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Madison-based journalist Dean Robbins will discuss his new book, The Astronaut Who Painted the Moon: The True Story of Alan Bean, at Boswell Book Co. on June 4. Read more

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Nora McInerny, host of the podcast “Terrible, Thanks for Asking,” comes to Boswell Book Company on May 23. Read more

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In 'milwaukee noir,' among the latest titles in Akashic Books’ Noir series, 14 writers who’ve lived here offer a sinister tour of Brew City’s radically diverse neighborhoods. Read more

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Labor activist and professor emeritus David Ranney will discuss his latest book, 'Living and Dying on the Factory Floor: From the Outside In and the Inside Out,' at Boswell Book Co. Read more

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After 15 years of marriage, a couple finds a new spark by becoming serial killers in Samantha Downing’s ‘My Lovely Wife.’ Read more

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Young adult author Stacey Lee returns with a new novel and a speaking event at Lynden Sculpture Garden on Saturday, April 6. Read more

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Seriously, what will it take to get drivers to stop for pedestrians at crosswalks? Read more

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Knowledgeable staff and a wide selection of titles has enabled Milwaukee’s bookseller to grow in the face of Amazon. Read more

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Milwaukee author Matthew J. Prigge will discuss his latest book, Damn the Old Tinderbox!: Milwaukee’s Palace of the West and the Fire that Defined an Era, at Boswell Book Co. on March 19. Read more

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Milwaukee-area native Andrea Bartz will discuss her debut novel, The Lost Night, on March 15 at Boswell Book Company. Read more

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Theater critic Chris Jones, author of Rise Up! Broadway and American Society from ‘Angels in America’ to ‘Hamilton,’ in conversation about theater history with Milwaukee Rep artistic director Mark Clements at Bowell Books on Feb. 25. Read more

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Michael W. Twitty, author of The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South, takes part in a panel discussion “Wisconsin Foodie’s” Kyle Cherek on Feb. 19 at UW-Milwaukee Golda Meir Library. Read more

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Milwaukee’s Outwords is one of the world’s top LGBTQ bookstores, standing out thanks to its sexuality-specific book clubs. Read more

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UW-Milwaukee English professor and best-selling novelist Liam Callanan celebrates the release of the paperback edition of Paris by the Book at the Elm Grove Public Library on Jan. 31. Read more

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Award-winning journalist Anna Clark will discuss her new book, The Poisoned City: Flint’s Water and the American Urban Tragedy, at Marquette University’s Weasler Auditorium on Jan. 23. Read more

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Milwaukee thriller writer Nick Petrie will discuss the latest entry in his Peter Ash series with WUWM “Lake Effect’s” Bonnie North at Boswell Book Co. on Jan. 14. Read more

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John Gurda, local historian and author of Milwaukee: A City Built on Water, will be at Boswell Book Co. on Dec. 15 to sign his new book. Read more

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Longtime Milwaukee broadcast journalist Mark Concannon will discuss Mettle & Honor: Wisconsin Stories From the Battlefield on Dec. 7 at Boswell Book Company. Read more

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Poet John Koethe celebrates the release of his new anthology, Walking Backwards: Poems 1966-2016, on Nov. 30 at Boswell Book Company. Read more

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Eugenia Kim will discuss her novel The Kinship of Secrets, a sweeping chronicle of a single family’s separation before, during and after the Korean War. Read more

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