This Week at Bookworks Includes Jennifer Nielsen, Zachary Kluckman and More

This Week at Bookworks Includes Jennifer Nielsen, Zachary Kluckman and More

This week at Bookworks includes poetry, tarot readings, and more! Visit for more information.

Thursday, February 20
5pm • Jennifer Nielsen • The False Prince
The author of the Ascendance Trilogy visits Bookworks!

7pm • Bosque the Magazine Issue 3 Launch

Saturday, February 22
3pm • Lauren Camp • The Dailiness
Poems of precision paired with attention to all human senses.

Sunday, February 23
1pm • Jennifer Jacobson • 10-15 minute Tarot readings for $10

3pm • JM Mitchell • Public Trust
Intrigue that captures slime & inflexibility of politics today where nobody wins.

Tuesday, February 25

7pm • Zachary Kluckman • Some of It Is Muscle
Collection meant to be read from beginning to end. Poems of endurance, written with the conviction that "we survive."

Wednesday, February 26
7pm • Hosho McCreesh • A Deep & Gorgeous Thirst
Perfect poetic elegy to the illusions & delusions of alcohol.

Thursday, February 27
7pm • Gale O'Brien • Transformation: Creating an Exceptional Life in the Face of Cancer
Explore the passion for living residing within each of us.

Thursday, February 20
10:30am • Story Time! It is Love Our Pet Day!
Story time goes to the dogs and cats and goldfish! It is Love our Pet Day. Stories about pets, sock puppet crafting and refreshments (cherry pie). Bring a sock to made a puppet!

Saturday, February 22
10:30am • Thinking Story Time!
We take a cue from the Girl Scouts and take time to think, appreciate the Girl Scout traditional observance day, come up with ideas and reading stories and having refreshments.

Thursday, February 27
10:30am • Polar Bear Story Time!
Come read polar bear stories with Connie! Frozen snack? Maybe. Big fun, of course.

Wednesday, March 5
7pm • Moshin Hamid • How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia
Riveting tale of a man's journey from rags to riches.

Saturday, March 8

1pm • Marjorie Agosin • I Lived on Butterfly Hill
Based on many true events, this multicultural ode to the power of revolution, words & love is brave & graceful at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.

Sunday, March 9
3pm • TaraShea Nesbit • The Wives of Los Alamos
Light shed on one of the strangest and most monumental research projects in modern history.

Tuesday, March 25
7pm • Stephan Pastis • Pearls Fall Fast
Cartoonist Stephan Pastis vists with the latest in his New York Times best-selling series.

Friday, March 28
7pm • Craig Nelson • The Age of Radiance
Riveting narrative of the atomic age at The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History.

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