Amulet series author and Milk Street author at Third Place Books - signing line with book purchase

Monday, October 15, 2018

Two big events at Third Place Books as enormously popular authors appear on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. If you want to have a signed copy of their work, you will need to purchase or pre-order the book.

Third Place Books is on the upper level of Town Center, intersection of Ballinger and Bothell Way.

Tuesday, October 16, 7pm
Kazu Kibuishi
Supernova (Amulet #8)

The final installment in the hugely popular, #1 New York Times bestselling Amulet series, which has been translated into 16 languages. Kazu is also the creator of Copper, a collection of his popular webcomic, and cover illustrator for the 15th anniversary paperback editions of the Harry Potter series. Presentation FREE; signing line tickets available with purchase of Supernova.

Wednesday, October 17, 7pm
Christopher Kimball
Milk Street Tuesday Nights

Located in downtown Boston, Milk Street is home to a cooking school, a bimonthly magazine, and public television and radio shows. Collected here are more than 200 simple weeknight dinners that deliver big weekend flavors in under an hour, with many that take only 25 minutes, from Christopher Kimball, one of Epicurious' 100 Greatest Home Cooks of All Time. Presentation FREE; signing line ticket with pre-order of Milk Street Tuesday Nights.

Thursday, October 18, 7pm
Ed Harkness
The Law of the Unforeseen (Pleasure Boat Studio)

Edward Harkness writes about family, history, family history, the natural world—its beauty, its degradation—the strange miracle of consciousness. Nothing is off the table. In fact, everything is on the table, including the kitchen sink. His poems move from the personal to the universal, to the quickened heart of shared emotion. 

Friday, October 19 at 6pm
Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum
What We Do With the Wreckage (University of Georgia Press) – LAUNCH EVENT

The stories in Lunstrum's new collection are about resilience in the face of adversity. Following losses big and small, environmental and familial, universal and personal, her characters learn to reconstruct themselves, their families, and their futures from the wreckage of their broken pasts. Snacks will be provided!


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