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BookPeople presents Lacy Johnson speaking and signing of The Other Side: A Memoir


Houston author Lacy Johnson stops by BookPeople to discuss her personal story of abuse, kidnap and betrayal. Laid out in a haunting manner in her book, The Other Side, the story of Johnson's ki

BookPeople presents Former Houston Mayor Bill White: America's Fiscal Constitution


Former Houston mayor and Texas gubernatorial candidate Bill White comes to BookPeople to discuss and sign his new book, America's Fiscal Constitution: It's Triumph & Collapse,

BookPeople Presents: Josh Frank and Black Francis of The Good Inn Novel


Austinite Josh Frank and Pixies frontman Black Francis have collaborated to write The Good Inn, a novel of the first narrative pornographic film set in Paris during the early 1900s. Frank, along wi

BookPeople's April Fool's Day Puppet Show Storytime


Some of BookPeople's goofiest booksellers will take the stage and perform a puppet rendition of Pearl & Wagnor: One Funny Day, which is about the holiday devoted to solely to jokes.

Tiny Tails to You Petting Zoo Storytime


Get your squee on with the finest selection of soft and cuddly bunnies, ducklings, chinchillas and plenty more while trying to pay attention to storytime.

Book Signing and Discussion: The Idealist by Nina Munk


For the past six years, Nina Munk has reported deeply on the Millennium Villages Project started by Jeffery Sachs in 2006 in an attempt to end global poverty. Munk accompanied Sachs on his official

Book Launch and Signing: The Blood Promise


Not just a book launch, this is a chance to appear in a mystery novel. Author Mark Pryor will be speaking and signing his third novel in the Hugo Marston mystery series. He will also pull three nam

BookPeople Presents: E.R. Bills Discussion of Texas Obscurities


Austin sat the first all-woman state supreme court in the nation in 1925. A utopian colony thrived in Kristenstad during the Great Depression. Bats taken from the Bracken and Ney Caves and Devil

Texas Book Fest Local Lit Picks

4 x 4: Texas Book Fest director picks top 4 Austin literary spots and 4 local authors she loves

By Sofia Sokolove

Steph Opitz, Texas Book Festival’s new literary director, has been in Austin just since the beginning of the summer, but she’s already staked out her favorite coffee shops and made fast ...

Louisa Hall: The Carriage House reading and signing


After suffering a stroke, patriarch William Adair wakes up in his hospital bed and realizes that his family has changed: they are less extraordinary than he had remembered. For more than 30 years,

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