This Week at Bookworks Includes Elizabeth Cohen, Ellen Dornan and More
This week at Bookworks includes Elizabeth Cohen with her book, The Hypothetical Girl, Ellen Dornan with her book, Wicked Tacos, and more. There is also the Bookworks Book Club on June 11th. Look below for all the events, and visit bkwrks.com/event for more information.
Friday, June 6
7pm • Elizabeth Cohen • The Hypothetical Girl
The Hypothetical Girl captures all the mystery, misery, and magic of the eternal search for human connection.
Saturday, June 7
3pm • Gene Peach • Santa Fe
The pulse of Santa Fe, bursting with colour and creativity, is depicted in this photographic homage to the City Different.
Sunday, June 8
3pm • Ellen Dornan • Wicked Taos
The people of Taos have always displayed a feisty--if not downright insurgent--spirit. Join author Ellen Dornan as she delves into the wicked history of Taos, NM.
Monday, June 9
7pm • Cherrymae Golston • Fiber Artist & Poet Visits Bookworks
Gathering inspiration from history and everyday struggles and joys, fiber artist and poet Cherrymae Golston will read poetry and have art quilts on display for this visual and aural art event. Cherrymae is a Bookworks neighbor.
Thursday, June 12
7pm • Justin Thompson • The Palace Flophouse
Songwriter showcase with Justin Thompson.
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.
Saturday, June 7
10:30am • Chile Story Time
Plant, Read, Grow! Join us for stories about green chiles as part of our new mini summer reading program that begins with How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo Anaya. We will be distributing chile seeds for families to take home and a growth chart where we can keep track of our plants' growth and log the books we've read.
Thursday, June 12
10:30am • Story Time - Let's hear it for Dad!
Let's hear it for Dad! Join us for stories about fathers, whether they are bears, frogs, or people. We will also make a gift for dad and have a snack.
Wednesday, June 11
7pm • Bookworks Book Club
New members are most welcome. This month's selection is The Reader by Bernhard Schlink. Hailed for its coiled eroticism and the moral claims it makes upon the reader, this mesmerizing novel is a story of love and secrets, horror and compassion, unfolding against the haunted landscape of postwar Germany.
Tuesday, July 1
7pm • Kate Payne • The Hip Girl's Guide to the Kitchen
The author of The Hip Girl's Guide to the Kitchen shows you how to love your kitchen and learn to make creative, delicious food without breaking your budget. You can become a confident cook--even if the drawer with the take-out menus is the only part of your kitchen you currently use. Payne shows you how to master basic cooking techniques--boiling, baking, and sauteing--and simplifies the process of fancy ones, like jamming and preserving, dehydrating, braising, roasting, infusing, and pickling. With this straightforward and fun guide, you can stock up your kitchen with the ingredients, tools, and appliances you'll actually use. You'll also learn how to decode recipes and alter them to make them gluten-free, dairy-free, or vegan.
Sunday, July 6
3pm • Sarah Stark • Out There
Jefferson Long Soldier, a young Army veteran of Native descent returns home safely from Iraq, and is convinced that the novel he carried with him over the ocean and across the desert (One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez) saved his life. Reuniting with his family after almost four years away, Jefferson attempts to reclaim his peaceful life in Santa Fe, New Mexico. But when the heart-breaking memories of war will not be quelled, Jefferson travels south across the border to Mexico on a borrowed motorcycle to find his hero, the great writer behind the magic of the life-saving classic novel. Humorous, redemptive and awash in magical realism, Out There exalts the process of healing, the power of literature and the very real possibility of hope and love emerging amidst tragedy.
Sunday, July 20
3pm • Betsy Chasse • Tipping Sacred Cows
Wife, mother, and award-winning producer of the sleeper hit What the Bleep Do We Know!? Betsy Chasse thought she had it all figured out...until she realized she didn't. She didn't know anything about happiness, love, spirituality, or herself...nothing, nada, zilch.