Celebrate Forgotten Women in History with Marie Benedict, Kate Moore, Heather Webb, and Katharine Gregorio

The Sourcebooks BookLight Events series presents a Women’s History Month event with authors Marie Benedict, Kate Moore, Heather Webb, and Katharine Gregorio and host Mary O’Malley of Skylark Bookshop. They will be speaking about telling the stories of forgotten women in history, showcased in their new releases. 

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Her Hidden Genius: A Novel By Marie Benedict Cover Image
ISBN: 9781728229393
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Published: Sourcebooks Landmark - January 25th, 2022

The Woman They Could Not Silence: The Shocking Story of a Woman Who Dared to Fight Back By Kate Moore Cover Image
ISBN: 9781728242576
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Published: Sourcebooks - February 22nd, 2022

The Next Ship Home: A Novel of Ellis Island By Heather Webb Cover Image
ISBN: 9781728258256
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Published: Sourcebooks Landmark - February 22nd, 2022

The Double Life of Katharine Clark: The Untold Story of the Fearless Journalist Who Risked Her Life for Truth and Justice By Katharine Gregorio Cover Image
ISBN: 9781728248417
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Published: Sourcebooks - March 15th, 2022

An Evening of Poetry with James Morehead: portraits of red and gray

Join us for an evening of poetry with James Morehead as we celebrate the release of his latest collection of poetry, portraits of red and gray: memoir poems.

In this collection of memoir poems, James C. Morehead brings universal themes to life through journeys to the USSR and the mountains of Tuscany, the concert halls in San Francisco and a tiny town in Wyoming, the cables of Yosemite's Half Dome and the beaches of Normandy.

Traps, Poisons, and Malice: Meet three authors from Encircle Publications and Publisher Eddie Vincent.

Please join us as we welcome authors  BJ Magnani, Matt Cost, and Kevin St. Jarre to our Zoom stage for readings and a discussion of their most recent books.  Their conversation will be moderated by Eddie Vincent, the Publisher of Encircle Publications.  

About the books and authors:

First to Fall: Elijah Lovejoy and his Fight for a Free Press in the Age of Slavery. A Book Reading and Discussion with Ken Ellingwood


Journalist and author Ken Ellingwood will discuss his 2021 publication First To Fall, a biography of American abolitionist journalist and newspaper editor Elijah Lovejoy. Lovejoy's life and times provide crucial insight into a central topic of U.S. history as well as its present - the freedom of speech and expression, including freedom of the press. Presented by Champlain College in collaboration with Phoenix Books, this virtual event is free and open to all. 

Happy Birthday Clifford!

Join us for a special virtual story time featuring our bookstore dog Bentley and his sister Destiny as we celebrate Clifford the Big Red Dog's birthday! Their human Will will be reading a selection of Clifford stories.

Registration is free, but book purchases are welcomed and appreciated.

Rebecca Firth: The Cake Book

Calling all bakers! Join us as we welcome Rebecca Firth to our Zoom stage to celebrate the release of The Cake Book: Beautiful Sweet Treats for Every Craving.  Whether you are a casual baker and want to whip up something quick and yummy, or you are experienced and planning to put in the extra time for that glorious cake, you are sure to find something to swoon over!