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Author Luncheon with Dorothea Benton Frank, Same Beach, Next Year, Fri., May 19, 12 pm

Join us Fri., May 19, 12 pm for lunch at Stars Rooftop and Grill Room (495 King St.), as Dottie Frank will talk about and sign her new book Same Beach, Next Year (William Morrow, hb., 384pp., $28). Tickets are $62 for the three-course luncheon plus a signed copy of the book. Get tickets here. Bursting with the intoxicating […]

Author Luncheon with Chris Ullman, Find Your Whistle, Fri., May 12, 12 pm

Join us Fri., May 12, 12 pm for lunch at High Cotton (199 East Bay St.), when Chris Ullman will teach you how to Find Your Whistle (Mascot, hb., 256 pp., $20). Tickets are $31 for the three-course luncheon, 0r $51 for the luncheon plus a signed copy of the book. Get tickets here. Find Your Whistle is the heartwarming, […]

Author Luncheon with Patricia Altschul, The Art of Southern Charm, Tue., May 9, 12 pm

Join us Tues., May 9, 12 pm for lunch at High Cotton (199 East Bay St.), as Patricia Altschul explains The Art of Southern Charm (Diversion, hb., 240 pp., $27). Tickets are $57 for the three-course luncheon, including a signed copy of the book, 0r $88 for two tickets with one book. Get tickets here. From the primetime show Southern […]

New Book Release Readings by College of Charleston Professors Lindsey Drager and Anthony Varallo, Thur., May 4, 5:30 pm

  Join us Thurs., May 4, 5:30 pm as local authors, and College of Charleston professors, Lindsey Drager and Anthony Varallo will give readings from their new books. Lindsey Drager is the author of The Sorrow Proper (Dzanc, 2015), winner of the 2016 Binghamton University / John Gardner Fiction Award. Originally from Michigan, she is […]

Author Luncheon with Mary Kay Andrews, The Beach House Cookbook, Fri., May 5, 12 pm

Join us Fri., May 5, 12 pm for lunch at High Cotton (199 East Bay St.), as Mary Kay Andrews discusses The Beach House Cookbook (St. Martin’s, hb., 272 pp., $30). Tickets are $61 for the three-course luncheon, including a signed copy of the book, 0r $92 for two tickets with one book. Get tickets here. You don’t have […]

Piccolo Fiction – Charleston Music Hall – Sat., June 3, 5 pm

Piccolo Fiction presented by Blue Bicycle Books, Sat., June 3, 5 pm, Charleston Music Hall, 37 John St. Free and open to the public. The festival’s longest-running event exclusively devoted to fiction, Piccolo Fiction invites local authors to write and share original  short stories. This year’s reading will be in the historic Charleston Music Hall, and, following recent […]

Living Life on Purpose with Katie Ashley, Wed., April 19, 5 pm

Join us Wed., April 19, 5:00 pm as Katie Ashley discusses and signs copies of her book Living Life on Purpose. Anyone looking to create a future that is not defined by their past will find refuge in this book. Living Life on Purpose proves how far people can progress in one lifetime when they rebel against fate and […]

Author Luncheon with Kristy Woodson Harvey, Slightly South of Simple, Sat., April 29, 12 pm

Join us Sat., April 29, 12 pm for lunch at High Cotton (199 East Bay St.), as Kristy Woodson Harvey discusses her new novel Slightly South of Simple (Gallery Books, pb., 400 pp., $16). Tickets are $31 for the three-course luncheon and talk, or $47 with a signed copy of the book. Get tickets here. About the book: Caroline Murphy swore […]

Events and Signings

Tues. April 11 — Corrie Wang, The Takedown — Worldwide Release Party at Edmund’s Oast Thur., April 13 — Karen White, The Night the Lights Went Out Wed., Apri. 19 — Katie Ashley, Living Life on Purpose Thur., April 20 — Michel Stone, Border Child Fri., April 21 — Paul Starobin, Madness Rules the Hour Sat., April 22 — Timothy Banks, Monsters […]

Michel Stone at the Charleston Museum, Thur., Apr. 20, 6 pm

Join us at the Charleston Museum (360 Meeting Street), Thur., April 20, 6 pm, as South Carolina native Michel Stone discusses her newest novel Border Child (Nan A. Talese, hb., 272 pp., $27). About the book: For Héctor and Lilia, pursuit of the American Dream became every parent’s worst fear when they were separated from their infant daughter […]