– 02/18/2017

Beth Dooley will be signing her cookbook In Winter’s Kitchen and sharing one of her favorite recipes from the book. Learn more about making the most of local foods in your own Winter Kitchen. Books available for purchase at the Richfield event, and at all 3 Lakewinds locations.

#ireadindie: Books that Celebrate Diversity

We're proud to be part of the independent publishing community, promoting titles that breed independent minds, break the mold, and dare to be different. In support of our fellow independents, we'd like to draw attention to big books from smaller publishers across the country. Over the coming months, we'll be teaming up with a few other independent publishers to do just that, each time highlighting books on different themes. First up, we're highlighting our best books that celebrate diversity.

– 04/06/2017

Chris Santiago will give the keynote speech for the annual Normandale Writing Festival. A short Q&A will follow, and Santiago will be available to sign books and visit with attendees.

– 03/29/2017

As a part of the Oxford Conference of the Book, moderator Ann Fisher-Wirth will talk with Aimee Nezhukumatathil and J. Drew Lanham in “Conservation Conversations: Creativity in Nature Writing.”
 

– 03/27/2017

Kathy Fagan, author of Sycamore, and Raena Shirali, author of GILT, will read poetry at the Canzani Center at Columbus College of Art & Design. The event is part of the Beeler Gallery Visiting Artists & Scholars Series.

– 03/24/2017

As a part of NYU's Reading Series, Ada Limón will read poetry alongside authors Beth Bachmann and Sarah Blake.

– 03/11/2017

Chris Santiago will read from his new poetry collection, Tula. As a part of the Spirit Lake Poetry Series, the event is made possible by the Arrowhead Regional Arts Council and the Arts & Heritage Legacy Fund.

– 03/03/2017

Seattle's Open Books celebrates the launch of Christopher Howell's latest poetry collection, Love's Last Number.

Nonfiction
A Landscape Memoir
By 
Tim Winton

For over thirty years, the author has written novels in which the natural world is as much a living presence as any character. In this beautiful, evocative, and sometimes provocative memoir, he explores Australia’s unique landscape, and how that singular place has shaped him and his writing.

Tim Winton has published over two dozen books for adults and children, and his work has been translated into twenty-eight languages. He has received the Miles Franklin Award four times and twice been shortlisted for the Booker Prize. Island Home is his first work of memoir published in the United States. He lives in Western Australia.

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