Post Scripts

* 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...

* FRI, SEPT 22: Joyce Maynard, whose last book-to-film is the hotly anticipated To Die For starring Nicole Kidman, will be at BookPeople, 7pm. Maynard will read from her latest novel, Where Love Goes... Dr. Robert and Marie Ripley appear at Barnes & Noble to sign their new book, Your Child's Ages and Stages, 7-8pm...

*SAT, SEPT 23: Noted writer Elizabeth Crook, author of Raven's Bride, will be at BookStop Central Park to celebrate the paperback release of her critically acclaimed novel, Promised Lands, 2-4pm. Promised Lands is an engrossing epic of two families during the Texas Revolution.

*TUE, SEPT 26: Myrna Millar and Heather Millar, authors of The Toxic Labyrinth: A Family's Successful Battle Against Environmental Illness, will appear at WaldenBooks on Melbourne Road, 6pm...

* WED, SEPT 27: William Fletcher's memoirs Rebel Private: Front and Rear - Memoirs of a Confederate Soldier, will be read by his great-grandaughter, Val Taylor, at BookPeople, 6pm. This book was cited by Margaret Mitchell as a resource for Gone with the Wind... Cafezino's Do The Write Thing series features a poetry open mike, 7:30pm... - 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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