Friday, July 31, 2009

Life Support: August Literary Events in Sacramento and Beyond

8th

Used Book Sale
Country Club Plaza Mall
2310 Watt Avenue
Sacramento, CA

Browse through more than 5000 used books, including mystery, thriller, romance, cookbooks, and children's literature. This recession-friendly fundraiser offers paperbacks for 50 cents, trade paperbacks for $1, and hardcovers for $2. On Sunday, fill a bag for $5.

12th

The Book Collector
1008 24th Street
Sacramento, CA

Joyce Odam has served as editor for various publications and has had her work featured in journals such as Bellingham Review, Seattle Review, and Rattle. She is the author of the chapbooks A Sense of Melancholy, and Caught Against the Years, as well as two new books to be released by Rattlesnake Press.

16th

Joyce Odam and Ann Menebroker
Time Tested Books
1114 21st Street
Sacramento, CA

Joyce Odam has served as editor for various publications and has had her work featured in journals such as Bellingham Review, Seattle Review, and Rattle. She is the author of the chapbooks A Sense of Melancholy, and Caught Against the Years, as well as two new books to be released by Rattlesnake Press.

Ann Menebroker is a well-known member of the Sacramento poetry scene. Her work has been published by many journals, and she was featured in the 2006 documentary, I Begin to Speak. Her most recent book, Tiny Teeth, The Wormwood Poems, is published by R.L. Crow Publications.

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