11.16.09 Margaret Atwood: The Year of the Flood

11/16/2009 7:00 pm

Margaret Atwood and her partner, Graeme Gibson (author of The Bedside Book of Birds), will be in

Albuquerque mid-November!  Tickets for the event will be $10, of which 100% will be donated to the group Wild Earth Guardians.  Atwood is the author of many novels, notably The Handmaid's Tale, and Oryx and Crake - the novel to which The Year of the Flood is written as a prequel.

Gibson will discuss his book The Bedside Book of Beasts, a collection of writing focused on the connection between humans and the creatures they endeavor to tame.

 

This event will be held November 16 at 7pm at Woodward Hall at UNM.  Tickets may be purchased at Bookworks, by calling the store at 505.344.8139, or online!

 

IMPORTANT: Ticket orders placed on the website should be paid for online.  Ticket orders that indicate in store payment will not be reserved: please call us and pay over the phone, or come into the store to buy them. 

11/16/09: Ticket sales online are ended - we'll have tickets and books available for purchase at the door (credit cards can be processed there, too!) beginning at 6pm.

$26.95
ISBN-13: 9780385528771
Availability: Special Order – Price & Availability May Change
Published: Nan A. Talese, 9/2009

$35.00
ISBN-13: 9780385524599
Availability: Special Order – Price & Availability May Change
Published: Nan A. Talese, 11/2009

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