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An Evening with Charles Fergus

What a fantastic book! Strong, well-drawn characters, rich attention to natural detail, and a haunting narrative make this a series to get excited about.” — Paul Doiron, author of the Mike Bowditch Mystery Series

Join us as we welcome Charles Fergus to our virtual event stage for a talk on his new mystery, Nighthawk's Wing, the second in the Gideon Stoltz Mystery series.   

An Evening with Peter Hogenkamp

Phoenix Books is thrilled to present an evening with Dr. Peter Hogenkamp for a discussion of his latest novel, The Vatican Secret, an explosive thriller full of treachery, international conspiracy and non-stop action. 

There is a nuclear weapon in the hands of the Vatican City's deadliest enemy. And time is running out to stop an attack...

American Cider: A Virtual Tasting and Discussion

Eden Seciality Ciders and Phoenix Books present American Cider: A Virtual Tasting and Discusson, featuring authors Dan Pucci and Craig Cavallo, along with Eden Specialty Ciders’ Founder Eleanor Leger will lead a virtual tasting and deep dive discussion into the current world of American cider. From orchards to apple varieties, dry ciders to ice ciders, learn more about this distinctive beverage, while tasting some of America’s best ciders!

Virtual Origami Workshop with Joel Stern!

Grab some origami paper* and join us for a fun, all-ages workshop with renowned origami artist and author Joel Stern!  Fold-along with Joel as he shows us how to create 5 animals from his most recent kit, My First Origami Animals Kit:  Speedy the Turtle, Downy the Duck, Grasshopper Gus, Patches the Panda, and Clara Cluckworthy.  

*if you don't have any origami paper at home, cut some sheets to 6" squares to use for the event.

Children Under Fire: An American Crisis

Phoenix Books is honored to host journalist John Woodrow Cox for a discussion of his timely and critically important new book, Children Under Fire.  John will be in conversation with reporter Daniel Dale from CNN's Washington Bureau. 

ABOUT THE BOOK:  Based on the acclaimed series—a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize—an intimate account of the devastating effects of gun violence on our nation’s children, and a call to action for a new way forward

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