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Events Prize for the Fire

Events Prize for the Fire

all events are free and open to the public

 

10/15 Enid Writers Group Centennial Celebration Keynote. "Facts, Freedom, and Fancy: Research & Imagination in Historical Fiction." 1:45 PM, 518 West Randolph, Enid, OK. The workshop is free to the public but pre-registration is required. To register contact peggy.chambers@hotmail.com.

 

10/20 Shawnee Third Thursday Reading, Featured Reader with Paul Austin. 7 PM, The Lunchbox, 217 East Main Street, Shawnee, OK

 

10/21 Chikaskia Lit Fest, a reading from Prize for the Fire. 11:30 AM, Bivins Chapel/Marshall Building, NOC campus, 100 S University, Enid, OK

 

10/23 "Fighting the Tudor Patriarchy: An Afternoon with Rilla Askew." 1 PM, The Algonquin Room, Magic City Books, 221 E Archer Street, Tulsa, OK

 

11/3 Reading and signing Prize for the Fire. 5 PM, Best of Books, Kickingbird Plaza,1313 E Danforth Road, Edmond, OK

 

11/13 Tidewater Second Sunday Reading, Featured Reader with Paul Austin. 2 PM, Tidewater Winery, 54560 West Highway 16, Drumright, OK

 

11/14 Lindum Books, Lincoln, UK. Rilla Askew in conversation with renowned British Historian Sharon Bennet Connelly, author of Heroines of the Medieval World. This is an online event, 1 PM CST (7 PM GMT) 

 

11/17 Reading and signing Prize for the Fire. 6:30 PM,  Full Circle Bookstore, 50 Penn Place, 1900 NW Expressway, Oklahoma City, OK

 

11/18 Medieval Fair Lecture "Henry's Last Martyr: Anne Askew and Henry VIII." 6:15 PM, Rosebud Room, Norman Public Library, 103 West Acres Street, Norman, OK