Celebrate the publication of great weather for MEDIA’s latest anthology, The Other Side of Violet, with contributors and special gusts Sossity Chiricuzio, Brad Garber, Christopher Lunda, and Dan Raphael, hosted by the editor, Jane Ormerod.
The Other Side of Violet is an exhilarating collection of contemporary poetry and short fiction by established and emerging writers from across the United States and beyond. The anthology also contains interviews with Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Paul Harding and award-winning poet and novelist Tim Z. Hernandez.
Submissions for the next anthology run from October 15, 2017 to January 15, 2018. This is a terrific opportunity to meet friendly indie press editors looking for new voices.
Join us in celebrating the launch of The Grasping Root, book two in the Remnants series by Margaret Pinard! The series, set in 19th century Scotland, follows the McLean family through war, peace, and the uncertainty of an industrialized future. The launch will include door prizes, gift cards, alcohol, and a smashing good time!
Get a cozy mystery just in time for winter! Join us in celebrating the launch of Cat Call, the fourth book in local author Mollie Hunt’s Crazy Cat Lady mystery series. There will be a reading, Q&A, and book signing–plus cat-print cupcakes.
Join us in celebrating the launch of C.M. Spivey’s new paranormal mystery, The Longing and the Lack. Food and drink will be provided, and there will be door prizes and Tarot readings.
Join us in celebrating the launch of Death and Love at the Old Summer Camp, a YA queer mystery by local author Dolores Maggiore. She’ll read, answer questions, and sign books. Plus, it’s a launch, so there will be bubbly!
Athena is releasing her long-awaited prequel to Murder of Crows and she’s launching it in our loft. We’ll celebrate the publication of Sinnet of Dragons with a reading, champagne, a Q&A, and a signing. This is a fantasy book we’ve been waiting ages for, come help us welcome it into the world!
Wanna see how a book can be both historical fiction and fantasy? Come learn a little and celebrate the launch of Ruth Tenzer Feldman’s Seven Stitches, published by the local Ooligan Press.
Can three very different girls join forces to fight a common foe bent on destroying their world? First, they must convince the last remaining wizards to come out of retirement.
The writing of this story by 3 women, starting years ago in college, is a journey in and of itself. Don’t miss this book launch, reading, and backstory to publication! Bubbly provided. Q&A following the reading.
Kelly Running’s second book in her series is out! We’ll launch Celtic Ties with a reading, Q&A, signing, and some champagne. Come and hear what Lizzy O’Malley is up to this time!
Caroline Miller’s new book (this is her 4th) is just out and we’re going to celebrate. Ballet Noir has death, intrigue, paranormal elements, and romance. In other words, a little of everything. And because it’s written by Caroline, it also has good writing, and probably humor. Bubbly provided.