READERS & WRITERS CALENDAR: FROM FEBRUARY 22, 2015

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Readers

February 22, 2015 (San Diego's East County) - February 22 (Sunday, 2:00 pm) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

Mysterious Galaxy, 5943 Balboa Avenue, Suite #100, San Diego.

February 22 (Sunday, 12:00 pm) — As part of our ongoing Weekend with Locals Program we will be hosting Tamara Johnson author of Not Far from Normal.

For more information regarding the event, please contact Warwick's Books | 7812 Girard Avenue | La Jolla, Ca | 92037 | Ph. (858) 454-0347 | http://www.warwicks.com |

February 23 (Monday, 7:30 pm) — Warwick's is hosting author Jerry Griswold to present his trailblazing historical account of American children's literature, Audacious Kids: The Classic American Children's Story. Jerry Griswold is professor emeritus of literature at San Diego State University and former director of the National Center for the Study of Children's Literature. He is the author of seven books, including Feeling Like a Kid: Childhood and Children's Literature.

Often called the Golden Age of Children's Books, the years stretching from the Civil War to World War I were a remarkable epoch in juvenile literature, an era when the best authors on both sides of the Atlantic wrote some of their finest work primarily for children. In Audacious Kids, Jerry Griswold provides a groundbreaking and lucid study of twelve of these classic American children's tales, including such time-honored stories as Little Women, Tom Sawyer, The Secret Garden, and The Wizard of Oz.

In this revised edition, which is aimed at students, scholars, and general readers, Griswold has updated the text throughout and added a new preface, introduction, and select bibliography.

For more information regarding the event, please contact Warwick's Books | 7812 Girard Avenue | La Jolla, Ca | 92037 | Ph. (858) 454-0347 | http://www.warwicks.com |

February 23 (Monday, 7:00 pm) — The Upstart Crow Book Club will meet to discuss the selected book of the month. The Smartest Kids In The World by Amanda Ripley. How do other countries create "smarter" kids? "TIME" magazine journalist Ripley follows three Americans teens embedded in foreign countries for one year. Through these young informants, Ripley meets battle-scarred reformers, sleep-deprived zombie students, and a teacher who earns $4 million a year.

Upstart Crow Bookstore and Coffeehouse, 835 W. Harbor Drive, Suite C, San Diego; (619) 232-4855; http://www.upstartcrowtrading.com.

February 24 (Tuesday, 7:30 pm) — Warwick's is hosting local author T. Greenwood to present her eloquent new book The Forever Bridge. T. Greenwood is the author of nine novels, including Two Rivers and The Hungry Season. She has received numerous grants for her writing, including a National Endowment for the Art Literature.

T. Greenwood’s novels, deftly combining lyrical prose with heartrending subject matter, have earned her acclaim as “a writer of subtle strength…finding light in the darkest of stories” (Publishers Weekly). In The Forever Bridge, she continues to prove such assessments with a transporting story that explores what comes in the calm before – and after – a storm.

One year ago, a family is driving across a covered bridge at night when an oncoming car without headlights runs them over the edge into the river. With horrible swiftness, Sylvie’s young son was gone and her husband was permanently paralyzed. Left with shattering blame and grief, Sylvia becomes a recluse in the woods. Her daughter Ruby, amid all the uncertainty in her life, becomes obsessed with bridges, drawing inspiration from the strength and purpose that underlies their grace.

For more information regarding the event, please contact Warwick's Books | 7812 Girard Avenue | La Jolla, Ca | 92037 | Ph. (858) 454-0347 | http://www.warwicks.com |

February 25 (Wednesday, 6:00 pm) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

Barnes & Noble, Santee, 9938 Mission Gorge Road, Santee. For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

February 26 (Thursday, 7:30 pm) — Warwick's is hosting former Marine infantry officer and war correspondent David Morris to present his important commentary on PTSD, The Evil Hours: A Biography of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, Slate, Daily Beast and Best American Nonrequired Reading. In 2008, he was awarded a creative writing fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. This event is free and open to the public.

