Post Scripts

*SAT, JUL 22: Mary Willis Walker will be at Adventures in Crime and Space for the paperback release of her Edgar Award-winning Red Scream. Also appearing is Billie Sue Mosiman, author of Widow. The writers will be there from 2-4pm... Michael C. Burton, author of Eakin Press' John Henry Faulk: The Making of a Liberated Mind, will appear at BookPeople, 2-4pm... Beverly (Cats Are Better Than Men) Guhl and Beth (Could You Love Me Like My Dog?) Fowler team up with the Williamson County ASPCA for a booksigning/pet adoption party, 4pm. If you adopt a pet from the SPCA during that time, you get 10% off the authors' books...

*SUN, JUL 23: The Literary Stage at Texas Folklife Resources' 10th anniversary bash today at Laguna Gloria will feature readings from Dagoberto Gilb, Sarah Bird, Virginia Wood, Stephen Harrigan, Kay Turner, and Lucinda Hutson; festivities begin at noon... Mysteries & More, Inc., is celebrating its fifth birthday, 3-5pm, with confirmed appearances from writer Mary Willis Walker, Do Unto Others author Jeff Abbott, and Local Rules author Jay Brandon. Invited authors include Linda Amey (Dead of Night), Charles Meyers (The Saints of Go Mystery), Jan Grape, Susan Rogers Cooper, Barbara Burnett Smith, and Carolyn Banks...

*THU, JUL 27: Prize-winning poet/critic Mary Karr will read from her book The Liars' Club, 7:30-8:30pm. I'm currently reading this fascinating memoir of growing up in the oilfields around the East Texas/Louisiana border and can't put it down... - Margaret Moser "Post Scripts" is for author appearance and booksignings; deadline is two weeks before issue date. Mail to The Austin Chronicle, PO Box 49066, Austin,TX 78765; fax 458-6910.

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