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Laurie Devore, The Villain Edit, Thurs., Jul. 11, 5:30 pm

Join us Thurs., July 11, 5:30 pm for an evening with local author Laurie Devore to celebrate the release of The Villain Edit (HarperCollins, 336 pp., $28). Devore will be joined in conversation by fellow author Victoria Benton Frank (My Magnolia Summer). About the book: Emily Henry meets Fleabag…and The Bachelor! An irresistibly sharp and sexy dramedy […]

Shovels & Rope, C’mon Utah! — Fri., Apr. 19, 5:30 pm

Blue Bicycle Books is proud to welcome Shovels & Rope — Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent –  as they debut their new book C’mon Utah (hb., $30), based on the song from their By Blood album. Cary Ann, Michael and illustrator Julio Cotto Rivera will be signing copies in the bookstore courtyard, Fri., Apr. 19, […]

Marcia Zug, You’ll Do, Thurs., May 9, 5 pm

Join us Thurs., May 9, 5 pm for an evening with Professor Marcia Zug to celebrate the release of her newest book You’ll Do: A History of Marrying for Reasons Other Than Love, (Steerforth, 336 pp., $29.99). Zug will be joined in conversation by local attorney Gregory Forman. About the book: Americans hold marriage in such high esteem […]

Tommy Tomlinson, Dogland, Fri., May 17 at 5 pm

Join us Fri., May 17 at 5 pm for an evening with Pulitzer Prize finalist Tommy Tomlinson to celebrate the release of his newest book Dogland: Passion, Glory, and Lots of Slobber at the Westminster Dog Show (Avid Reader, 256 pp., $14.99). Tomlinson will be joined in conversation by Garden and Gun editor Amanda Heckert. About […]

Pop-up at Charleston Wine and Food Fest, Fri. – Sun., Mar. 8 – 10

Visit Blue Bicycle Books at our Book Nook in the Culinary Village during the upcoming Charleston Wine and Food Fest Fri. – Sun., Mar. 8 – 10. We have an exciting line-up of 16 chefs coming to sign, including Tiffani Thiessen, Fri., Mar. 8 at 2 pm at Riverfront Park.  See below for the line-up! Friday, […]

Beto O’Rourke, We’ve Got to Try, Sat., Mar. 2, 4 pm

Join us for a special event with former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke, Sat., Mar. 2, 4 pm as he visits Charleston to discuss We’ve Got to Try: How the Fight for Voting Rights Makes Everything Else Possible (Flatiron, pb., $19). This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are free, with the option […]

Phoebe Lapine, Carbivore, Tues., Apr. 2, EVENT CANCELLED

Join us Tues., Apr. 2 at 5:30 pm for an evening with chef and author Phoebe Lapine celebrating the release of her newest cookbook, Carbivore (Hachette Go, 352 pp., $32) About the book: Diet trends come and go, but over the last decade, no one food group has been vilified and misunderstood as much as […]

Jeffrey Blount, Mr. Jimmy from Around the Way, Thurs., Jan. 25, 6 pm

Join us at the 20 S. Battery Hotel on Thurs., Jan. 25 at 6 pm for an evening with Jeffrey Blount, author of Mr. Jimmy From Around the Way (Beaufort Books, 350 pp., $25.95). Mr. Blount will be joined in conversation by Rebecca Dwight Bruff, author of Trouble the Water (Koehler, 348 pp, $19.95). About the book: […]

Kat Hastie, The Arena, Thurs., Dec. 14, 5:30 pm

Please join Blue Bicycle Books for a reception for artist Kat Hastie, Thurs., Dec. 14, 5:30 pm as she signs copies of her monograph, The Arena (hb., 198 pp., $75). (Note date change.) About the book: In The Arena, Hastie tells her life story through her paintings. Hastie contemplates the transformative nature of a life in art […]

Michael Harriot, Black AF History, Mon. Sep. 25, 6:30 pm

Blue Bicycle Books welcomes Michael Harriot Mon., Sept. 25, 6:30 pm as he discusses Black AF History: The Un-Whitewashed Story of America (Morrow., 432 pp., $32.50). About the book: In Black AF History, Harriot removes the white sugar coating from the American story, placing Black people squarely at the center. Harriot speaks hilarious truth to oppressive power, subverting conventional historical narratives […]