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Barnes & Nobles is featuring “Cars and Trucks and Things That Go!” for their Hometown Hero Storytime.
Throughout her travels from Zimbabwe to San Antonio, Valerie Massey Goree definitely has seen her fair share of racial prejudice. In Colors of Deceit, her latest novel, she tells an intriguing story with a frank treatment on the issue of multi-ethnic marriage and heritage in a wealthy south Texas family. Goree is an American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis Award winner. She has served as a missionary in Zimbabwe and worked in the public school system for many years focusing on students with special needs.
Cleina Villagarcia's roots are in the Rio Grande Valley, San Benitio, TX. She earned her B.A. in Sociology at Metropolitan State University of Denver and most recently a Master of Arts in Theology at Oblate School of Theology in 2012. She has lived in San Antonio, TX for the past thirteen years where she and her husband, Paul, find great pleasure in raising their four children, ages 12 to 9. Her first book of poetry Pulp was published in 2013. Her work has appeared in Texas Poetry Calendar, San Antonio Express-News, and various journals including Forge Journal, Acentos Review, and The Cafe Review.
Sam Snoek-Brown will be at Barnes & Nobles signing his brand new book “Hagridden.” The book is set during the final days of the Civil War.
In her most ambitious, moving, and provocative novel to date, "Above the East China Sea" tells the entangled stories of two teenaged girls. One American and one Okinawan, their lives are connected across seventy years by the shared experience of heartfelt loss, the strength of an ancient culture, and the redeeming power of family love.
Back to School story time will feature Peanut Butter & Cupcakes
Sister Elise Garcia, who attended the Global Rights of Nature conference in Ecuador in early 2014, will share report backs from the conference and insights into how the global rights of nature movement might inform local organizing in San Antonio and South Texas.
This open Mic Night is an open performance space for any to come, sign up, perform original or non original music, poetry, performance art, etc.
Jolene Navarro will be at Barnes & Nobles signing her brand new book, “Lone Star Hero.” Her previous book is titled “Lone Star Holiday.”
The Hidalgo Trust was originally conceived by a group of adventurers that became friends around the time of World War I. Only two came from wealthy families, yet all of them became wealthy through a combination of hard work, intelligence, and some luck. All of them had experienced or observed mans' inhumanity to man and were determined to make the world a better place to live. The Trust was designed to do three things: hide the memebers' wealth and preserve it for the benefit of their children, remove themselves from both the public eye and from the attention of criminals and the intelligence services of the nations, and to protect, educate, and train their children, who would be targeted by thier old foes and new enemies. In this installment of the Hidalgo Trust, Thomas Challenger Larsen, the owner of Sea Systems, a large underwater service company, foils an attempted kidnapping. As the Trust has an inherent dislike of notoriety, Thomas takes two of the captured kidnappers to his farm, where with the aid of his close friend, a retired game warden, and Tom's sister, a psychiatrist, they discover a possible plot to destroy oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico. Thier attempts to unravel the plot, along with the discovery of a second concurrent plot originating in South America to flood the American East Coast with contaminated drugs, causes a response by the combined members of the Hidalgo Trust.
This novel takes place after World War I. A group of adventurers turned friends conceived The Hidalgo Trust. All of them had experienced or observed mans’ inhumanity to man and were determined to make the world a better place to live.
Join us on a journey into Dr. Cathetine Musemeche's fascinating world. As a pediatric surgeon, she operates on the smallest of human beings, manipulates organs the size of walnuts, and uses sutures as thin as hairs to resolve matters of life or death. Small: Life and Death on the Front Lines of Pediatric Surgery takes readers into the realm of pediatric medicine, where children and newborns undergo surgery to resolve congenital defects or correct the damage caused by accidents and disease. This is a field guide to the state of the art and science of operating on the smallest human beings, and a very personal story about the maladies that afflict children, told by an exceptionally gifted surgeon and writer.
Come help launch internationally acclaimed author Naomi Nye's new book Turtle of Oman with two presentations by the author.
This delicate novel shines with gentle humor and explores themes of moving, family, nature, and immigration.
Join us on a journey into Dr. Kate Musemeche's fascinating world. As a pediatric surgeon, she operates on the smallest of human beings, manipulates organs the size of walnuts, and uses sutures as thin as hairs to resolve matters of life or death. 'Small' takes readers into the realm of pediatric medicine, where children and newborns undergo surgery to resolve congenital defects or correct the damage caused by accidents and disease. This is a field guide to the state of the art and science of operating on the smallest human beings, and a very personal story about the hurts and maladies that afflict them, told by an exceptionally gifted surgeon and writer.
Jeanne Meeks is a fiction author who has written Rim to Rim, Wolfpack: Mystery on Isle Royale and Eternally Yours, Robert. Her novels are intended to inspire young girls and older women to get out and enjoy nature.