In the tradition of The Emperor of All Maladies and The Noonday Demon, a moving, eye-opening exploration of PTSD Just as polio loomed over the 1950s, and AIDS stalked the 1980s and '90s, posttraumatic stress disorder haunts us in the early years of the twenty-first century. Over a decade into the United States' "global war on terror," PTSD afflicts as many as 30 percent of the conflict's veterans. But the disorder's reach extends far beyond the armed forces. In total, some twenty-seven million Americans are believed to be PTSD survivors. Yet to many of us, the disorder remains shrouded in mystery, secrecy, and shame.

Now, David J. Morris – a war correspondent, former Marine, and PTSD sufferer himself – has written the essential account of this illness. Through interviews with individuals living with PTSD, forays into the scientific, literary, and cultural history of the illness, and memoir, Morris crafts a moving work that will speak not only to those with the condition and to their loved ones, but also to all of us struggling to make sense of an anxious and uncertain time.

For more information regarding the event, please contact Warwick's Books | 7812 Girard Avenue | La Jolla, Ca | 92037 | Ph. (858) 454-0347 | http://www.warwicks.com |

February 26 (Thursday, 6:30 pm) — Authors Diana Loiewski and Dr. Tarane Sondoozi pesent and sign Healthy Relationships. Healthy Relationships is a workbook for teens and adults with Williams Syndrome, Asperger’s, Autism, ADHD, Intellectual Disabilities, Learning Disabilities and other human conditions that may present challenges in building relationships. Through activities, cartoons, and many scenarios the workbook teaches how to investigate and build friendships and relationships safely over periods of time. The workbook provides the reader with the skills for thoughtful and proactive steps necessary for healthy relationships.

Upstart Crow Bookstore and Coffeehouse, 835 W. Harbor Drive, Suite C, San Diego; (619) 232-4855; http://www.upstartcrowtrading.com.

February 26 (Thusday, 4:00 pm) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

Barns & Noble, Mira Mesan, 10775 Westview Parkway, San Diego. For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

February 26 (Thursday, 7:00 pm) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

Yellow Book Road, 2750 Historic Decatur Road, San Diego. For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

February 27 (Friday, 7:00 pm) — Author Susan LeBron presents and signs No Fig Leaves Allowed: Getting Emotionally Naked. Like many new relationships and marriages, they began as an open, free frolicking couple, then bit into "society's apple" of world based knowledge, or in today's language, the unrealistic expectations of what we "should" be, do, think, and want.

The readings and discoveries in the book were designed to help people become aware of their own vulnerabilities and inhibitions so they can better understand their own reactions and feelings about relationship challenges and those of people closest to them. It is an easy to read guide providing readers with simple, thought provoking activities to help them begin to understand what the "Fig Leaves" or "issues" are and how they may be keeping them from experiencing the intimacy they desire and deserve.

Upstart Crow Bookstore and Coffeehouse, 835 W. Harbor Drive, Suite C, San Diego; (619) 232-4855; http://www.upstartcrowtrading.com.

February 28 (Saturday, 1:00 pm) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

Barns & Noble, Grossmont, 5500 Grossmont Center Dr., Suite 331, La Mesa. For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

February 28 (Saturday, 2:30 pm) — Adventures by the Book, together with The Mom’s Guide to San Diego, are pleased to present a Surprise Fancy Nancy 10th Birthday Party Adventure featuring the New York Times bestselling creators of Fancy Nancy, Robin Preiss Glasser (the illustrator) and Jane O’Connor (the author), who will be launching their Special 10th Anniversary RV Book Tour at Tee Party Palace, 6615 Flanders Dr., San Diego 92121. This is a ticketed event open to the public ($39 per girl includes signed book, $49 per adult includes champagne).

About the Event: Pssst, can you keep a secret? We are planning a surprise 10th birthday party for Fancy Nancy. Can you believe it’s been ten years since the first Fancy Nancy book was published. We can’t either, but we want to invite you to a splendiferous celebration that includes a fancy tea party, tour of the Fancy Nancy RV, fancy hair styling, goodie bags, and a donated book to Traveling Stories, to help with their efforts to outsmart poverty, one book at a time.

About the Book and Author/Illustrator: Robin Preiss Glasser is a former ballerina and illustrator, including the internationally-bestselling Fancy Nancy series. Jane O’Connor is a children’s author and editor, and partnered with Robin in 2005 to create the first Fancy Nancy book, which will be reissued as a special commemorative 10th anniversary edition for this book tour.

