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Joseph Sneva

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Rita Baker

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Jeanette L. Miller

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Gloria Monaghan

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Marianne Song

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Carol LaHines

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Andrea Cladis

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Monica Timbal

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Alexander Günsberg

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William A. Holdsworth

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Judy Hogan

NEWS & EVENTS

ADELAIDE BOOKS at FRANKFURT BOOK FAIR from Oct.16 to Oct. 20

Mary Ann Presman – AUTHOR NIGHT AT BOOK CELLAR, July 17, 2019  7 pm.  
4736 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago IL 60625 www.bookcellarinc.com

ADELAIDE BOOKS PORTUGAL atLISBON BOOK FAIRfrom May 29 to June 16

Mary Ann Presman - Book Launch Party at WOMANSPACE, June 12, 2019 
5:30-7 pm 3333 Maria Linden Drive, Rockford IL  61114  http://www.womanspace-rockford.org 

David W. Berner, CONSEQUENCE OF STARS Book Launch at the ERNEST HEMINGWAY BIRTHPLACE HOME (Oak Park, IL) on June 8th

Alexander Günsberg, Tomer Klein, Susan Pollet, and John J. Casey Reading at the POETS HOUSE, New York, May 30 at 7PM

Jan Marin Tramontano and Judyth Emanuel Reading at STRAND, New York, May 29 at 7PM

ADELAIDE BOOKS at BOOK EXPO / BOOK CON from May 29 to June 2 / Booth 1140

ADELAIDE BOOKS NIGHT at KGB, New York, on May 28 featuring new books by Michael Washburn, David W. Berner,
Peter Gelfan, Toni Morgan, Alexander Günsberg, Matthew Bloom, David Moscovich, and Jan Tramontano

Michael Washburn and Peter Gelfan Reading at STRAND, New York, May 27 at 7PM

Mary Ann Presman  - Author reading at GALENA PUBLIC LIBRARY,  May 13, 2019
5-6:30 pm (rain date: May 15) 601 South Bench Street, Galena IL 61036 http://www.GalenaLibrary.org

Lewis J. Beilman III Reading at IVES MAIN BRANCH PUBLIC LIBRARY, New Haven, CT,  May 4

Lewis J. Beilman III featured in NEW HAVEN REGISTER Book Section

ON BEAUTY by Wally Swist featured in DAILY HAMPSHIRE GAZETTE

Our author Wally Swist is the winner of the EX OPHIDIA POETRY PRIZE for 2018

Jacob Paul Patchen - Author Talk/Reading about the publishing process at MUSKINGUM UNIVERSITY,  April 25

Mary Ann Presman  at SHAKE RAG ALLEY WRITERS RETREAT, April 26-28,
Panelist for “Pathways to Publishing” (4:30 pm Sat) and author reading, open to the public (7:30 pm Sat) 
18 Shake Rag Alley, Mineral Point WI  53565 http://shakeragalley.com

THE OPEN DOOR by Joram Piatigorsky Book Launch in WRITERS CENTER, Bethesda, MD, on April 13

Carol LaHines in conversation with Rick Moody at the ASTORIA BOOKSHOP, Astoria, Queens, on April 9.

Carol LaHines reading at the BOWERY POETRY CLUB in NYC as part of the Why There Are Words reading series, on April 7

An Evening with Adelaide Books at ENOCH PRATT free LIBRARY, Baltimore, MD. on April 4,
featuring Matthew Nino Azcuy and Heather Round

Jacob Paul Patchen Reading at GUERNSEY COUNTY CROSSROADS BRANCH LIBRARY,
Cambridge, OH, March 23

Jacob Paul Patchen speaking about writing as a profession at MEADOWBROOK HIGH SCHOOL,
Byesville, OH, March 22


 

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"My writing strives to capture what’s going on in our society right now, without being heavy-handed or on the nose. I try to use humor and even some satire to shine a light on some of the darker forces bubbling beneath the surface. I believe doing that is a fiction writer’s most important job."
MATTHEW BLOOM - author of the SALT OF THE NATION

"I would like to think that at its best, my writing unites certain timeless qualities of storytelling with highly contemporary subjects and themes, and it illustrates why fiction writers always have a place, why people will always need storytellers to help them forge a path through the dark." MICHAEL WASHBURN - author of the UPROOTED and WHEN WE'RE GROWNUPS

"I try to tell the historic or personal truth in an exciting and thrilling way." ALEXANDER GÜNSBERG - author of the MISCHA TUROW, JEWISH STORIES , THE EISENSTADT FILE, VEXIERE DANCE, and JEWISH LOVE STORIES
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"For me, the most telling review I ever received was one simple sentence: “A writer with an enormous sense of humanity.” I am proud of that. I hope I can always live up to it. Themes in my work? Fathers and sons. Family. Self-discovery." DAVID W. BERNER - author of THE CONSEQUENCE OF STARS

"People seem amazed by the fact a woman from my era has achieved mastery in so many areas but, of course, it was what I expect of myself. While it wasn’t my overall intent to fulfill all my dreams, I have done just that. The message to readers would be to go for it—whatever the “it” is." PAM MUNTER - author of AS ALONE AS I WANT TO BE

"I had a professor in grad school tell me that no matter what the subject of the poem I was writing might be, every poem I wrote was a love poem, and understanding that about my own work has freed me up to take a lot more chances." DARREN C. DEMAREE, author of
SO CLEARLY BEAUTIFUL


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