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Story Time!

07/26/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Marc Friedlander, Classical Guitar

07/29/2018 - 6:00PM

Marc Friedlander is a classical guitarist from New York City, who has studied the guitar beginning at age 12 and performed within the USA and internationally in art gallery showings, private functions and affairs, senior centers, and in music schools. Specializing in J.S. Bach, the Spanish Romantic composers, and many of the “standards” (Leyenda, Pachelbel’s Canon, Recuerdos de la Alhambra), Friedlander plays their music with commitment and passion.  ...

Mountains and Plains Booksellers Association Board Meet Up--RSVP bookseller event!

08/02/2018 - 6:00PM

The Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers Association Board of Directors is coming to Albuquerque! Meet board members and the Executive Director, Heather Duncan, and ask the board questions about membership and the organization. Mingle with fellow local booksellers and enjoy light fare at Bookworks! All interested booksellers, publishers, and sales reps are welcome. Please RSVP at this link.

Story Time!

08/02/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Sage & Jared's Happy Gland Band

08/05/2018 - 3:00PM

Sage Harrington and Jared Putnam, AKA The Happy Gland Band, play a free set at Bookworks. Come enjoy their fun and quirky music in our relaxed environment. Donations welcome. Follow the Happy Gland Band and their music on Facebook at facebook.com/SageAndJaredsHappyGlandBand.

Bookworks Book Club discusses A Sleepwalker's Guide to Dancing by Mira Jacob

08/08/2018 - 6:30PM

This month's book club selection is Sleepwalker's Guide to Dancing by Mira Jacob. Bookworks Book Club is free and open to all members. The reading is list is attached below and can also be found at the book club's page at bkwrks.com/bookworks-book-club Bookworks Book Club is our store's longest-running book club, having been in session for more than twenty years. It meets the second Wednesday evening at 6:30 at Bookworks. Discussion leaders rotate monthly and the list vascillates...

Story Time!

08/09/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Charlotte Johnson Frisbie, Food Sovereignty the Navajo Way: Cooking with Tall Woman

08/12/2018 - 3:00PM

Food Sovereignty the Navajo Way is the first book to focus on the dietary practices of the Navajos from the earliest known times into the present and relate them to the Navajo Nation's participation in the food sovereignty movement. Around the world, indigenous peoples are returning to traditional foods produced by traditional methods of subsistence. The goal of controlling their own food systems, known as food sovereignty, is to reestablish healthy lifeways to combat contemporary...

Alfredo Corchado, Homelands, Mexican migration from the 1980s to present

08/13/2018 - 6:00PM

From prizewinning journalist and immigration expert Alfredo Corchado comes the sweeping story of the great Mexican migration from the late 1980s to today.  When Alfredo Corchado moved to Philadelphia in 1987, he felt as if he was the only Mexican in the city. But in a restaurant called Tequilas, he connected with two other Mexican men and one Mexican American, all feeling similarly isolated. Over the next three decades, the four friends continued to meet, coming together over their shared...

Wingbeats Poetry Workshop

08/14/2018 - 6:00PM

Dos Gatos Press conducts its monthly free poetry writing workshop at Bookworks, using prompts from its Wingbeats poetry anthology. Bring writing accoutrement and come for some free writing fun. Scott Wiggerman leads “Sentimental Immunity: the Animal Poem,” an exercise by Adrienne Su from Wingbeats II.

Jerry Mitchell, Killing Godiva's Horse

08/16/2018 - 6:00PM

Ranger Jack Chastain returns in Killing Godiva's Horse, set in national parks on opposite sides of the world. What's at stake? Lives, heritage, and truth. Chastain is pulled into battle by a man trying to start a western lands rebellion. To hide him until the storm passes, Jack is sent to Kenya to finish the research of a scientist killed by rhino poachers. While there, he hears something quite unexpected--and shocking. The campfire revelation pitches Jack into a dangerous investigation of a...

Story Time!

08/16/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Katherine DiBella Seluja, Gather the Night

08/19/2018 - 3:00PM

This debut collection reads like an elegy, not just for the author's brother Lou, stricken with schizophrenia, but for all families affected by mental illness. Through multiple personae and a variety of styles, Seluja offers a gritty authenticity and empathy to the subjects and themes. These poems grieve for a world of the lost while extending solace to those who remain and remember. Katherine DiBella Seluja is a pediatric nurse practitioner and a poet.