For more information regarding the event, please contact Susan McBeth at (619) 300-2532 or at susan@adventuresbythebook.com.

February 28 (Saturday, 7:30 pm) — Pulitzer Prize poet Rae Armantrout will read from her new book Itself at D.G.Wills Books, 7461 Girard Avenue, La Jolla, 858-456-1800, http://dgwillsbooks.com.

What do “self” and “it” have in common? In Rae Armantrout’s new poems, there is no inert substance. Self and it (word and particle) are ritual and rigmarole, song-and-dance and long distance call into whatever dark matter might exist. How could a self not be selfish? Armantrout accesses the strangeness of everyday occurrence with wit, sensuality, and an eye alert to underlying trauma, as in the poem "Price Points" where a man conducts an imaginary orchestra but "gets no points for originality." In their investigations of the cosmically mundane, Armantrout’s poems use an extraordinary microscopic lens—even when she’s glancing backwards from the outer reaches of space.

Rae Armantrout, 2008 Guggenheim Fellow in Poetry, is a native Californian whose poems are masterful contradictions; according to Robert Creeley, her poems have "a quiet and enabling signature." He adds, "I don’t think there’s another poet writing who is so consummate in authority and yet so generous to her readers and company alike." Her poems are telegenically "regional," filled with bungalows, newscasters and swimming pools, yet they ring with an immaterial clarity that quietly subsumes her readers and listeners in a radical and eerily funny vision. Armantrout studied with Denise Levertov, and was at the center of the first generation of Language Poets, the group in the US most often credited with introducing poetry to postmodernity. Since then she has forged a growing international reputation and whose works include Versed, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 2010; Next Life; Up to Speed; and Veil: New and Selected Poems; as well as countless poems anthologized in Best American Poetry 2002, 2005, 2007, and 2009; American Hybrid; Poems of the Women's Movement; The Oxford Book of American Poetry; and Postmodern American Poetry. She directed the New Writing Series at UCSD for nearly two decades, and co-organized the Page Mother’s Conference in 1999.

March 1 (Sunday, 11:00 am) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

Barnes & Noble, Costa Verde, 8650 Genesee Ave. Ste 230, San Diego.

March 1 (Sunday, 1:00 pm) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

Barnes & Noble, Encinitas, 1040 N. El Camino Real Drive, Encinitas.

March 6 (Friday, 7:00 pm) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

Barnes & Noble, Oceanside, 2615 Vista Way, Oceanside.

March 6 (Friday, starting at 5:00 pm) — Adventures by the Book is pleased to present an Artist’s Safari SDSU Osher Edventure featuring renowned wildlife artist and African safari guide Fred Krakowiak at La Jolla Contemporary Fine Arts Gallery, 7946 Ivanhoe Ave., La Jolla 92037. The event is ticketed and is open to all SDSU Osher members. Membership is available to anyone over the age of 50.

About the Event: The mystery and spirit of African wildlife regularly lures photographers, artists, and safari adventurers. Now you, too, can share a unique opportunity to journey through this magnificent continent with Krakowiak, as he discusses his book, The Artist’s Safari. An engaging motivational speaker, Fred’s passion for Africa is expressed through his stunning art, inspired by his frequent travels to Africa, and on display at the La Jolla Contemporary Fine Arts Gallery.

About the Author: Fred Krakowiak, realized his passion for painting as well as his genuine love for the animal kingdom after his first visit to the zoo at the age of five. His work is all about spontaneity and movement, believing that no creature alive sits completely still to have their portrait painted. Krakowiak is recognized as an Africa safari travel expert for those interested in undertaking an unscripted adventure and his presentations are as breath taking as his experiences.

For more information regarding the event, please contact Susan McBeth at (619) 300-2532 or at susan@adventuresbythebook.com.

March 7 (Saturday, 11:00 am) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

Barns & Noble, Escondido, 810 West Valley Parkway, Escondido. For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

March 7 (Saturday, 1:30 pm) — Local children's book author Henry Herz's new picture book, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes (from Pelican Publishing), has garnered considerable praise, including: "For all of us who grew up loving Dungeons & Dragons and Tolkien, Monster Goose Nursery Rhymes is an excellent way to introduce our little ones to the world of fantasy!"

