Weller Book Works Event Calendar - Salt Lake City


Weller Book Works Event Calendar

Sep 15–Oct 31, 2017, 7:00 pm

Author

Weller Book Works Event Calendar

Book Title

Various

City

Salt Lake City

Wasatch Front Region

Venue

Weller Book Works
607 Trolley Sq
Salt Lake City , UT 84102-2827
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Description

Our friends at Weller Book Works have been crucial to the Book Festival's success over the years. They have a very busy September and October and they'd like to invite all book lovers to check out their exciting lineup of events. Check their website for more info on each event: https://www.wellerbookworks.com/

Tuesdays, September 12, 19, & 26; October 5, 12, 19, & 26 at 9 am
Breakfast Club with Catherine Weller at Coffee Connection!. Have a cup of coffee and danish with Catherine Weller, who has all your early morning book news and gossip. Co-sponsored by Coffee Connection!

Monday, September 11, 8 PM
Weller Book Works Free Play Reading Series: Becky Shaw, by Gina Gionfriddo. Presented by Wasatch Theatre Company.

Wednesdays, September 13, 27; October 11, 25 at 6 PM
Lit Knit with Catherine the Knit Chick. Join Catherine the Knit Chick for crafts and conversation!

Sunday, September 24, 3 PM:
Wine Drinkers with Reading Problem Book Club. In partnership with We Olive, we present a different culinary-themed title for discussion over wine and small plates at We Olive Trolley Square! September's title is Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly, by Anthony Bourdain

Friday, September 29, 7 PM
George Constantz reads and signs ICE, FIRE, and NUTCRACKERS: A ROCKY MOUNTAIN ECOLOGY. Why do quaking aspens grow in prominent clumps rather than randomly scattered across the landscape? Why and how does a rufous hummingbird drop its metabolism to one-hundredth of its normal rate? Why do bull elk grow those enormous antlers?

Using his experience as a biologist and ecologist, George Constantz illuminates these and other remarkable slices of mountain life in plain and engaging language. His provocative accounts of birds, insects, rodents, predators, trees, and flowers are sure to stir the reader’s curiosity. Who wouldn’t be intrigued by a rattlesnake’s ability to hunt in total darkness by detecting the infrared radiation emitted by a mouse? Or the adaptations of white-tailed ptarmigan that allow them to thrive in their high, treeless alpine environments—even through the winter? The narratives, often brought home with a counterintuitive twist, invite readers to make new connections and broaden perspectives of a spectacular outdoor place.

Join us for a reading, followed by a signing. Part of the Utah Humanities Book Festival.


Friday, September 30, 6:30 PM
Collector's Book Salon. This salon will feature Madelyn Garrett, head of the Rare Books Division at the University of Utah J. Willard Marriott Library and organizer of the University’s Book Arts Program.

Friday, October 6, 7 PM
Virginia Webb, Wildcats, Wagons, Wives, and Wardens. Webb’s book gives the male perspective of living polygamy. Raised in the early 20th century in the hills and valleys around the Utah/Idaho border, Albert joins his father in leaving the LDS Church to live plural marriage, going to prison twice for choosing to do so.

Saturday, Oct. 7, 2 PM -
Laurie C. Tye, The Animal In Me, Too
Author Laurie Tye and award-winning wildlife photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen use animals with their unique behaviors and offer colorful and fun examples for children to learn more about themselves and the natural world around them. This is a great educational book teaching children about thoughts, feelings and emotions.

Saturday, October 7, 7 pm
Emily Clark, Art Triumphant. Art Triumphant is Emily Clark's first collection of poetry and features 25 poems covering wide-ranging topics such as: art, writing, love, life, philosophy, religion, history, and politics.

Tuesday, Oct. 10, 6:30 PM
Susan Kite, Power Stone of Alogol & Haunted Houses and Terrifying Tales
Susan Kite will be reading from and signing her books Power Stone of Alogol & Haunted Houses and Terrifying Tales.

Friday, Oct. 13, 7 PM:
Multi-author readings and signings: Tiffany Anderson and Kathleen Bradford.

Tiffany Anderson – Butternut to Bionic: A Resource Guide to Hip Replacement Surgery (non-fiction self help). If you or a loved one are facing hip replacement surgery, you may feel overwhelmed, unsure of what to expect, and have plenty of questions. Drawing on her 20 years of professional experience in the field of health, she has written this book from the patient’s perspective and shares guidance, support, and encouragement—preparing you to face the challenge of hip replacement surgery.
 
Kathleen Bradford – The Light Worker (fiction). Valeen Martin lives a quiet, isolated life. She left behind a painful past and all her secrets when she moved into the peaceful mountain town of Chestnut Cove. But the nightmares have started again, and the sensations have grown stronger and more frequent. Valeen calls on her only friend Laura for support, and they soon find themselves thrown into an unimaginable reality and unthinkable danger—bringing them face to face with the darker side of humanity: a man who thrives on mayhem and wants nothing more than to destroy this world's existence.

Genre

Fiction, Nonfiction, & Poetry

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