Start: 7:00 pm
This event is now sold out.University of Denver, Sturm Hall: The Tattered Cover is partnering with the University of Denver to present the very funny author Dave Barry as part of their University College Enrichment Program’s winter session. The Pulitzer Prize winner will discuss and sign You Can Date Boys When You're Forty ($26.95 Putnam), the brilliantly funny exploration of the twin mysteries of parenthood and families.Tickets for this event are $35.00 per person and include a copy of You Can Date Boys When You're Forty. Registration is available now through the University College Enrichment Program website.
Start: 7:30 pm
Colfax Avenue: Local author Julene Bair is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and the Iowa Nonfiction Writing Program. Her essay collection, One Degree West, won several regional awards and was a finalist for the Mountains and Plains Booksellers Award. Bair will discuss and sign her new book The Ogallala Road: A Memoir of Love and Reckoning ($26.95 Viking). Visiting the territory mapped by Jane Smiley, Pam Houston, and Terry Tempest Williams, The Ogallala Road tells a tale of the West today and points us toward a new way to love both the land and one another. Can’t make it to the signing? Request an autographed copy here: firstname.lastname@example.org Julene Bair’s website
Start: 7:30 pm
Highlands Ranch: Bestselling author Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, a.k.a. the Yarn Harlot, will discuss and sign her new book The Amazing Thing About the Way It Goes: Stories of Tidiness, Self-Esteem and Other Things I Gave Up On ($14.99 Andrews McMeel). In this side-splitting series of short commentaries, Pearl-McPhee turns her trademark wit and perspective to everything from creative discipline to a way you would never think about fixing your e-mail situation. Free numbered tickets for a place in the booksigning line will be available at 6:30 pm. Seating for the presentation prior to the booksignig is limited, and available on a first-come, first-served basis to ticketed customers only. Can’t make it to the signing? Request an autographed copy here: email@example.com Stephanie Pearl-McPhee’s website