Monday, July 25, 2016

Monday Roundup: TEXAS LITERARY CALENDAR July 25-31

Bookish events in Texas for the week of July 25-31, 2016: 

Special Events:
Summer Book Arts Studio, Houston, July 26-29

Writer's Garret 21st Birthday Celebration, Dallas, July 29-31

Deep Ellum Lit Hop, Dallas, July 30

B&N Countdown to Midnight Party: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, all locations, July 30

Half Price Books Midnight Release Party: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, various locations (check with your local store for participation & times), July 30 [PASS REQUIRED]

Ongoing Exhibits:

Houston Public Library - Morris Frank, Meet Pat Tucker, author of Daddy's Maybe, 2PM

Murder By the Book, Peter Spiegelman will sign and discuss Dr. Knox, 6:30PM

San Antonio
Austin Public Library, Aural Literature, 7PM

The Writing Barn, Words and Wine with YA/MG Author Carolyn Cohagan, 7:30PM


San Antonio
San Antonio Public Library - Forest Hills, Author visit: Dr. Vincent Di Maio discusses and signs Morgue: A Life in Death, 6:30PM

Thursday, July 28:
The Wild Detectives, Attack of the Poets! starring John Dorsey, Justin Booth, The Cringe-Worthy Poetry Collective, Opalina Salas, and Paul Koniecki, 7:30PM

Dustin M. Sekula Library, Christopher Carmona reads and signs his new story collection The Road to Llorona Park, 6PM
Murder By the Book, Amy Gentry will sign and discuss Good As Gone, 6:30PM

Saturday, July 30:
B&N - Preston/Royal, Michael Williams signs To God Be The Glory For The Things He Has Done and Will Do, 1PM

Freaks and Geeks, speculative fiction writer Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam and jazz musician and composer Peter Brewer will present a performance of their collaborative album release Strange Monsters: A Music and Words Collaboration, 3PM

El Paso
Memorial Park Public Library, Tumblewords Project workshop with Ann Cameron: Recent Poets Laureate, 12:45PM

Rock House Cafe & Gallery, Bordersenses Barbed Wire Open Mic presents Donna Snyder and the release of her new poetry collection The Tongue Has Its Secrets, with poet and professor Lawrence Welsh, 8PM

Fort Worth
LaMancha Business Center, Forth Worth Writer's Boot Camp workshop: Adapting Non-Fiction for Documentaries with Mark A. Nobles, 1PM

Blue Willow Bookshop, Rodney Dietert will discuss and sign THE HUMAN SUPERORGANISM, 3PM

The Twig Book Shop, Donna Birdwell reads and signs Shadow of the Hare, 11AM

Sunday, July 31:

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