Post Scripts

*SAT, SEPT 9: BookPeople presents Susan Bright, who will read from her new book, House of the Mother, 2pm. Bright is a three-time winner of the Austin Book Award...

*SUN, SEPT 10: Hudson Talbott, author of King Arthur and the Round Table, will be at Toad Hall Children's Bookstore for a booksigning, 1:30-3pm... Singer-songwriter, humorist, and author Kinky Friedman will appear at BookPeople, singing, reading, and also signing his latest novel, God Bless John Wayne, 2pm... Novelist Sharyn McCrumb is celebrating the release of She Walks These Hills in paperback at Adventures in Space and Crime, 2-4pm... From 3-5pm at Mysteries & More, it's the mystery buffs delight as the bookstore presents several popular writers for booksignings. Included are Nancy Pickard, author of the award-winning Jenny Cain series, who will sign her latest release, Twilight. Janet Evanovich will celebrate the paperback release of her award-winning One for the Money. Deborah Crombie will be on hand to sign the latest in her award-nominated series, Leave the Grave Green, and Thomas Lipinski will sign his highly acclaimed mystery, The Fall Down Artist, a nominee for the Shamus award.

* WED, SEPT 13: It's Cafezino's Do the Write Thing poetry open mike, 7:30pm.

* THU, SEPT 14: BookPeople presents a special reading of Atoms, Bombs and Eskimo Kisses: A Memoir of Father and Son. Neither biography nor autobiography, it is the story of Emilio and Claudio Segré, who worked on the Los Alamos project. Claudio's wife and son will read from the book, 7pm...

- 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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