BOOKWORKS is located at 4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW, in Albuquerque's North Valley, north of Griegos, in the Shops on Rio Grande, next door to Flying Star.
HOURS: M-Sat: 9am-9pm; Sun: 9am-7pm
CONTACT: 4022 Rio Grande Blvd NW, Albuquerque, NM 87107 or 505-344-8139. Staff directory
TERRY TEMPEST AND BROOKE WILLIAMS RELEASE NEW BOOK OF WORK BY TRANSCENDENTAL WRITER RICHARD JEFFRIES
SIGNED COPIES AVAILABLE: Bookworks, in collaboration with the Albuquerque Academy, hosted Terry Tempest Williams and Brooke Williams for the release of a recovered piece of literature, The Story of My Heart, by British writer Richard Jeffries. Signed copies of the book and other Terry Tempest Williams titles are available at Bookworks.
KNITTING BOOK CLUB MEETS TO READ KNIT THE SEASON
December 15, 7pm: Bookworks' newly revived knitting group is now a book club! "Reading Purls" meets the third Monday night at 7pm at Bookworks. This month's reading selection is Knit the Season by Kate Jacobs.
CELEBRATE A NEW YEAR OF BOOKS
January 1, 9am-9pm: Happy 2015! Bookworks offers a 25% discount on books all day. Start off the new year by shopping local and spend that Christmas money on something worthwhile--books!
CONFLICT PHOTOGRAPHY THE SUBJECT OF NEW BOOK
January 6, 7pm: Paul Grabhorn is a photographer and communications consultant on conflicts in war zones and on environmental issues including climate change. His new book, Seeking Light, chronicles in photos the war-torn regions including Chechnya, Bosnia, Croatia, and Somalia.
ALBUQUERQUE WRITER PUBLISHES DEBUT YOUNG ADULT NOVEL
January 15, 7pm: Maggie Hall, young adult writer from Albuquerque and former Bookworks employee, launches a new young adult novel just published from Random House, The Conspiracy of Us.
THE SCIENCE OF SKINNY
January 21, 7pm: Dee McCaffrey helps you with your New Year's dieting resolutions.
POETRY SAVES LIVES
January 24, 3pm: Albuquerque poet and organizer Zach Kluckman and contributing poets to the new Swimming with Elephants Publications book, Trigger Warning: How Poetry Saved My Life, perform at Bookworks.
FIRE SEASON AUTHOR RECOUNTS FAMILY TRAGEDY IN NEW MEMOIR
February 19, 7pm: Silver City author Philip Connors visits Bookworks to talk about hew new memoir from W.W. Norton, All the Wrong Places, the follow-up to his award-winning book, Fire Season, and an exploration of the family tragedy that drove him to leaving a life in New York City for the fire towers of New Mexico.
INDIE FAVORITE GABRIELLE ZEVIN VISITS BOOKWORKS
February 25, 7pm: Gabrielle Zevin, author of the indie favorite, The Storied Life of AJ Fikry, visits Bookworks to read from the book, to be released in paperback. The novel tells the story of Fikry, owner of Island Books, in Zevin's love letter to the world of books.