Terry Griggs & Molly Peacock

Join Terry Griggs (The Discovery of Honey) and Molly Peacock (The Analyst) as they launch their books at Attic Books!
*Free Event
*Books for Sale

Book Signing with Jonathan Pinto

Get your Best of Windsor Cookbook signed by Jonathan Pinto!

Alexandra Oliver with A.M. Juster: Deft With A Dagger

Alexandra Oliver w/ A.M. Juster
Deft With A Dagger @ Newburyport Literary Festival

Saturday, April 29, 10:00 am
Central Congregational Church Social Hall

Carys Davies & Elise Levine

Join Carys Davies (Redemption of Galen Pike) & Elise Levine (Blue Field) at Upshur Books, May 18th.
*Free and open to the public

Elise Levine Discusses Blue Field

Elise Levine discusses Blue Field at 57th Street Books

About the book: When her friend Jane dies while exploring an underwater cave with her husband Rand, Marilyn takes up diving again, to honour—and outdo—her late friend. Marilyn drags Rand with her as she increasingly pushes herself far past her limits and skill level, endangering them both in their private underwater version of hell.
More than two decades after the release of her sensational, critically acclaimed collection “Driving Men Mad,” “Blue Field” marks Elise Levine’s much anticipated return to form.

About the author: Elise Levine is the author of the story collection Driving Men Mad and the novel Requests and Dedications. Her work has also appeared in “Blackbird,” “Ploughshares,” “The Journey Prize Anthology,” and “Best Canadian Stories.” Originally from Toronto, ON, she now lives in Baltimore, MD, and is Director of the MA in Creative Writing at Johns Hopkins University.

Terry Griggs, Diane Schoemperlen & Barbara Sibbald

Join us at A Novel Idea Bookstore with a great line-up of authors:

Terry Griggs (author of The Discovery of Honey)
Diane Schoemperlen (author of First Things First)
Barbara Sibbald (author of The Museum of Possibilities)

Elise Levine at the CityLit Festival

Join Elise Levine (author of Blue Field) as she speaks on the the CityLight Festival panel “Dangerous Places: How Setting Becomes a Character in Fiction”
April 29, Time TBD
University of Baltimore’s William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center
11 West Mt Royal Ave., Baltimore, MD

Catherine Leroux at ImagiNation

Eleanor Wachtel at ImagiNation

Mark Kingwell Hometown Book Launch

Join Mark Kingwell at his hometown book launch of Fail Better: Why Baseball Matters at the Paddock Tavern.

Launch begins at 7pm.