Writers on Writing, an event series fashioned after the beloved Totally Criminal Cocktail Hour, will meet on the third Wednesday of the month at The Dock Cafe. You can expect the same format as TCCH but with writers of other genres discussing their work. A $10 reservation includes delicious appetizers. A cash bar is available. Call us at 651-430-3385 to reserve your spot.
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Meet and greet for Richard Roach, in Minnesota for only a short time to present his new novel, Never a Woman.
Tim Jollymore joins us for a meet and greet to introduce his new book, The Advent of Elizabeth.
Shawn Otto presents his new release, The War on Science: Who's Waging It, Why It Matters, What We Can Do About It at Family Means in Stillwater.
Join us for a very special Sunday afternoon in conversation with authors Judith Stern (Teachings From Mother Earth Books One, Two and Three) and Karen Olson Johnson (Common Sense for the Common Good and From Where I See It). Topics are sure to include but aren't limited to: intuition, Native American wisdom, spirituality, sustainability and care for this planet and the people on it.
Tin Bins and Valley Bookseller invite you to Literary Happy Hour with R.T. Rybak as he introduces his new book Pothole Confidential: My Life as Mayor of Minneapolis.
Meet Linda and Kathy Koutsky, authors of a new release from the Minnesota Historical Society Press,Tempt Me:The Fine Art of Minnesota Cooking.
With first-rate illustrations, vintage advertising, by-gone recipes and the storied history of Minnesota's food industries, the pages of Tempt Me offer a true feast for the senses.
Marley Kaul's stunning new book, Letters to Isabella: Paintings by Marley Kaul presents seventy-seven egg tempera works each accompanied by a letter written to his granddaughter. It offers beautiful full-color reproductions of his paintings and is an intimate look at his artistic process and the unique personal and professional influences reflected in his work.
Stop in for a meet and greet/signing as Heidi Helmeke presents her new book, Self-Wealth: A simple, conscious path to a comfortable financial future.
Sarah Stonich, a best-selling author from Minnesota known for her fictional tales of life in the Northwoods, will be speaking and signing books at the annual Bayport Library Spring Foundation Luncheon on Saturday, May 14.
Valley Bookseller will be on site selling books and the Foundation will receive a percentage of the sales.