April: Events for All Ages at Book Culture

April 1, 2008 at 2:10 pm Leave a comment

npm_2008_poster_thb.gifWe kick off our April events schedule TONIGHT! with a trio of award winning poets reading from their latest collections. Anna Rabinowitz, Karen Garthe and Craig Morgan Teicher will join us as we celebrate the start of National Poetry Month.

Next week Book Culture will welcome another trio, each author on his own night, three in a row: Michael Eskin (Poetic Affairs) on April 8, Michael Paul Mason (Head Cases) on April 9 and David Hajdu (The 10-Cent Plague) on April 10.

salt.gifWe are also excited to announce new events for children! Nina Jaffe will begin her Children’s Sunday Storytelling Series with a reading of The Way Meat Loves Salt on April 13 at 2 pm. The following weekend, author and illustrator Mingmei Yip will host a Saturday morning storytelling (Chinese Children’s Favorite Stories) on April 19 at 10:30 am.

Other authors appearing at the store during the second half of the month include: Matthew Connelly (Fatal Misconception), Brian Larkin (Signal and Noise), Marion Kaplan (Dominican Haven), Wallace Broecker (Fixing Climate) and Frank Donoghue (The Last Professors).


Entry filed under: Events.

Spring Event Photos Q & A with Michael Paul Mason

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