April Meet & Greet Set for Saturday the 20th, 2013

Our fourth Monthly Meet & Greet is on April 20th. Each month we will feature a book discussion and signing with 2 or 3 Texas writers with an emphasis on emerging talent and first books.

This month’s meeting features a haunting and poetic collection of ghost stories, a monograph of area life, and a medical thriller with metaphysical overtones.

Saturday April 20th, 2013
3:00-5:00 p.m.

Meet this month’s guests:

The Secret LifeThe Secret Life: Ghost Stories
by James Ulmer

An award nominated collection of haunting and poetic short stories, some of which are set in Galveston.

Treasures: Art + LifeTreasures: Art + Life
by Fischer Bessi

A monograph capturing life on the island and around the county, its scenes and pleasures, artisans and merchants, visitors and residents in color photography.

A Jealous GodA Jealous God
Dee Wilbur

A legal/medical thriller set locally. An investigation into some suspicious birth defect cases leads to a large chemical company and beyond.

Join us on Saturday and meet the authors!

Upcoming event dates:

May: Saturday the 11th
June: Saturday the 22nd
July: No event this month.

If you are a Texas writer and would like to participate, please contact Sharan Zwick at (409) 750-8200 or email at oleandercity@yahoo.com.

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2:00-4:00 p.m.

Galveston Wharf Stories
By Alvin L. Sallee

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