Post Scripts

* 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... Award-winning poet Li-Young Lee (The Winged Seed) will read at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, 4th floor auditorium 7:30pm...

* FRI, SEPT 15: Marc Brockman, author of How to Find an Expert, will be at Barnes & Noble for a seminar/booksigning, 7-9pm...

* SAT, SEPT 16: Attention, Texana fans! John Cypher, author of Bob Kleberg and the King Ranch, will appear at Barnes & Noble 4-6pm for a booksigning...

* WED, SEPT 20: Jan Brett, author of Armadillo Rodeo, will be at Toad Hall for a booksigning, 11am-1pm... Andrew Sullivan, editor of The New Republic and author of Virtually Normal, will be at Liberty Books, 6pm, for a reading and booksigning. At 7:30pm, Sullivan will then appear at the UT Texas Union, Chicano Culture Room... Author Joe R. Lansdale of Nacogdoches will appear at Adventures in Space & Crime bookstore, 7-9pm. Lansdale's latest novel is The Two-Bear Mambo and his last, Mucho Mojo, is now in paperback... Cafezino's Do The Write Thing series host Tim Bingham reading, 7:30pm. Open mike follows...

* THU, SEPT 21: Noted Texas author Stephen Harrigan will speak at a meeting of the Austin Writers' League at First Unitarian Church, 7pm. Harrigan is the author of Comanche Midnight and Aransas, and is currently at work on a novel about the Alamo... Award-winning photographer/essayist Laurence Parent will present a slide show and discussion from his latest book, Texas, 7:30pm at BookPeople...

- 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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