This Week at Bookworks Includes T.J. Trout, Denise Low and More

This Week at Bookworks Includes T.J. Trout, Denise Low and More

This week at Bookworks includes radio legend TJ Trout, Denise Low and more. There are also many events for kids like Story Time - Let's hear it for Dad! and American Girl Book Club with special guest from Santa Domingo Pueblo. For more information visit

Friday, June 13
7pm • T.J. Trout • Fishing With My Fly Down
Radio legend TJ Trout, who has fished all over NM and the US, entertains us with fishing stories and advice.

Saturday, June 14
3pm • Denise Low • Melange Block
Poetry. Native American Studies. Denise Low's Melange Block maps a vivid landscape of Native Americans and settlers.

Sunday, June 15
3pm • Dave DeWitt • Precious Cargo
A fascinating story of how western hemisphere foods conquered the globe & saved it from mass starvation, but culinarily as well. Focusing on American foods Dewitt describes how these foreign and often suspect temptations were transported around the world.

Monday, June 16
7pm • Ariel Gore • The End of Eve
At the age of 39, Gore has everything she's always wanted: a successful writing career, a long-term partnership, a beautiful home, a daughter in college and a son in preschool. But life's happy ending don't always last.

Tuesday, June 17
7pm • Andres Armijo • Family History in the Rio Abajo
Written in the form of essays, biographies, transcribed oral histories and analysis of primary source documents, Family History in the Rio Abajoprovides context on how people lived and what they did during unique periods in New Mexico's history.

Wednesday, June 18
7pm • Cipriano Vigil • New Mexico Folk Music
This bilingual panoramic book presents the songs that are Vigil's life's work, spanning half a century of listening, playing, composing, and singing ritual, social, and dance music.

Thursday, June 19
7pm • Albuquerque Poets present • Lowriting
The Albuquerque presentation of Lowriting will includes readings from Andrea Serrano, Richard Vargas, Manuel Gonzales, and Angelo Sandoval.

Saturday, June 21
2pm • Lynne Branard at the Cravin' Cookies Bakery
10241 4th NW • The Art of Arranging Flowers
A moving and eloquent novel about love, grief, renewal-and the powerful language of flowers. Ruby Jewell knows flowers. In her twenty years as a florist she has stood behind the counter at the Flower Shoppe with her faithful dog, putting together the perfect arrangement for any occasion.

Saturday, June 21
3pm • Jerry Redfern & Karen Coates • Eternal Harvest
The authors spent more than seven years traveling in Laos, talking to farmers, scrap-metal hunters, people who make and use tools from UXO, people who hunt for death beneath the earth and render it harmless.