June 9 (Thursday) 7 pm — Celebrate the publication of MIDNIGHT BOWLING with "reading, beers, and open lanes" at Village Lanes (330 N Hardee St, Durham) -- Midnight Bowling is Carolina Wren Press' 2016 release, "set against the backdrop of the Galaxy Bowling Lanes in Sandusky, Ohio, in the 1970s and '80s– a time when working-class America, and its favorite sport, was rolling into decline."
June 11 (Saturday) 4 pm — The Cary Commons Barnes & Noble hosts Rysa Walker for her "Timebound" series, as part of the B&N Teen BookFest; other local B&N stores are hosting additional local authors, so check your local B&N event listings!
July 24 (Sunday) 6 pm — 11th annual "Can't Stop the Serenity" charity screening of the Firefly film Serenity.
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Monthly Archives: August 2010
The flyers seem to be a fairly popular little thing, so here is the September 2010 Local Events/News flyer. It is a PDF file which you may and probably should print out a bunch of times and put everywhere. Inside: … Continue reading
For most of us around the Raleigh-Durham area, luckily that answer doesn’t fully apply when talking about McIntyre’s Books. Fearrington Village is about halfway from Chapel Hill to Pittsboro along US 15-501, which is far, but maybe not too far … Continue reading
Folks may get the idea that I need to get help. Well, I have. Alex Granados is coming on as associate editor. He’ll be doing some fiction editing, handling the rewrite process, copy editing, and, when I get things sorted … Continue reading
So. It should be the biggest and best day of the convention, and there’s a few last-minute things to mention. (Did I mention that I rhyme some of the time?) First, there’s another scheduled guest appearance at the Bull Spec … Continue reading
I already mentioned that David Halperin is stopping by; if you missed him today there’s still Friday (11a-1p, 2-3p) and Saturday (2-4p) to chat about Journal of a UFO Investigator. Well, though I still don’t know when a few other folks will … Continue reading
So: if a panel of John Kessel, Natania Barron, Gwendolyn Clare, and Paul Celmer can’t tempt you to come out to the Bull Spec #2 launch party at Quail Ridge Books tonight, maybe these will. Mrs. Bull Spec has once … Continue reading
First, some upcoming things which didn’t make Issue #2’s “Happenings” which I’ve recently learned about: I had local author John Claude Bemis‘ The Wolf Tree in Happenings, but not the book’s launch party at Purple Crow Books in Hillsborough on August … Continue reading
There’s a new new flyer to post around if folks are up for it. Just two days until the issue #2 party at Quail Ridge Books on Wednesday and there’s a few places I haven’t been able to get to:Raleigh: NCSU campus … Continue reading