Mailing List Message #8
From: Harriett Logan <>
Subject: Loganberry Marches
Date: Thu, 03 Mar 2005 10:52:03 -0500
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Loganberry Books celebrates pisces month with three appearances of local authors, a great book fair, and an Annex Gallery reception with esteemed artists from Pennisula.  Read on...

23rd Akron Antiquarian Book Fair
Akron Book Fair 60+ dealers of old and rare books under one roof! 

Friday, March 25,  3:00 p.m.--8:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 26,  10:00 a.m.--4:00 p.m.

sponsored by the Northern Ohio Bibliophilic Society
Emidio & Sons Exposition Center
48 E. Bath Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

Exciting new acquisitions
Big Little Book
  • a nice collection of Big Little Books from the '30s and '40s
  • new vintage-inspired letterpress greeting cards from Saturn Press
  • beautiful big art books on George Segal
  • an outstanding collection of first edition Edward Gorey
  • '70s nostalgia:  Scholastic paperbacks from grade school

Local Author Book Signings
convictionJo Jo Weaver: Conviction In Cuyahoga County
 Saturday, March 5, 1-3pm 
Unjustly accused of the murder of a night watchman in 1927, Joseph Weaver suffered a trial riddled with greed and corruption that sentenced him to death in an electric chair. Decades later, his daughter tries to document the evidence, and the saga of the legal system that allowed this to happen.
House of Jabez, 2004, paperback, 209 pages, $14.95

Evan Ames/ Karl MayEvan Ames: When Autumn Comes
Saturday, March 12, 1-3pm
Local attorney Karl May wrote a book about taking a second chance with a long-lost lover... and his novel of reconnection actually set the wheels spinning for a reunion in reality!  In January he had a private book launching party, now he joins us on a Saturday afternoon to share his amazing story of fiction becoming fact with everyone.  Come learn more.
Temple Publishing Group, 2003, paperback, 392 pages plus audio CD, $19.95

Vladimir SwirynskiVladimir Swirynsky:  A Deranged Poet
Saturday, March 19, 1-3pm
Local and prolific poet Vladimir Swirynski joins us at Loganberry to spread his enthusiasm for poetry.  Swirynski has self-published about a dozen books and is a regular at poetry slams, swaps, and events around town.  He continaully has new poems falling out of his pen, come talk to him about the miracle of words.
Deep Cleveland Press, 2004, paperback, 120 pages with illustrations, $19.95

Stump the Bookseller  Selection of the month
Stump the Bookseller
Y28: Yaks, pots in picture book

1974 Picture book, rich/vibrant/earthy tones. Boy lives in the mountains and makes pots with his family. They load up their yaks with the pots and make the long journey to the market. (Moral of the story: Yaks and pots are very cool.)

Horned HumonsGirlfriends Literary Society: a monthly feminist book discussion group.  Join us.

Horned Humons: In a Strange Utopia
by local writer Barbara Louise
Thursday, March 10, 7pm
Barbara Louise will join the discussion at 8pm

Want to start a Loganberry book club?  Talk to Harriett.

Edith and the boxesShelving Party
The first one was so much fun we decided to do it again.  Here's how it works:
Free pizza and beer, unpack and shelve some books, buy anything at 50% off, have fun, earn book credit.  Bring a friend, come shoot the breeze.  We'll be working with yet more fiction, lots of cookbooks, and moving some sections around.  Books on wheels, wheeeee!
Wednesday, March 16, 6-10pm  (come anytime, RSVP's appreciated)

Annex Gallery
Diane Seskes, photography
Dave Repicky, ceramic art

Opening Reception with the Artists:  Saturday, March 5th, 1-4pm

...and stay tuned for the return of the...
Apricot BookEdible Books Festival

Saturday, April 2, 2005; 1:00pm
what good books are you cooking?

Hope to see you at Loganberry soon!

Loganberry Books
13015 Larchmere Boulevard
Shaker Heights, OH 44120
Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm

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