Story Time!

08/23/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Mary Carter, I Sarah Steinway

08/23/2018 - 6:00PM

Sarah Steinway survives a catastrophic flood by moving into her treehouselocated on the northern shoreline of the San Francisco Bay. Sarah, aged seventy-five, observes from her perch a rise in sea level that engulfs the entire landscape for as far as she can see. With snark and pluck, she survives in her treehouse for five years.She records the flood, narrates her survival, and leavens her story with gusts of biting humor. Somewhat sheepishly as a secular Jew, Sarah turns for comfort to Torah....

Caroline Fraser, Prairie Fires: The American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder

08/24/2018 - 6:00PM

The first comprehensive historical biography of Laura Ingalls Wilder, the beloved author of the Little House on the Prairie books One of The New York Times Book Review's 10 Best Books of the Year Millions of readers of Little House on the Prairie believe they know Laura Ingalls--the pioneer girl who survived blizzards and near-starvation on the Great Plains, and the woman who wrote the famous autobiographical books. But the true saga of her life has never been fully...

Rosanna Hardin Hall, Poesia: A Memoir of Painting in Venetian Gardens with Giorgione

08/25/2018 - 3:00PM

Rosanna Hardin Hall, a former resident of Santa Fe and Taos (journalist and artist in New Mexico) has published Poesia: A Memoir of Painting in Venetian Gardens with Giorgione. While the book, profusely illustrated with her lovely watercolors and paintings, focuses on the High Renaissance in Venice and on the painter Giorgione, and her painting in Venice in “secret gardens,” it also provides many details (and illustrations) from her New Mexico years. In addition, it is a memoir of growing...

New Mexico Press Women Honors Max Evans!

08/26/2018 - 2:00PM

New Mexico Press Women celebrate Max Evans' birthday at Bookworks! Come celebrate with cake, stories, and lots of free fun! (Note 2 pm start time.)

Merimee Moffitt, Notes on Serenity: An ABC of Addiction

08/28/2018 - 6:00PM

Albuquerque author Merimee Moffitt reads from her new book, Notes on Serenity, at Bookworks "I arrived in New Mexico from Portland, Oregon, May 1, 1970. First contact with the ground was a grocery store parking lot where we all were making bologna and green chile sandwiches. Nothing ever tasted so good, white Wonder bread and all. My bare leg and foot sunned while the other remained in the car. I was following directions to stay with the stuff. My car mates also were escapees from the Pacific...

Story Time!

08/30/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second Amendment

09/05/2018 - 6:00PM

With President Trump suggesting that teachers arm themselves, with the NRA portrayed as a group of "patriots" helping to Make America Great Again, with high school students across the country demanding a solution to the crisis, everyone in America needs to engage in the discussion about our future with an informed, historical perspective on the role of guns in our society. America is at a critical turning point. What is the future for our children? Loaded: A Disarming History of the Second...

William Powers, Dispatches from the Sweet Life: One Family, Five Acres, and a Community’s Quest to Reinvent the World

09/06/2018 - 6:00PM

A youngish couple, disenchanted with America’s work-and-spend treadmill, leave New York City with their newborn for an unlikely place: a subtropical town where the Andes meets the Amazon, in Bolivia. They’re lured by the potential of the “Sweet Life”—or suma quamaña—a Bolivian philosophy positing that happiness is only achieved in deep human community and in balance with nature.   Initially, the family discovers a blossoming Transition Town—with a miniscule carbon footprint, organic...

Story Time!

09/06/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families.   

Kersten Hamilton, Days of the Dead

09/08/2018 - 11:00AM

By the critically acclaimed author of Tyger Tyger, a warm, magical story of a girl's struggle to keep a promise to her dead mother.  Glorieta Magdalena Davis Espinosa is happy that Papi married Alice. She's happy that he can smile again after years of mourning Mamá. But the urn containing Mamá's ashes disappeared into a drawer the day Alice moved in.  If everything about Glorieta's life is going to change, then she wants one thing to go her way: She wants to hear stories about...

