At Borders West
Madison pastor Alex Gee will discuss When God Lets You Down, and his sister, pastor Lilada Gee, will discuss I Can't Live Like This Anymore on Jan. 22.
Ayelet Waldman will read from Love and Other Impossible Pursuits on Jan. 31. Kevin Brockmeier will read from The Brief History of the Dead on Feb. 7.
Wisconsin author Kris Radish will read from her new novel The Sunday List of Dreams on Feb. 13.
And a triumvirate of literary Madisonians takes over the store on Valentine's Day. Harriet Brown, Jackie Mitchard and Raphael Kadushin will read from Mr. Wrong: Real Life Stories About the Men We Used to Love, edited by Harriet Brown. Other contributors to this anthology of original essays are Jane Smiley, Audrey Niffenegger, Ntozake Shange and Marge Piercy.
At A Room of One's Own
Michelle Sewell will discuss the poems, essays, and short stories in her Growing Up Girl: An Anthology of Voices From Marginalized Spaces on Dec. 8.
Faith Sullivan will read from her latest novel, Gardenias, a sequel to her nostalgic The Cape Ann, on Dec. 10.
At University Book Store-Hilldale
Lenore McComas Coberly will read from her latest, Sarah's Girls, Dec. 7. Mary Bergin will discuss her intriguing travel guide, Sidetracked in Wisconsin on Dec. 14. And photographer Zane Williams will sign and discuss his photo book of our beautiful town, Madison, on Dec. 16.
At Invest in Yourself
On Dec. 9, three Madison children's book authors will sign books and answer questions: Sharron Hubbard (Rosie's New Bike), Debi Kennedy (The Angry Monster Book) and Steve Kihm (The Lost Candy Bar).