Sunday, November 1, 2009

November Events

November 3-4 -- Visit Concordia College, BJC reads Tuesday, Nov. 3 in Riverside
Rooms (Lower lever of Concordia College Student Center) at 7:30PM. Reading is open to the public. Q & A and book sales following. Host: Mark Looker, Professor of English, Director, Kreft Arts Program) Wednesday morning 10 - 11 a.m. (Nov. 4) visit classroom to discuss AMERICAN SALVAGE.

Nov. 6 -- 5:00 - 7:00 Kalamazoo Art Hop. I'll be at the Kalamazoo Center for Book Arts in the Park Trades building.

Nov. 9 -- 2:00 Phone interview with Christopher Walton, of the Detroit Free Press.

Nov. 10 -- 4:00 Interview with WDET-FM,at WMUK studio

Nov. 11-12 -- Elgin Community College, Elgin, IL. Class visit and reading, Thursday, Nov. 12, 7:30 pm in VPA 191D. (Contact: Rachael Tecza.)

Nov. 13 -- 4:00 WBEZ interview with Donna Seaman in Chicago. ALA, at 50 E. Huron (just a couple of blocks West of Michigan Avenue)

Nov. 20 -- 10:30 -11:15 National Public Radio interview with Steve Inskeep or Rene Montagne, conducted at WMUK public radio studios in Kalamazoo.

Nov. 21 --- Saturday, 2:00 - 4:00, Booksigning, Barnes & Noble Battle Creek, Lakeview Sq., 5701 Beckley Rd., Battle Creek, MI 49015, (269) 979-8060

Dec. 13 2-4 pm Barnes & Noble Portage, on Westnedge Ave.

January 7 - 17, 2010 (Thursday - Sunday) --- Pacific University Low Residency MFA residency at Seaside

February 18 -- Forest Grove, Oregon reading.

March 7-12 Residency at University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis MN.

March 14 - 19, 2010 --- STORY WEEK, Thursday 3/18 6 pm, BJC reads at Metro, 3730 N. Clark, Chicago, IL, open to all ages.

April 7-10 (2010) AWP Conference (reading as part of the Southern Review 75th anniversary reading).

April 25 - Saturday, 2-4 pm Downtown Writers Series at Scarab Club, Detroit, Michigan.

June 17-27, 2010 --- Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR, ten-day residency

October 5-8 Literary Festival, 33rd annual, Old Dominion University, Virginia writing conference. Contact Janet Peery.

1 comment:

  1. Bonnie Jo!
    I loved your interview w/ John G. I'm so excited for you, too!

    BTW, I meant to ask you how you ordered those tattoos? Loved those.

    And this know, I've got one here in Honolulu that matches yours to a 3 legged cows fact, no cows at all.

    Say hi/eee-aw to the donkeys for me, too.