Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse

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Collected Works Bookstore & Coffeehouse

202 Galisteo St, Santa Fe, NM 87501 , Santa Fe NM 87501

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Phone | (505) 988-4226

October 2016 @ Collected Works:

Date: Saturday 10/1,  @ 4pm

Author: Nathan Brown and Victor di Suvero

Description: Oklahoma Poet Laureate Nathan Brown present from his latest work, My Salvaged Heart. Local poet Victor di Suvero to introduce.

Contact info for press: Nathan Brown, nub@ou.edu

Date: Sunday 10/2, @ 11am

Event: Journeysantafe Presents: The Last Barking Dog: Why Local Newspapers Matter More Than Ever with Ray Rivera

Description: Rivera was a staff reporter for the Washington Post and The New York Times before taking over as Editor of the Santa Fe New Mexican three years ago, returning to the paper where he began his news reporting career.   Free & Open to Public. Host: Alan Webber.

Contact info for Press: Melissa Williams, alissawilliams@hotmail.com

Date: Monday 10/3, @ 6pm

Author: Short Short Stories Open Mic

Description: Bring a short short story (5 min. max) of your own to read, and hang around for the guest speaker. Be sure to arrive early if you want to read!

Contact info for press: Maneese Wall, 505-989-1197

Date: Wednesday, 10/5 @ 7pm (offsite)

Author: Lannan Foundation Presents: Gideon Levy w/ David Barsamian @ Lensic Theatre

Description: Lannan Foundation hosts a conversation between Israeli journalist Gideon Levy, author of the award-winning book The Punishment of Gaza,  and Alternative Radio founder David Barsamian.

Contact info for press: Lannan Foundation, 505-986-8160

Date: Thursday, 10/6 @ 6pm

Author: Collected Works and SFR Bookmarks Present: Terry Tempest Williams

Description: Renowned author Terry Tempest Williams reads from her latest book, The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks.

Contact info for press: Jayde Swarts, jayde@sfreporter.com

Date: Sunday 10/9, @ 11am

Event: Journeysantafe Presents: Dr. Suzanne Schmidt, President of The League of Women Voters of Santa Fe County, On Voting in New Mexico, the Upcoming Issues and Local Elections

Description: The League of Women Voters of Santa Fe County (LWVSFC) encourages informed and active participation in government by providing voter registration, voter guides  and voting information.  Free & Open to the Public. Host: Alan Webber.

Contact info for Press: Melissa Williams, alissawilliams@hotmail.com

Date: Monday 10/10, @ 6pm

Event: SFR Bookmarks Meeting

Description: The Santa Fe Review Book Club meets to discuss Terry Tempest Williams’s The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks.

Contact info for press: Cecile Lipworth, cecile@we-ripple.com

Date: Tuesday 10/11, @ 6pm

Author:Jann Haynes Gilmore

Description: Dr. Jann Haynes Gilmore presents her latest book, Olive Rush: Finding Her Place in the Santa Fe Art Colony, a biography of artist, illustrator, muralist, Native American art educator, and social reformer Olive Rush.

Contact info for press: Anna Gallegos, anna.gallegos@state.nm.us

Date: Wednesday 10/12, @ 6pm

Author: Bob Shacochis and Diane Roberts

Description: Acclaimed authors Bob Shacochis and Diane Roberts present their latest books, Kingdoms of the Air and Tribal: College Football and the Secret Heart of America, respectively.

Contact info for press: Diane Roberts - drob161887@aol.com, Bob Shacochis - pollobob@aol.com

Date: Thursday 10/13 - Sunday 10/16

Event: Women Writing the West

Description: This year’s conference will focus on the Harvey Girls and their stories and Santa Fe, where Willa Cather’s famous Death Comes for the Archbishop is set. Location: Drury Plaza Hotel.

Contact info for press: Pam Nowak, elinwriter@hotmail.com

Date: Thursday 10/13, @ 5:30pm

Event: Panel Discussion on Campaign Finance Reform

Description: Senator Tom Udall, local author Bruce Berling, and Viki Harrison join in a panel discussion on campaign finance reform.

Contact info for press: Matthew Nelson,  202-224-6621

Date: Friday 10/15, @ 4pm

Author: Sara Dant w/ Dan Flores

Description: Dr. Sara Dant presents her latest work Losing Eden: An Environmental History of the American West. She will be introduced by and in discussion with acclaimed author Dan Flores.