Paul Secord and Katherine Augustine present new work of New Mexico history

09/08/2018 - 3:00PM

Authors Paul Secord and Katherine Augustine present new work at Bookworks. Secord has just published two new history books: The Maisel's Murals and The Galisteo Basin and Cerrillos Hills. Augustine will be presenting her new book, Growing Up and Looking Out, My Life From Laguna Pueblo to Albuquerque About The Maisel's Murals: The murals fronting the entrance of Skip Maisel's Indian Jewelry and Crafts store at 510 Central Avenue SW in Albuquerque, New Mexico are a treasure...

Andrew Lawler, The Secret Token: Myth, Obsession, and the Search for the Lost Colony of Roanoke

09/10/2018 - 6:00PM

In 1587, 115 men, women, and children arrived at Roanoke Island on the coast of North Carolina to establish the first English colony in the New World. But when its leader returned to Roanoke from a resupply mission, the settlers had vanished, leaving behind only a single clue—a “secret token” etched into a tree. What happened to the colonists? That question has consumed historians, archeologists, and amateur sleuths ever since. In The Secret Token, Andrew Lawler sets out on a quest to...

Wingbeats Poetry Workshop

09/11/2018 - 6:00PM

Dos Gatos Press conducts its monthly free poetry writing workshop at Bookworks, using prompts from its Wingbeats poetry anthology. Bring writing accoutrement and come for some free writing fun. David Meischen leads “My Mother’s Clothes,” an exercise by Jane Hilberry from Wingbeats.  

Bookworks Book Club discusses Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral by Kris Radish

09/12/2018 - 6:30PM

This month's book club selection is Annie Freeman's Fabulous Traveling Funeral by Kris Radish. Bookworks Book Club is free and open to all members. The reading is list is attached below and can also be found at the book club's page at bkwrks.com/bookworks-book-club Bookworks Book Club is our store's longest-running book club, having been in session for more than twenty years. It meets the second Wednesday evening at 6:30 at Bookworks. Discussion leaders rotate monthly and the list...

Story Time!

09/13/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families.   

Gabriela Aleman, Poso Wells, Ecuador Noir

09/14/2018 - 6:00PM

Celebrated Ecuadorian author Gabriela Alemán's first work to appear in English: a noir, feminist eco-thriller in which venally corrupt politicians and greedy land speculators finally get their just comeuppance! "One part Thomas Pynchon, one part Gabriel García Marquez, and one part Raymond Chandler, Alemán's novel contains mystery, horror, humor, absurdity, and political commentary . . . A concoction of political thriller and absurdist literary mystery that never fails to entertain."--Kirkus...

Alex Beard, The Lying King, Special Storytime

09/15/2018 - 11:00AM

Can warthogs fly? Do tigers eat tomatoes?  For answers, follow along as Warthog lies his way to the throne in this timeless, yet most timely, Tale from the Watering Hole.  Will the Truth catch up with the king?  ​Find out as Alex Beard's whimsical animals come to life to illuminate real world truths for children of all ages. With a nod to Aesop and Kipling, this funny and pointed parable has lessons for everyone, from the playground to the boardroom and beyond! Alex Beard is...

Kat Meads, Miss Jane: The Lost Years, in conversation with Jeanetta Calhoun Mish

09/15/2018 - 3:00PM

Kat Meads reads from and explores her new book, Miss Jane: The Lost Years, with New Mexi-Okie writer and Oklahoma Poet Laureate, Jeanetta Calhoun Mish.  Meads' novel is a spirited dive into power and sexual politics narrated by a fierce (and funny) female chorus, Miss Jane: The Lost Years: The Lost Yeras chronicles farm girl Jane's entanglement with Prof P, serial bedder of undergrads, and education in all things: books, partners, economics and selfhood. Supporting cast: therapists,...

Western Women Writers Conference

09/15/2018 - 9:00AM

Coffee, water and bagels will be offered at registration. There will be an introductory panel to introduce the conference guests--Anne Hillerman, Darynda Jones, Karin Kallmaker, and Rena Distasio-editor. After lunch there will be readings from local authors: Nat Burns, Kayt Peck, and Barrett. There will be a raffle to help generate funds. After the event we reconvene at O'Niell's Heights (another sponsor) for cocktails and some socializing. For more info, visit https://www....

Janet Ruth, Feathered Dreams

09/16/2018 - 3:00PM

Here, there, and everywhere we each experience a connection with Nature. In Feathered Dreams, Janet Ruth—ornithologist, poet, artist, and international birder—shares her love of birds through poem, story, and image. She relies beautifully on her scientist’s eye and artist’s heart to recreate the magic we can encounter when we stop to watch and listen. Dedicated to 2018—The Year of the Bird—the collection introduces us to birds familiar and exotic, from grasshopper sparrows (her...