Barnes & Noble, Point Loma, 3150 Rosecrans Place, San Diego. For additional information, contact Henry Herz at 858-212-6111; http://birchtreepub.com/mgnr.htm.

March 7 (Saturday, 7:00 pm)John M. Ridland and Peter V. Czipott will read from their translations of Holocaust poet Miklos Radnoti’s All That Still Matters at All at D.G.Wills Books, 7461 Girard Avenue, La Jolla, 858-456-1800, http://www.dgwillsbooks.com.

Miklós Radnóti (1909-1944), whose work beautifully combines colloquial modernism with Virgilian classicism, is best known internationally as one of the great poets of the Holocaust: his final, harrowing poems were recovered from a notebook found on his body upon exhumation from a mass grave in 1946. But while he is certainly one of the key literary chroniclers of the Holocaust, he is also much more than that. All That Still Matters at All spans his entire output, from his carefree early love lyrics to the increasingly urgent poems written as the clouds of fascism and war descended upon Europe to the poems composed during forced labor and the death march that finally took his life. All of his work, however, was inspired by his wife, muse and literary executor, Fanni Gyarmati Radnóti, who enthusiastically endorsed these new translations by Ridland and Czipott prior to her death in 2014 at the age of 101.

Professor Emeritus John M. Ridland taught writing and literature in the English Department and the College of Creative Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara, for over forty years. His poems have appeared in many journals, including Poetry, The Atlantic, Harper's, The Hudson Review, The Dark Horse, Spectrum, The Nation, New Zealand Books, Quadrant, River Styx, Solo, Askew, Parnassus, and The Hungarian Quarterly. His published books include: Fires of Home, Ode on Violence, In the Shadowless Light, Elegy for My Aunt, Palms, and Life with Unkie, as well as his translation with Peter Czipott of Sandor Marai’s poetry, The Withering World.

Physicist Peter V. Czipott has published a number of translations from the Hungarian in literary journals the world over, including the poems of Sándor Márai, Miklós Radnóti, Sándor Reményik, György Faludy and Zoltán Zelk. In 2010, he received the Bálint Balassi Memorial Medallion for services to Hungarian culture.

March 7 (Saturday, 2:00 pm) — Adventures by the Book, together with the Carlsbad Library, is pleased to present an Artist’s Safari Library Adventure featuring renowned wildlife artist and African safari guide Fred Krakowiak at the Carlsbad City Library, 1775 Dove Lane, Carlsba. The event is free and open to the public.

About the Event: The mystery and spirit of African wildlife regularly lures photographers, artists, and safari adventurers. Now you, too, can share a unique opportunity to journey through this magnificent continent with Krakowiak, as he discusses his book, The Artist’s Safari. An engaging motivational speaker, Fred’s passion for Africa is expressed through his stunning art, inspired by his frequent travels to Africa.

About the Author: Fred Krakowiak, realized his passion for painting as well as his genuine love for the animal kingdom after his first visit to the zoo at the age of five. His work is all about spontaneity and movement, believing that no creature alive sits completely still to have their portrait painted. Krakowiak is recognized as an Africa safari travel expert for those interested in undertaking an unscripted adventure and his presentations are as breath taking as his experiences.

For more information regarding the event, please contact Susan McBeth at (619) 300-2532 or at susan@adventuresbythebook.com.

Writers

Workshops, Classes, Seminars, Book Festivals, Contests and Authors Exhibits

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February 23 (Monday, 6:30 pm) — At the 4th Monday meeting of the San Diego Writers/Editors Guild, Judy Reeves will be discussing First Paragraphs and What They Must Do.

A $5 donation from non-members is recommended. For directions and additional information, go to: http://sdwritersguild.org/. Summer 2015: Will you be ready for the next Open Mic night?

