(Prince Ave.) Avid's own bookseller/manager and author Caleb Zane Huett releases his debut novel, Top Elf.
A lecture will be presented by associate professor Wayde Brown, architect Joseph Smith and photographer Robin Hill.
Author Alex Lemon will discuss his latest book Feverland: A Memoir in Shards with Sabrina Orah Mark.
(Prince Ave.) Meet author Alan Gratz in celebration of his latest book, Ban This Book.
Matt Goren and Michael Gene Thomas, hosts of WUGA's radio show "Nothing Funny About Money," present a program on financial health.
Meet local author Larry Acquaviva for his book Nobody Cares Who You Are: The Life and Times of Aceman, a Widespread Panic Roadie, Book II: The Hitchhiking Odyssey. A reading by the the author and Andrea Acquaviva will be followed by live music by VG Minus and The Honey Sliders. See Story on p. 10.
Meet Kristen Iskandrian in celebration of her novel Motherest.
(Hargrett Library) Writers may bring pages of their work, any genre, for group feedback. Each meeting will highlight books from Hargrett's Collections.
(Wall of Books, Watkinsville) Retired professor of Ecology at UGA Dac Crossley celebrates his book, Escape from the Alamo.
Meet Georgia author, naturalist and activist Janisse Ray. A reception will follow a reading and talk.
(Prince Ave.) Local author Jordan A. Rothacker launches his latest book, My Shadow Book.
Georgia Common Cause provides a brief history of gerrymandering in Georgia, a discussion of current problems with our redistricting process, and a training session for citizens interested in pushing local redistricting reforms. Presented by Indivisible Georgia District 10 and the ACLU.
Meet local author Jeffrey J. Kilpatrick in celebration of his story collection Terrifying Tales of Athens, Vol. 1: Bloody Boulevard.
Author and Georgia Public Broadcasting host Celeste Headlee will talk about her new book We Need to Talk: How to Have Conversations that Matter.
Dr. Patrick Retterbrush explains "Sun Protection and Skin Cancers."
Local award-winning chef and restauranteur Hugh Acheson discusses and signs copies of his new cookbook, The Chef and the Slowcooker.