J.C. Cervantes, The Storm Runner, Rick Riordan Presents--for kids

09/18/2018 - 6:00PM

To prevent the Mayan gods from battling each other and destroying the world, thirteen-year-old Zane must unravel an ancient prophecy, stop an evil god, and discover how the physical disability that makes him reliant on a cane also connects him to his father and his ancestry. A contemporary adventure based on Mayan mythology from Rick Riordan Presents!  Zane has always enjoyed exploring the dormant volcano near his home in New Mexico, even though hiking it is challenging. He'd much rather...

Thomas Fox Averill, Found Documents from the Life of Nell Johnson Doerr

09/19/2018 - 6:00PM

Not just epistolary, this novel is archival, told entirely through journals, letters, photos, drawings, notes, and clippings left behind by Nell Doerr, who lived in Lawrence, Kansas, between 1854 and 1889. Although Nell seems so real you can reach out and touch her, she is a fictional character. The novel tells the story of her two stillborn babies, her move to Kansas, the loss of her husband in Quantrill's Raid, and her discovery, while hiding in her basement, of the fossils of ancient...

Story Time!

09/20/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families.   

Charles Lafond, Note to Self: Creating Your Guide to a More Spiritual Life

09/20/2018 - 6:00PM

What do you want for your life? Who do you want to be in your life, and how do you want to live? When it comes to making a consistent effort to be a better person, it helps to have constant reminders encouraging you along the way. In Note to Self: Creating Your Guide to a More Spiritual Life, Episcopal priest Charles LaFond introduces readers to the concept of a "Rule of Life," an ancient method for building soul memory and offering reminders to ourselves of the person we hope to be--in...

Nasario Garcia, No More Bingo Comadre: Stories

09/22/2018 - 3:00PM

It takes all kinds to populate Northern New Mexico, and this book has every one: from gypsies and gamblers to ranchers and criminals. Noted author Nasario García introduces us to some of these people and the challenges they face. The title character, Adelfa, flirts with the glamour of casinos and finds herself addicted to gambling. Sam "Spam" Austin, an inmate serving a long sentence for murder, is paroled, attends medical school, and becomes a doctor. The affable grandfather in "Yo Quiero...

Story Time!

09/27/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families.   

Ethelbert Miller, If God Invented Baseball

09/29/2018 - 3:00PM

Here are poems that celebrate and interpret the game by one of America's finest poets. They are for everyone who has experienced the magic released when three holy things come together: bat, ball and glove.  If God Invented Baseball is a complete game of baseball poems, a full nine innings pitched by a "master twirler," whose complete arsenal includes fastballs, curves and change-ups, and the occasional knuckler, to keep readers swinging for the fences, his full artistry on display....

Story Time!

10/04/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Jennifer Johnson, An Awakening Walk: 500 Miles to Self-Love and Acceptance on the Camino de Santiago

10/04/2018 - 6:00PM

Since her solo journey on the Camino de Santiago in 2015, Jennifer Winn Johnson has spent her summers introducing fellow travelers to the Camino. These group tours, which she offers through her travel company, Winn Journeys, offer a different and expanded view of this sacred path. During the winter season, Jennifer is a caterer in Rancho Mirage, California, where she lives with her two rescue dogs. This book is a narrative of the journey that shook the author to her core. Shedding layers of...

Margaret Randall, Time's Language

10/06/2018 - 3:00PM


Margaret Randall, Time's Language

10/06/2018 - 3:00PM

Margaret Randall presents new work

Lauren Teffeau, Implanted, and Rebecca Roanhorse, Trail of Lightning

10/07/2018 - 3:00PM

Lauren Teffeau, author of Implanted, and Rebecca Roanhorse, author of Trail of Lightning, read at Bookworks. About Implanted: The data stored in her blood can save a city on the brink... or destroy it, in this gripping cyberpunk thriller When college student Emery Driscoll is blackmailed into being a courier for a clandestine organisation, she's cut off from the neural implant community which binds the domed city of New Worth together. Her new employers exploit her rare condition which...

