This Week at Bookworks Includes Amistead Maupin, Marilyn O'Leary and More

This Week at Bookworks Includes Amistead Maupin, Marilyn O'Leary and More

Saturday, January 25
1pm • Sharon Rhutasel •
Living by Ear
Kids share part of their lives with a wayward teacher. More »

3pm • Armistead Maupin • The Days of Anna Madrigal
Suspenseful, comical & profoundly moving. 92 year old Mrs. Madrigal has seemingly found peace with her "logical family" in San Francisco. More »

Sunday, January 26

1pm • Marilyn O'Leary • In Sickness & in Health
Loving, learning & living with serious illness. More »

3pm • William Stafford Ask Me
Collections of 100 essential poems Poetry that reveals the consequences of violence, the daily necessity of moral decisions and the bounty of art. More »

Tuesday, January 28
7pm • Thomas Chavez •
Chasing History
Personal account and modern history that champions the value of the work done in museums and the arts. More »

Wednesday, January 29

7pm • Richard A. Ruddy • Edmund G. Ross
Soldier, senator and abolitionist, Ross was an interesting character, resolute and consistent in his beliefs, who often paid a price for his integrity. More »

Thursday, January 30
7pm • Catherine Zuromskis •
Snapshot Photography
Snapshots by amateurs capture everyday occasions and often commenorate something that is private and personal. More »

For Kids

Saturday, January 25
10:30am • BOA (Big on Animals)

We will read Kitten Caboodle by Paige Grant. A local veterinarian will join us to talk about cat care. Big On Animals features stories and visitors that help us help animals. More »

Thursday, January 30
Story Time with Contessa Connie
Kazoo Time! Musical stories, songs and snacks. More »

Looking Ahead

Saturday, February 1
5pm • Nick Turse •
Kill Anything that Moves
Violence against Vietnamese civilians was pervasive & systematic during the Vietnam War. More »

Tuesday, February 4
7pm • Dede Feldman
Inside the New Mexico Senate: Boots, Suits & Citizens
Honest, informative look at our legislative body with all the diverse characters and various influences, conflicts, compromises and achievements. More »

Friday, February 14
7pm • Sue Monk Kidd •
The Invention of Wings
Magnificent novel about two unforgettable American women by the author of The Secret Life of Bees. $5 tickets are good for $5 off the hardcover.Event will be held at The Albuquerque Academy in Simms Auditorium.
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Kaitlin Milligan Kaitlin Milligan is from Fort Lauderdale, FL, but is currently a Freshman studying English at The University of Florida. She has aspirations to be a playwright and television scriptwriter in New York City. In her free time she sings, writes, plays piano, and sees as many Broadway shows as possible.

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