Southwest Book Fiesta

The Southwest Book Fiesta
Albuquerque Convention Center, Southeast Hall
May 10-12, 2013

Bookworks is the official bookseller of the first annual Southwest Book Fiesta.

Featured authors include David Morrell, T.J. English, Deborah Madison, Ace Atkins, Margaret Wrinkle, Darynda Jones, Margaret Coel, and many others.

A Main Stage will feature author headliners, most of whom will sign at Bookworks' booth directly after they stage appearance. Author readings, publishing panels, and writing seminars will take place in the break-out rooms from 9am through the day all weekend.

Genres represented include children's, literary fiction, new non-fiction, mystery, true crime, cooking, and romance.

This family friendly weekend will bring together authors, publishers, and the public for a fun, educational and inexpensive way to spend Mother's Day weekend. Friday is Student's Day, Saturday is Rambo Day, and Sunday is Mother's Day. Stay tuned to the Southwest Book Fiesta website for developments, special promotions, and discounts!

www.swbookfiesta.com

$25.99
ISBN-13: 9780316216791
Availability: Special Order – Price & Availability May Change
Published: Mulholland Books, 5/2013

$15.99
ISBN-13: 9780061824586
Availability: In Stock at Warehouse – Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: William Morrow Paperbacks, 3/2012

$26.95
ISBN-13: 9780399161575
Availability: Special Order – Price & Availability May Change
Published: Putnam Adult, 5/2013

Wash (Hardcover)

$25.00
ISBN-13: 9780802120663
Availability: In Stock at Warehouse – Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2/2013

$40.00
ISBN-13: 9781607741916
Availability: In Stock at Warehouse – Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Ten Speed Press, 3/2013

$24.99
ISBN-13: 9781250014467
Availability: Special Order – Price & Availability May Change
Published: St. Martin's Press, 10/2012




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Joaquin Zihuatenejo, March 3, 7pm
Like and Share, new poems

Courtney White, March 7, 3pm
Age of Consequences


Lisa See, March 10, 7pm
China Dolls, new fiction in paperback

 

Hannah Nordhaus, March 12, 7pm
American Ghost, a true-life ghost story

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