This Week at Bookworks Includes Beth Howard, Jonathan Miller and More
This week at Bookworks includes many things for all ages. Highlights include Beth Howard with buttery pie recipes from American Gothic, World Book Night, Jonathan Miller with a Rattlesnake Lawyer's Memoir and more. Go www.bkwrks.com/event for more information on all of these events.
Friday, April 18
7pm • Beth Howard • Ms. American Pie
Beth has made pies for celebrities including Barbra Streisand, Dick Van Dyke & Steven Spielberg before moving back home to rural Iowa & into the American Gothic house. Tasty morsals of FREE PIEwill be served.
Saturday, April 19
3pm • Cecelia Dardanes • Salad maker extraordinaire presents a few of her favorite salads.
Sunday, April 20
3pm • Jonathan Miller • Laws & Loves
Laws & Loves contains the real stories of the Rattlesnake Lawyer. Jonathan Miller is a practicing criminal defense attorney in New Mexico and the author of eight books. These are the chronicles of his early years, how he learned to balance the law with literature, all while looking for love in all the wrong courtrooms.
Tuesday, April 22
7pm • David Caffey • Chasing the Santa Fe Ring
The Santa Fe Ring has never really been described before and to this day it remains a kind of black hole in NM's territorial history.
Wednesday, April 23
World Book Night •
Bookworks had 48 givers sign up to distribute books throughout Albuquerque! Thank you and join us for a reception at our store for youApril 24.
5:30pm • David Wrobel • Global West, American Frontier
Travel, empire and exceptionalism from Manifest Destiny to the Great Depression. This thoughtful examination of a century of travel writing about the American West overturns a variety of popular and academic stereotypes.
7pm • Slim Randles • Saddle Up: A Cowboy Guide to Writing
Straight forward steps to successful writing techniques to capture the memories and stories that fill our lives.
Thursday, April 24
7pm • World Book Night Reception •
All givers are invited to attend to share WBN giving experiences, some snacks, and special entertainment to be announced.
Friday, April 25
7pm • Marjane Ambler • Yellowstone Has Teeth
Written with grace and intimacy, Yellowstone Has Teeth shares the untold stories of the men and women who live and work in Yellowstone National Park and are forever changed by their experiences.
Saturday, April 26
3pm • Rachel Ballentine • Recipoetry of a Kitchen Mystic: A Cookbook Scrapbook
Originally a handmade book of collages of vintage handwritten recipes, original poetry about food and cooking, original recipes, and collages of images of women. It looks like a book you might have inherited from your great-grandmother.