Sunday, December 30, 2018

2019 Bookstore Events

January 15, 5 PM - a publishing party and reading with Jane Brox for her new book "Silence - a social history of one of the least understood elements of our lives"
"Silence" navigates our relationship with silence today, and explores silence as an overlooked but essential force in our lives -

A two day celebration for the book "Victoria Falls" - the first novel by James Hornor. Jim is the co-owner of the Brunswick Inn, here in Brunswick, where the celebrations will take place:
Thursday, Jan. 17, 5-8 PM, an informal publishing party for the book, at the Brunswick Inn.
Friday, Jan. 18, 7 - midnight - The Leopard Girls Band play a live dance party to celebrate the book, at the Brunswick Inn.
Both events are free and open to the public.

Sunday, March 31 - a publishing party for Josephine Cameron's first novel "Maybe A Mermaid", at the Curtis Memorial Library, in Brunswick.
Maybe A Mermaid is " a summer romp full of mystery, new friends, and maybe a mermaid."

April 30, 7 PM, at Gulf of Maine Books. David Vermette reads from and discusses his new book "A Distinct Alien Race - The Untold Story of Franco-Americans - industrialization, immigration, religious strife"
The book uses Brunswick's textile mills and Franco-American population as the centerpiece for its story, telling us about the Franco-American move to Brunswick, the history of the Cabot Mill, the Verney Mill, the Ku Klux Klan in Brunswick, and more -

Other events coming up:
Pam Smith - celebrating her new book of poems "Near Stars" from Blackberry Books.
Elizabeth Tibbetts - celebrating her new book of poems from Deerbrook Editions.
Charlotte Agell, celebrating two new books : Maybe Tomorrow, from Scholastic Books, and Mud, Sand and Snow from Islandport.