Unless otherwise indicated, event is a reading and/or book signing. Call the location for details. To list your event in the calendar, contact Lindsey Millar at “Books,” Arkansas Times, P.O. Box 34010, Little Rock, AR 72203 or by phone (501) 375-2985, fax (501) 375-3623 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 David Pryor (“A Pryor Commitment”), 1:15, Doc Bryan Student Services Building Lecture Hall, Arkansas Tech University, Russellville. 9 David Pryor (“A Pryor Commitment”), 11 a.m., South Arkansas Arts Center, El Dorado. 15 Robin Preiss Glasser (“Fancy Nancy”), 4 p.m., TBIB. 16 Mary Engelbreit (“Nursery Tales”), 7 p.m., TBIB. 16 Paul Lake (“Cry Wolf: A Political Fable”), 7:30 p.m., TBMP. 17-19 The Frank Stanford Literary. Fayetteville Festival Public Library and other venues. typomag.com/frankstanfordfestival. 24-26 “The Woman in You: Using Literacy to Take Charge and Recharge Our Lives,” featuring Evelyn Palfrey and LaConnie Taylor-Jones. Pyramid Art Books and Custom Framing, 500 President Clinton. pyramidartandbooks.wordpress.com. 28 Cookies Book group discusses “The Thirteenth Tale” by Diane Setterfield, 7 p.m., TBIB. 28 Michael Connelly (“Brass Verdict”), 8 p.m., TBIB. 30 George Hamilton (“Don't Mind If I Do”), 1 p.m., TBIB.
AREA BOOKSTORES AND LIBRARIES:
BAM: BOOKS-A-MILLION, 2747 LAKEWOOD VILLAGE DRIVE, NLR, 771-7581
BN-LR: BARNES & NOBLE-CHENAL, 11500 FINANCIAL CENTRE PARKWAY, 954-7648
BN-NLR: BARNES & NOBLE-NORTH LITTLE ROCK, 4000 E. MCCAIN BLVD., 771-1124
ML: MAIN LIBRARY, 100 ROCK ST., 918-3000
PA: PYRAMID ART, BOOKS AND CUSTOM FRAMING, MUSEUM CENTER, 500 PRESIDENT CLINTON AVE., SUITE 110, 372-5824
RMBG: RIVER MARKET BOOKS AND GIFTS, COX CREATIVE CENTER, 120 COMMERCE ST., 918-3093
TBMP: THAT BOOKSTORE AT MOUNTEBANQ PLACE, 1107 OAK ST., CONWAY, 888-287-7791
TBIB: THAT BOOKSTORE IN BLYTHEVILLE, 316 W. MAIN ST., BLYTHEVILLE, 870-763-3333
WW: WORDSWORTH BOOKS & CO., 5920 R ST., 663-9198
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