September Literary Events

September 4, 2007

Via
Patricia Dascoli’s
Connecticut Muse

4 at 7:00 James R. Benn signing copies of “The First Wave” at RJ Julia Booksellers, Madison

5 at 7:00 Amy Bloom signing copies of “Away” at RJ Julia Booksellers, Madison

6 at 7:00 M.J. Rose signing copies of “The Reincarnationist” at RJ Julia Booksellers, Madison

6 at 6:00 “Writing for the Regionals” a Connecticut Press Club Program at the Norwalk Inn, Norwalk – Dinner and Panel Discussion with editors from six regional magazines

7, 8 & 9 from 10:00 to 10:00 Books, Brushes, Jazz & Blues at the New
London Waterfront

10 at 7:00 Michael White signing copies of “Soul Catcher” at RJ Julia Booksellers, Madison

11 at 7:00 Patricia D’Ascoli at Just Words “Open Mic” Reading, Arcadia Coffee Co., Old Greenwich

18 at 2:00 Jan Mann presenting “Little Known Facts about Well-
Known Attractions” at The Regents Sr. Center, Elmwood

19 at 7:00 Carole Shmurak speaking at Christie Capers, Windsor
Locks Library, Windsor Locks

20 at 7:00 Stephen Carter signing copies of “New England White” at RJ Julia Booksellers, Madison

20 at 7:00 Patricia D’Ascoli will be leading a book discussion of “The Secret Life of Bees” at the Torrington Library, Torrington

23 at 2:00 Connecticut Book Awards, Hartford Public Library, Hartford

24 at 7:00 Wally Lamb signing copies of “I’ll Fly Away” at RJ Julia Booksellers, Madison

25 at 10:00 Judith Marks-White will discuss and sign her book “Seducing Harry” at the Darien Community Association, Darien

28 at 7:00 James R. Benn signing “The First Wave” at Mystic &Noank Library, Mystic

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