Writers’ Lunch End of Year Celebration & Book Bazaar | Mechanics' Institute

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Writers’ Lunch End of Year Celebration & Book Bazaar
with the MI Independent Publishers Working Group and the National Writers Union

Join the MI writing community for a celebration honoring the Indie Publishers Working Group's recent publishing endeavors and new books from the National Writers Union! Buy books for the local literature lover in your life and enjoy the last Writers’ Lunch of the year! Look forward to book presentations and the sharing of publication journeys, roadblocks to avoid, and advice on the process while enjoying holiday treats.

Books on display will include:

  • Lynn Dow: Nightingale Tales: Stories From My Life as a Nurse
  • Patricia Dusenbury: A House of Her Own
  • Jackson Fahnestock: Shu Wei's Revenge: A Young Man's Journey into the Depths of the Underworld
  • Jon Foyt: The Gilded Chateau
  • George Matiasz: 1% Free
  • C J Verburg: Another Number for the Road: A Cory Goodwin Mystery
  • Leigh Verrill-Rhys: Pavane for Miss Marcher
  • Robert C. Yeager: The Romanov Stone
  • Brigid O’farrell: She Was One of Us; Eleanor Roosevelt and the American Worker
  • Monice Mitchell Simms: Address House of Corrections
  • Gevin Corley: Sixteen Tons
  • Helena Worthen: What Did you Learn at Work Today?
  • Alan Lessik: The Troubleseeker
  • Harvey Schwartz:Building the Golden Gate Bridge: A workers Oral History; Solidarity Stories: An Oral History of the ILWU
  • Fred Glass: From Mission to Microchip:A History of the California Labor Movement
  • Anne Berlak: Joelito’s Big Decision/La Gran Decision De Joelito
  • Lyzette Wanzer: Chalk Circle- Intercultural Prize Winning Essays
  • Bruce Hartford: The Selma Voting Rights Struggle and March to Mongomery
  • September Williams: Chasing Mercury: A novel
  • Stan Marin: New York Hustle
  • Elizabeth R Gottlieb (Forward by Danny Glover): We Are One 

Activities

Admission: 
Members & Public Free
Location: 
4th Floor Meeting Room
Questions?
Taryn Edwards - 415-393-0103

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