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Milwaukee attorney Michael Bowen discusses his latest political thriller at the Whitefish Bay Public Library on Nov. 18. Read more

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Fiction writer and journalist Jaquira Díaz will discuss her memoir of growing up in housing projects in Puerto Rico and Miami Beach at Boswell Book Co. on Nov. 19. Read more

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Award-winning novelist Goldie Goldbloom discusses her latest with Marquette University English professor CJ Hribal at Boswell Book Co. on Nov. 11. Read more

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Poets Trisha Low and Stephanie Young are collaborating with filmmaker Zachary Epcar for a reading and screening event at Woodland Pattern on November 1. Read more

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Local authors Krista Eastman and J Tyler Friedman come to Boswell Book Co. on Oct. 29. Read more

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NPR tech correspondent Aarti Namdev Shahani will discuss her family history as immigrants at Milwaukee Public Library’s Centennial Hall on Oct. 13. Read more

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Joe Hill is coming to Boswell Book Co. to discuss his new short story collection, ‘Full Throttle.’ Read more

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Award-winning foreign correspondent and author Atia Abawi comes to Boswell Book Co. on Sept. 26 to discuss her novel, A Land of Permanent Goodbyes. Read more

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Milwaukee author Daniel Holland comes to Boswell Book Co. on Sept. 25 to discuss his memoir, Death Wins All Wars: Resisting the Draft in the 1960s. Read more

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National Book Award-winning author Jacqueline Woodson will be in conversation with Milwaukee writer and performer Dasha Kelly Hamilton to discuss her new novel on Sept. 23 at Boswell Book Co. Read more

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Award-winning author Kathleen Ernst comes to Oconomowoc’s Books & Company on Sept. 17 to discuss her latest book in the Chloe Ellefson mystery series. Read more

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Susan Welch comes to Boswell Book Co. on Sept. 5 to discuss her debut novel. Read more

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Mark L. Hineline, author of Ground Truth: A Guide to Tracking Climate Change at Home, will appear at the Urban Ecology Center at Riverside Park on Tuesday Aug. 20. Read more

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Howard Reich, author of The Art of Inventing Hope: Intimate Conversations with Elie Wiesel, will speak at the Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center on Aug. 11. Read more

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Novelist Claire Lombardo comes to Boswell Book Co. and Books & Company in Oconomowoc. Read more

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Lee Zacharias will discuss her latest novel at Boswell Book Co. on July 30. Read more

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A rock-star lifestyle appears extraordinarily glamorous, and in the 1960s and ’70s, nothing was more so than the high-flying life of sex, drugs and rock and roll found in the L.A. music scene. Read more

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Award-winning photojournalist Mark Hertzberg will discuss his latest book, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Penwern: A Summer Estate, at the Milwaukee Public Library Central Branch on July 9. Read more

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Events that help keep kids reading during the summer break. Read more

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Wauwatosa native Cornelius Geary will read from his new book, All Heart: The Baseball Life of Frank Torre, at the Wauwatosa Public Library on June 20. Read more

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Jason Reynold’s new middle-grade book Patina, the second volume in his Track series, is an entertaining story of four unlikely teammates, each with personal demons who are doing their best to outrun their teenage angst and anxiety. He will ... Read more

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A quartet of uniquely talented authors, writing in the styles of prose, poetry, and memoir, will visit Boswell Book Co. on Aug. 21 to share intimate human stories of both fact and fiction. Read more

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In his novel The Dark Net, Benjamin Percy transforms Portland, Ore. into a virtually ravaged society on the verge of imminent invasion by a violent horde of demons. Read more

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In 1976, the year Bianca Marais was born, the Soweto uprising in South Africa ended with the violent deaths of hundreds of black school children who were gunned down by police for protesting against,Books Read more

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In Studs Terkel: Politics, Culture, But Mostly Conversation, Alan Wieder has compiled over 100 interviews with people who knew Terkel in both his public and private lives. Wieder will appear at Woodland Pattern Book Center for a reading at ... Read more

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In a stunningly creative new book of poetry, Impersonations, Milwaukee poet Mark Zimmermann has used the lipogram style by limiting his prose to only the letters contained in the names of the historical and contemporary characters that are ... Read more

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Tracing Orson Welles’ roots from his Midwestern upbringing through his early successes, award-winning Milwaukee writer Patrick McGilligan’s Young Orson: The Years of Luck and Genius on the Path to Citizen Kane is a sweeping narrative, groun... Read more

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Milwaukee author and educator James K. Nelson traces the origins of modern education movements in Milwaukee in his new book Educating Milwaukee: How One City’s History of Segregation and Struggle Shaped Its Schools. He will speak at Boswell... Read more

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All American Boys is a powerful, timely new book by award-winning co-authors Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely that brings the recent news headlines surrounding police brutality and the incendiary issues of racial profiling into sharp focus.... Read more

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In their new book $2.00 a day: Living on Almost Nothing in America, Kathryn J. Edin and H. Luke Shaefer cite the connection between a sharp rise in poverty and the simultaneous decline in government public assistance between 1996-2011. Shae... Read more

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Novelist Richard Kadrey will discuss the latest installment in his paranormal Sandman Slim series, Killing Pretty, at Boswell Book Co. on Monday, Aug. 17. Read more

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Milwaukee author Lauren Fox’s new novel, Days of Awe, is a gripping and emotional narrative of one woman’s brave struggle to overcome tragedy. Fox will speak at Boswell Book Co. at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Read more

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Charlotte Nightingale, the central character in Pamela Ferderbar’s charming debut novel Feng Shui and Charlotte Nightingale, has serious shar chi (“poison luck”) in the realm of feng shui. Ferderbar will discuss her book Feng Shui and Ch... Read more

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The glamour and decadence of Elsie de Wolfe’s high-society lifestyle is beautifully captured in Charlie Scheips’ book Elsie de Wolfe’s Paris: Frivolity Before the Storm. Read more

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Philip DiMeo’s Binoculars: Masquerading as a Sighted Person is an inspirational firsthand account of one man’s emerging bravery and self-acceptance. Read more

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Wisconsin-born author Rebecca Rasmussen will return home this month as part of Mount Mary’s Writers on Writing Series. Read more

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The compelling stories of two disparate protagonists collide in Mark Wisniewski’s memorable new thriller Watch Me Go. The author will appear at Boswell Book Co. at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7. Read more

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A trio of hilarious sisters—Lady, Vee and Delph—star in Judith Claire Mitchell’s well-crafted new novel, A Reunion of Ghosts. She will perform a live reading at Boswell Book Co. on Wednesday, April 1. Read more

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Poet Margaret Rozga’s new collection, Justice Freedom Herbs, features descriptive narrative poems on topics ranging from the challenges one faces in nurturing a garden to the injustices our ancestors fought against during the civil rights m... Read more

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Boris Fishman’s novel, A Replacement Life is a fascinating exploration of the complicated issues of family loyalty and personal conscience. Read more

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