Regional author Mollie Bickle Cardwell will be at Barnes & Noble to sign copies of her novel Return to Sandy Creek. This book is set in three different areas of Texas: the Hill Country, west Texas and the Gulf Coast.
The Voices de la Luna Poetry Group will meet in Barnes & Noble for a writing workshop. They will continue at 7:00 pm with featured readings. If you love poetry, stop by and enjoy.
Eleanor Bravo, the Southwest organizer for Food and Water Watch, will share her insights from working with communities in Dallas and Los Angeles to ban or restrict fracking. Following this plática, we will screen the documentary “Rooted Lands/Tierras Arraigadas,” which focuses on a New Mexico county of Hispanos that has become the first in the US to ban fracking.
Written by J.R. Helton, "The Jugheads" follows the Steward family on a rollercoaster ride through America's dark side, encompassing urban grit, suburban sprawl, and unspoiled country. Dragged around by his physically and emotionally hectoring father, Jake and the rest of his family must find a way to live in the shadows cast by their own American gothic.
Carolyn Osborn will be reading from her recently published novel Where We Are Now, a collection of stories about family.
The San Antonio Public Library has joined with the San Antonio Public Library Foundation and the Holocaust Museum of San Antonio to tell the stories of the victims of the Holocaust, including those who were not Jewish, beginning in April and continuing throughout the month of May. For information about digital exhibits, videos and testimonials from survivors, visit learnandremember.org or mysapl.org. Ana Rado Thur., May 8, 6:00PM at Parman, Rose Williams Mon., May 12, 6PM at Igo, and Susanne Jalnos Thur., May 15, 6PM at Mission.
Be mezmorized by the sounds from the Sun's Poet Society
Get punched in the face with the words of a righteous poet at the Blah Blah Blah Poetry Spot. The scandelous J. Alejandro hosts as authors recite thier proudest works.
The sophisticated and soulful 2nd Verse bursts with beautiful spoken word poetry every second Friday of the month. Hosted by Glo and Vocab, 2nd verse is open to all levels of creativity
Soothed by the soft sounds of jazz, you can't help to love Luna
San Antonio's Youth Poetry Organization, Fresh Ink, is back with monthly poetry slams and open mics. Get there early for the poetry workshop!
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If you grow tired of getting all your chuckles from people who look, think and act just like you and your group of friends, Tanyalee Davis might have the laughs you’re looking for. Standing 3-foot-6, Davis’ perspective is necessarily different from most, but the common threads of human experience and her gifts as a storyteller make her endlessly relatable, and the joy in her enormously confident, sex-positive act is infectious and life-affirming. Promoting empathy through dirty jokes? There oughta be a prize for that.
Not unlike Contemporary Art Month in March, Fotoseptiembre often arrives early and stays late. Typically brimming with everything from traditional landscapes and still lifes to elaborately staged scenarios and racy pictorials, the South Texas-based festival of photography opens its 2014 chapter on a colorful yet meditative note by pairing scuba-diving lensmen Robert Michaelson and Jim Sparkman in the duo show “The Silent World.” Promising a visual journey to “the depths of the ocean,” the exhibition gets up close and personal with a number of aquatic beasties including a baby turtle, a “peacock flounder,” an anemone and a sci-fi-worthy marine mollusk called a nudibranch.
Pushing boundaries for 29 years, Jump-Start Performance Co. is an SA institution rooted in experimentation and collaboration. A former fixture in the Blue Star Arts Complex, the performance art troupe unveils a mysterious new production this week in its new Beacon Hill space. Directed by Marisela Barrera and developed through “a rehearsal process of performance experiments, improvisation and story-sharing,” Oscuridad plays out during the final hours of a doomed cantina frequented by shadowy characters La Lechuza, Fantasma, El Señor, the Handless Maid and La Muerte.
Moderator Fred Williams and expert panelists Ada Babino (independent filmmaker), Kymberly Keeton (writer and art librarian), Carol Adam-Means (mass communications professor), Margaret Richardson (adjunct professor) and Antoinette Winstead (drama and mass communications professor) come together to explore the portrayal of the African-American woman in literature and media from years past to today.
With an outlaw country sound that incorporates elements of Southern rock, blues, psych-rock, and even industrial music, Shooter Jennings, the son of country music legend Waylon Jennings, has showcased his own chops as a songwriter and a musician ever since his 2005 debut with Put the “O” Back in Country. His stop at Sam’s Burger Joint this weekend finds him still supporting the hit-and-miss concept album Heirophant: The Magic and the highly experimental George Jones tribute EP Don’t Wait Up, even as he prepares for the release of his Countach EP, due out later this year.
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