Come celebrate the launch of local author Kim Brooks' debut novel, The Houseguest.
A riveting novel about two women-one Serbian, one Bosnian-whose deep friendship spans decades and continents, war and peace, love and estrangement, in the vein of Elena Ferrante and Julia Alvarez.
In her debut essay collection, New Zealand native Toni Nealie examines journeys, homelands, family, and motherhood.
Don't miss our free reading and signing with Peggy Orenstein on Monday, April 4 at 7 p.m.* *Please Note: this FREE event will be held at
Please join us for a reading and Q&A with Katherine Don, author of Real Courage: The Story of Harper Lee
Examining the deeper cultural backstory to fundamentalist attacks on same-sex marriage, Confronting Religious Denial of
Join co-editors Michelle Duster and Trina Sotira along with several contributors for a reading of Shifts: An Anthology of Women's Growth Through Change.
Join us for a conversation between Rob Roberge and Suzanne Scanlon about Roberge's intense new memoir about mental illnes
Lois Lane has been a constant presence in the world of superheroes for more than 75 years, a fearless reporter whose adventures are perpetually overshadowed by her co-star, Superman.
This event will feature superstar local authors Samantha Irby and Megan Stielstra.
We're delighted to celebrate the paperback release of Death Stalks Door County by one of our favorite local authors, Patricia Skalka!
Our changing world demands that all students become agile thinkers who can grow sturdy interpersonal and civic relationships.
Join us for a reading and signing with bestselling author Tracy Chevalier, as she discusses her new riveting drama of a pioneer family on the American frontier,
Join Lori and Libby for a conversation about mysteries, the craft of writing, and why they're thrilled when people tell them they couldn't get any sleep after reading their books.