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Subject: September Book Signings at Loganberry Books
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2016 09:48:38 -0400
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Loganberry Books September Book Signings



Ferrett Steinmetz: Fix

Tuesday, September 6, 7:00PM

Magic and technology collide in the new urban fantasy novel Fix by local author Ferrett Steinmetz. Join us as this Nebula Award-nominated author unveils the latest entry in his ‘Mancer series, a story of occult political intrigue, government-controlled zombie hive-minds, haunted demonic ruins, and of course, video games. Ferrett’s smart, stunningly original works have been compared to both Philip K. Dick and Breaking Bad. Careful; once you get your Fix, you might get hooked!


Richard Hawley: The Three Lives of Jonathan Force

Wednesday, September 14, 7:00PM

Distinguished local author and former headmaster of University School Richard Hawley returns with The Three Lives of Jonathan Force, a tale critics have hailed as “dazzling,” “absorbing,” “gripping, powerful, and deeply felt.” From an unpromising Midwest upbringing through an undergraduate education at Yale to a career as a renowned psychologist, social critic, and author, Jonathan Force comes to realize that the public has come to think with his ideas rather than about them. His personal revelation will lead him to abandon his pundit persona and move beyond the constricting limitations of “knowing it all.”


Eric Joseph & Eva Ungar Grudin: Save the Last Dance

Sunday, September 18, 1:00PM

Join us for a signing of Save the Last Dance by authors Eric Joseph & Eva Ungar Grudin. This wonderful epistolary novel is revealed through e-mails and text messages between one-time high school sweethearts preparing for their 50th high school reunion. Centering in large part around Cleveland, Save the Last Dance is a witty, complex love story about reawakening and unlikely second chances.



David G. Horton: The Swamp Witch

Sunday, September 25, 1:00PM

Get in the Halloween spirit early and join us as David Horton signs his supernatural horror novel, The Swamp Witch! The witch has her ways at the Crossroads tavern. Mike, a small time drug runner, travels to the Crossroads for a routine pickup, but instead finds a murder investigation, a mysterious barmaid, a path into the supernatural, and his own demons. As he runs drugs for the dealer Lowell, Mike feels he is being watched. This evolves into a force that influences and even controls his actions. He has a vision of a woman who Mike comes to believe is leading him somewhere... or to someone. The more Mike becomes involved with Lowell, and with the pretty barmaid at the Crossroads, the more intertwined he becomes in the murder investigation, in which Lowell is the prime suspect. Unsure what to do, Mike is led finally to the swamp itself, where he will face the consequences of his thoughts and deeds with the Swamp Witch.


Clara Bingham: Witness to the Revolution

Wednesday, September 28, 7:00PM

The revolution will not be televised, but you can read all about it in Clara Bingham’s new book, Witness to the Revolution: Radicals, Resisters, Vets, Hippies, and the Year America Lost Its Mind and Found Its Soul. This gripping true story, covering August 1969 to August 1970, bridges two decades in an electrifying exploration of the turbulent year when American teetered on the brink of revolution. This timely book is woven together from over 100 personal interviews by Bingham, a renowned journalist who has written for Newsweek, Vanity Fair, The Daily Beast, and many more.


Phoebe Robinson: You Can't Touch My Hair

Monday, October 17, 7:00PM

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, but you definitely won’t touch her hair. Stand-up comedian, podcaster, and Cleveland native Phoebe Robinson debuts her hilarious and moving essay collection You Can’t Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain, a witty look at race, gender, and pop culture. As a black woman in America, Phoebe maintains, you need a sense of humor to deal with the absurdity. Relegated to the role of “the black friend,” questioned for liking “white people music,” and followed around stores by security guards, Robinson takes on these topics with humor and heart. Called “a must-read” by Ilana Glazer of Broad City, and featuring a foreword by The Daily Show’s Jessica Williams, You Can’t Touch My Hair announces Robinson as a writer on the rise.



This is a Press Release from Loganberry Books. 

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