February 24-26 (Tuesday thru Thursday, 7:00 pm) The 20th Symposium by the Sea 2015 with afternoon workshops on book publishing, screenwriting, Tolken evening interviews and book signings. Featured will be: Lysley Tenorio, author of, Monstress, One Book One San Diego Selection; Destin Daniel Cretton, filmmaker, director, screenwriter, Short Term 12; Jeannette Walls, The Glass Castle; and Joyce Carol Oates, author of, We Were The Mulvaneys, a National Book Award winner.

Point Loma Nazarene University, 3900 Lomaland Drive, San Diego; (619) 849-2297

For additional classes, go to: http://www.sandiegowriters.org/programs/classes8/.

February 28 (Saturday, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm) — Publishers and Writers of San Diego (PWSD) will hold its monthly meeting at the Encinitas Community Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Dr., Encinitas. The topic for the meeting is The Four Paths to Publishing by industry thought leader Keith Ogarek.

Anyone interested or involved in writing, editing, publishing, designing, or anything related to books is welcome to attend. Members cost $10, non-members $20. Visit www.PublishersWriters.org for more information and to register for the meeting.

March 1 (Sunday, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm) — Write Your Book: Craft, Plot & Organization at Hera Hub, Carlsbad

Learn techniques to strengthen your writing and then break into groups for fiction or nonfiction focus. Author Julie Bawden-Davis will show how to organize your nonfiction book with your reader in mind and author Sandra Woffington will show how to develop character-driven plot.

Details at http://www.efrogpress.com/writersworkshops/http://www.efrogpress.com/writersworkshops/

March 4 (Wednesday, 6:30 pm) — San Diego SPJ’s annual Report Card on the Media Forum. Four people who made local and national headlines will roast and praise the reporters who covered them.

This year the panel includes:

Monika Allen, a cancer survivor mocked by Self magazine for the tutu she wore as inspiration while running.

Cory Briggs, an attorney whose lawsuits have tied up billions of dollars in projects at San Diego City Hall

Todd Bosnich, a Carl DeMaio staffer who accused him of sexual harassment and derailed his congressional campaign.

Michael McStay, whose brother, sister-in-law and two nephews were brutally murdered.

Where: Point Loma Nazarene University Fermanian Business Center, 3900 Lomaland Drive. Admission: Free, and we will provide light refreshments.

More details at http://spjsandiego.org/2015/02/05/find-out-your-grade-at-san-diego-spjs-report-card-on-the-media/#more-1493.

March 7 (Saturday, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm) — DIY Ebook Publishing at Hera Hub, Carlsbad. Learn how to format your ebook, publish and distribute. Learn about ISBNs, keywords, covers, royalties and more. L.C. Scott of eFrog Press will share information to save you time and result in successful publication.

Details at http://www.efrogpress.com/writers-workshop-diy/

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BOOK OF THE WEEK: On Earth As It Is In Hell by Cortina Jackson.

Hell, a word that not only describes a dark, fiery underworld, but also defines periods in our lives. Thus is the case for the 3 characters, Clara, Nick, and Toni, portrayed in this thriller.

The story line follows: Clara, the unbeliever due to God’s lack of intervention; Toni, Clara’s friend; homosexual by nature, faithful friend by design; and Nick, a pastor who endures his own trials. Their lives intersect as they each experience turmoil and tragedy in their lives. However, no matter the trials and tribulations that they face, choices must still be made that will determine their future.

With all of the Hell on earth occurring these days, the one place that one can expect to find refuge is the church. But what happens when the church is in direct correlation with Hell? What unfolds as the church is found to be built atop portals to Hell; as demons enter into the services, the pastors, and the people seeking solace? What happens as the inhabitants of Hell enter into unsuspecting people, places, and things? What happens when they enter marriages, jobs, record companies, police departments, and political offices? Is there an end in sight?

An agenda is about to be introduced, Satan is wringing his hands with delight as new world agendas are exposed. In great detail, the layers of the character’s lives are peeled away, revealing graphic circumstances that will change them forever; for there is a worst fate that could be faced

However, the story does not end without the deep, dark, underworld being revealed. Does Hell exist? Who is worthy of its torment and destruction? In this tale, you may be surprised! The story will captivate you, encompass you, and almost consume you, before releasing you to your own thoughts; which may be scarier than fiction.

Riveting, intriguing, controversial, terrifying? Hell…Yes!

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