Indiepalooza, Houston, September 25 - 26

Inside Books Project Book Sale & Work Party, Austin, September 25 - 26

Waco Wordfest, September 26 - 27

Texas Teen Book Festival, Austin, September 26

Banned Books Week, September 27 - October 3


Huston-Tillotson University, Hispanic Heritage Month reading with Texas Poet Laureate Carmen Tafolla and Octavio Quintanilla, 12:30PM

Dallas
Round Rock
B&N - La Frontera, The Round Rock New Neighbors' Book Club Welcomes Taylor Stevens, Author of The Mask, 1PM

Tuesday, September 22:
Fort Worth
Brazos Bookstore, E.R. Bills discusses and signs BLACK HOLOCAUST, 7PM


Wednesday, September 23:


The Woodlands
B&N, Rae Carson signs Walk on Earth a Stranger and Sophie Jordan signs her second book in the Uninvited Series, Unleashed, 7PM

Thursday, September 24:
Allen
Allen Public Library, Joe Milazzo (Crepuscule W/Nellie) will discuss writing, 7:30PM

Angleton
Brazoria County Historical Museum, Allan Andrade discusses and signs Leopoldville - A Tragedy Too Long Secret, 6:30PM

Austin

College Station
The Wild Detectives, Wordspace First Hearings: Harry Hunsicker presents The Grid, 7PM

Edinburg
Dustin Michael Sekula Memorial Library, Rossy Evelin Lima presents her book, Aguacamino/Waterpath, 6PM

Fort Worth
Fort Worth Public Library, Wordslingers 2015: Kathy Reichs Author Visit, 6:30PM

Houston
Blue Willow Bookshop, Carolyn Mackler will discuss and sign her new YA novel, THE INFINITE IN BETWEEN, 7PM



United Way/Grtr. Houston Community Resource Center, Writers' League of Texas Panel: Being A Good Literary Citizen, 7PM

Round Rock
The Book Spot, author Bridget Heos will discuss and sign Mustache Baby and Mustache Baby Meets His Match, 6:30PM

San Antonio
B&N - La Cantera, Kathleen Winter poetry reading, 7PM

Trinity University, DeCoursey Lecture Series presents Dr. Jane Goodall + book signing, 7:30PM

Friday, September 25:
Saturday, September 26:

Arlington


University of Houston - Clear Lake, Biennial Comics Symposium: comiCulture, 10AM

Half Price Books - Huebner, READING IS MAGIC Show and Book Signing, 1PM

Fort Worth
Fort Worth Public Library - Diamond Hill/Jarvis, Writing a Book that Rocked the World - Alex Sanchez Author Visit, 2PM

Houston
B&N - River Oaks, George Arnold signs Beijing Ding-a Ling Mao of the CIA, 11AM

The Lift, kickoff Banned Books Week with a Grapes of Wrath (a.k.a. white wine) Happy Hour, 4PM

San Antonio
San Antonio Public Library, Meet Author/Illustrator Yuyi Morales, 2PM

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