The Ides of March Aren't ALL Bad!

I'm delighted to be speaking and signing books this coming Saturday, March 15 - oh, those Ides! - at the Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts Bookfaire at Whittier College. I hope you can join me!

Besides being, with the assassination of Caesar, the defining moment of the transition from the Roman Republic to the Empire, the Ides of March were celebrated in ancient days with the Feast of Anna Perenna, a celebration of wine, women…and wine and women. I can't promise you THAT sort of revelry, but there's sure to be laughter, joy, and perhaps even a ditty or two as seven of us authors regale you with riotous readings and tantalizing tales from the front lines of fiction and non-fiction. 

I've got all the information right here, so no excuses ~  shake a leg and shake your groove thing down to the campus, where Fleur might even share a little skip with you across the sunny quad. 

Meet the Authors & Bookfaire

The Friends of the Shannon Center Meet the Authors & Bookfaire
 March 15, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Cost: $60.00 with lunch (Deadline for lunch reservation is 3/1/14)
$40.00 No Lunch
$15 Students No Lunch
Authors scheduled to appear*
3/5/14 - Due to unforeseen circumstances, William Link will not be able to attend the event this year.
Keynote speakers Nicole Mones and Hector Tobar
Breakout speakers Katya Cengel  and Sharon Heath
Breakout speakers Edward Humes  and Attica Locke
Breakout speaker Mary de la Peña
Meet great authors, discuss books with other bibliophiles and enjoy lunch on stage. The Bookfaire is a fundraising event for the Friends of the Shannon Center, the official support group of the Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts. The proceeds are used to maintain the premises, fund outreach programs for the community and local schools, and support the performing arts at Whittier College.
Tickets now on sale!


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