“The Lost Night” is coming out in paperback June 26, and I’m in good company at my place of work, the SF Writers Grotto, where no fewer than eight of our members have books hitting the shelves this spring and summer. We’re throwing a party to celebrate. You saw it here first:
An Invitation to “Grotto Works” on June 24th!
We invite you to our “Grotto Works” Celebration on Saturday, June 24th!
The San Francisco Writer?s Grotto invites you to a celebration of an astonishing EIGHT BOOKS being published in May-July by Grotto authors
Join us for brief readings, wine, beer, victuals, and comradery at the new Grotto offices
Saturday, June 24, 2006: 7-10 pm
MC: Oscar Villalon, SF Chronicle Book Review Editor
Diet for a Dead Planet: Big Business and the Coming Food Crisis, by Christopher D. Cook
Masterminds: Genius, DNA, and Quest to Rewrite Life, by David Ewing Duncan
House of Thieves, by Kaui Hart Hemmings
The Lost Night: A Daughter’s Search for the Truth of Her Father’s Murder, by Rachel Howard
Pucker, by Melanie Gideon
The Second Coming of Mavala Shikongo, by Peter Orner
East Wind, Rain, by Caroline Paul
A Sense of the World: How a Blind Man Became History’s Greatest Traveler, by Jason Roberts
490 Second Street (at Bryant)
San Francisco, California
See you on the 24th!!!
Click here for the Grotto’s website.
Special note: We’re limited by fire marshall constraints, but our South Park office is fairly commodious and we’ll do our best to get everyone in.