Monday, March 26, 2018

Monday Roundup: TEXAS LITERARY CALENDAR 3/26-4/1

Bookish goings-on in Texas for the week of March 26-April 1, 2018: 

Special Events:
Anime Matsuri Convention, Houston, March 29-April 1

3rd Annual Books2Eat Celebration, Houston, March 31

16th Annual Austin Edible Book Festival, April 1

Ongoing Exhibits:

In His Own Words: The Life and Work of César Chávez (Humanities Texas), Del Rio, March 24-May 4

Monday, March 26:
Cleburne Public Library, Women's History Month: program with award-winning author Carmen Goldthwaite, 6:30PM

Interabang Books, Michael Noll discussing and signing THE WRITER’S FIELD GUIDE TO THE CRAFT OF FICTION, 7PM

San Antonio
The Twig Book Shop, Donna Bryson discussing and signing Home of the Brave: A Small Town, Its Veterans and the Community They Built Together, 5PM

Tuesday, March 27:

Half Price Books - The Mother Ship, New York Times bestselling-author Lisa Wingate will discuss and sign her bestselling novel Before We Were Yours, 7PM [numbered-pass event]

San Antonio

Interabang Books, Elle Luna discussing and signing YOUR STORY IS YOUR POWER, 7PM

South Dallas Cultural Center, African Diaspora - New Dialogues: Patrick Oliver, founder of "Say It Loud! Readers and Writers," talks with award-winning novelist and publisher Tina McElroy Ansa, 7:30PM

El Paso
UTEP Library, Book Presentation: Mexican Border: Nodes of the Global System of Illicit Drugs by César M. Fuentes Flores in collaboration with Sergio Peña Medina (Book discussion by Dr. Jeremy Slack), 3:30PM
River Oaks Bookstore, Dr. Gail Gross discussing and signing The Only Way Out Is Through: A Ten-Step Journey from Grief to Wholeness, 4PM

Rudyard's Pub, Public Poetry presents: The PM Show, 6:30PM

Sugar Land
Imagine Books & Records, Dali's Mustache: a night of poetry and music, 8PM

Saturday, March 31:
Black Labrador, Plant The Seed: A Generative Workshop Hosted by Fuente Collective, 3PM

Black Labrador, Failure to Identify Reading Series & Open Mic, 7PM

Murder By the Book, C.S. Humble will sign and discuss The Massacre at Yellow Hill, 4:30PM

Dead Tree Books, Nicholas Paschall signing Father of Flesh, 2PM

San Antonio Public Library - Central, Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros and Erasmo Cisneros present "El Camino: An Afternoon of Poetry and Hope" featuring new and established poets + open mic, 2PM

B&N - Town Square, Celestina Blok signing Lost Restaurants of Fort Worth, 12PM

B&N - Town Square, Jim West signing Genocide by GMO and The Making of an Assassin Atlanta, 2PM

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