Contact info for press: Sara Dant, sdant@weber.edu

Date: Sunday 10/15, @ 11am

Event: Journeysantafe Presents:  Miranda Viscoli Co-president of New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence, Lisa Weisenfeld Policy Coordinator of New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence Coalition and award winning poets Lauren Camp, Janet Eigner and Susan Gardner

Description:  In 2015, President Obama enacted a proclamation to make October Domestic Violence Awareness month. Guests will honor both the proclamation and those who have suffered domestic violence. Free & Open to the Public. Host: Alan Webber.

Contact info for press: Melissa Williams, alissawilliams@hotmail.com

Date: Sunday 10/16, @ 3pm

Event: Cooking With Kids Fundraiser

Description: Non-profit Cooking With Kids presents its self-titled cookbook and holds a fundraiser for their organization which promotes community and cross-cultural connection among children and their families.

Contact info for press: Anna Ferrier, 505-690-7390

Date: Monday 10/17, @6pm

Author: Anne Valente

Description: Local author Anne Valente presents her latest novel Our Hearts Will Burn Us Down, the story of four teenagers who struggle to rebuild their lives after a school shooting.

Contact info for press: Lauren Truskowski, lauren.truskowski@harpercollins.com

Date: Thursday 10/20, @ 6pm

Authors: Nathaniel Tarn & Joan Myers

Description: Poet Nathaniel Tarn and photographer Joan Myers present their latest collaboration The Persephones, a collaborative retelling of Persephone’s abduction into the underworld.

Contact info for press: Joan Myers, jmyers@joanmyers.com

Date: Saturday 10/22, @ 3pm

Author: Diane Stanley

Description: Diane Stanley presents her illustrated biography of Ada Lovelace, known as the first computer programmer.

Contact info for press: cp@simonandschuster.com

Date: Sunday 10/23, @ 11am

Event: Journeysantafe Presents: Something Old, Something New - Turn Left at the Sleeping Dog to the Future - Pen La Farge

Description:  Santa Fe native John Pen Le Farge is a freelance writer and is an historian whose specialization is intellectual history.  His oral history of Santa Fe from 1920-55, Turn Left at the Sleeping Dog, is available at Collected Works. Free and Open to the Public. Hosts: Bill & Ellen Dupuy

Contact info for press: Melissa Williams, alissawilliams@hotmail.com

Date: Sunday 10/23, @ 3pm

Author: Elaine Pinkerton

Description: Elaine Pinkerton presents the newly revised edition of her book Santa Fe on Foot: Adventures in the City Different.

Contact info for press: Richard Polese, richard@oceantree.com

Date: Wednesday 10/26, @ 7pm (offsite)

Author: Lannan Foundation Presents: Anne Carson w/ Michael Silverblatt @ Lensic Theatre

Description: Lannan Foundation hosts a conversation between renowned poet and translator Anne Carson and Michael Silverblatt, host of KCRW’s Bookworm.

Contact info for press: Lannan Foundation, 505-986-8160

Date: Saturday 10/29, @ 4pm

Author: Nasario Garcia

Description: Acclaimed and local author Nasario Garcia presents his autobiography Hoe, Heaven, and Hell: My Childhood in Rural New Mexico, which received the International Latino Book Award.

Contact info for Press: Nasario Garcia, lospobres@cybermesa.com

Date: Sunday 10/30, @ 11am

Event: Journeysantafe Presents: What’s at Stake: Civil Liberties and the 2016 Election with Peter Simonson  Executive Director for the ACLU of New Mexico

Description: Under Peter’s leadership, the ACLU-NM has posted some of its most important victories, winning the freedom to marry for same-sex couples, banning the practice of civil asset forfeiture in the state, and defeating an Albuquerque ordinance that threatened to limit abortion access throughout New Mexico. Free and Open to the Public. Host: Bill Dupuy.

Contact info for Press: Melissa Williams, alissawilliams@hotmail.com

Date: Sunday 10/30, @ 2-4 (offsite)

Event: A fundraiser for the Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe

Description: Event features local authors Jimmy Baca, Stan Crawford, Hampton Sides, and Anne Hillerman. Moderator: William DePuy. Location: James A. Little Theater.

Contact info for press: Literacy Volunteers of Santa Fe, lvfs@sfcc.edu