Meet Marie Howe
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2405 Us Highway 70 SE, Hickory, NC 28602-8301
Hilton Head Island
Howe is an acclaimed poet and teacher and author of The Kingdom of Ordinary Time What the Living Do and The Good Thief. Meet Howe at LRU's Belk Centrum. Event is free and open to the public.
The Grinch just can't have it all! The story of How the Grinch Stole Christmas comes to life with local radio personality Hall Rowe for this classic Christmas tale! All ages welcome!
Move over, Rudolph, there's another reindeer in town! Hal Rowe, local radio personality, shares the exciting and fun story of Olive, the Other Reindeer!
Two time winner of the North Carolina YA Book Award Allan Wolf is an author and performance poet living in Asheville, NC. Allan spent 15 years as the educational director of Poetry Alive! Books will be available at the event.
Come visit Barnes & Noble Hickory to have your books signed by author Katherine Howe. She is a novelist from England and upstate New York. Katherine is a descendant from the original accused Salem witches of the 1600s.
Joyce Hostetter will be at LRU for children for all ages. This Little Read presentation is a community-wide reading initiative of LR's Visiting Writers Series. Some of her books include Blue, Comfort and more. Books will be available at the event.
Beth Macy will be signing her book Factory Man at the Hickory Library. She has won more than a dozen national journalism awards, including a Nieman Fellowship for Journalism at Harvard University in 2010. Books will be available at the event.
The Catawba Valley Community College Humanities Department and the Office of Multicultural Affairs is presenting Sonia Nazario signing her book Enrique's Journey. Books will be available for purchase at the event located at CVCC.
She's a progressive pastor to stand-up comic. Nadia Bolz-Weber is the founding pastor of House for All Sinners & Saints in Denver, Colorado. She is author of Salvation on the Small Screen and the New York Times bestselling theological memoir, Pastrix.
Susan is a native to the foothills of NC. Her short fiction was shortlisted for Best American Non-Required Reading 2008 and Best American Short Stories 2010. Her book, Goliath, is a careful, contemplative study of the rhythms of collective grief.