Wingbeats Poetry Workshop

10/09/2018 - 6:00PM

Scott Wiggerman and David Meischen of Dos Gatos Press present their monthly free poetry writing workshop using prompts from writers found in their Wingbeats Anthologies. Bring writing accoutrement!

Bookworks Book Club

10/10/2018 - 6:30PM

Bookworks Book Club meets to discuss The Forger's Spell by Edward Dolnick. Book club is free and open to all interested parties. Book club purchases receive 10% off at Bookworks.

Story Time!

10/11/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Cathryn Hankla, Lost Places: On Losing and Finding Home

10/13/2018 - 3:00PM

Founded in fieldwork and reflection, Lost Places follows the author from small towns and rural landscapes, through a transitional city neighborhood, to the challenging construction of an urban renewal loft, as she struggles to renovate living spaces and transform relationships after an early divorce. Hankla charts a path through enigmatic encounters with snakes and contemplations of Thomas Jefferson's problematic biography homes, underground and ancient cities, Star Trek, the contradictory...

Ann Hedlund, Ramona Sakiestewa, and Peter Hilller, Navajo Weavers of the American Southwest

10/14/2018 - 3:00PM

From the mid-17th century to the present day, herding sheep, carding wool, spinning yarn, dyeing with native plants, and weaving on iconic upright looms have all been steps in the intricate process of Navajo blanket and rug making in the American Southwest. Beginning in the late 1800s, amateur and professional photographers documented the Diné (Navajo) weavers and their artwork, and the images they captured tell the stories of the artists, their homes, and the materials, techniques, and designs...

Story Time!

10/18/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Dennis Herrick, Esteban: The African Slave Who Explored America

10/18/2018 - 6:00PM

When Pueblo Indians say, "The first white man our people saw was a black man," they are referring to Esteban, who came to New Mexico in 1539. After centuries of negative portrayals, this book highlights Esteban's importance in America's early history. Books about the history of the American West have ignored Esteban or belittled his importance, often using his slave nickname, Estebanico. What little we know about Esteban comes from Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca and other Spanish chroniclers,...

Alan Day, Cowboy Up! Life Lessons from Lazy B

10/20/2018 - 3:00PM

In Cowboy Up, Alan Day shares thirty-five stories about his experiences ranching and "cowboying" on the 200,000 acre Lazy B cattle ranch in southeastern Arizona. Alan has had adventures that most people couldn't even conjure in their wildest imaginations. Not only are those adventures fun to read and live vicariously through, but they offer insights and lessons that anyone can apply to their life even if they may never sport a cowboy hat or boots or ride a horse. H. Alan Day was raised on...

Amanda Searcy, Watch You Burn

10/22/2018 - 6:00PM

From the author of The Truth Beneath the Lies, which the bestselling author of One of Us Is Lying, Karen M. McManus, called "smart, suspenseful, and unpredictable," comes a psychological thriller about a girl who must keep her arsonist ways hidden--or watch her life go up in flames. Jenny didn't want to move to the creepy, possibly haunted town with her dad. But the cops are on to her, and the only way she can protect herself is by moving as far away from her hometown as...

Story Time!

10/25/2018 - 10:30AM

Story Time is every Thursday at 10:30 am. Free and open to all children and families. 

Eileen Truax, We Built the Wall: How the Us Keeps Out Asylum Seekers from Mexico, Central America and Beyond

10/25/2018 - 6:00PM

A Mexican-American Lawyer Exposes a Corrupt U.S. Asylum Procedure and the Despotism of the Mexican Government  From a storefront law office in the U.S. border city of El Paso, Texas, one man set out to challenge that system and tear down the great wall of indifference raised between the US and Mexico. Carlos Specter has filed hundreds of political asylum cases on behalf of human rights defenders, journalists, and political dissidents. Though his legal activism has only inched the process...

Nell Painter, Old in Art School

10/30/2018 - 6:00PM

A Library Journal Editors' Spring Pick: 1 of 34 Titles to Wave a Flag About  "Old in Art School is a glorious achievement--bighearted and critical, insightful and entertaining. This book is a cup of courage for everyone who wants to change their lives." --Tayari Jones, author of An American Marriage and Silver Sparrow Following her retirement from Princeton University, celebrated historian Dr. Nell Irvin Painter surprised everyone in her life by returning to...

Quivira Coalition Conference

10/31/2018 to 11/02/2018

Bookworks sells books at the annual Quivira Coalition Conference, Regenerate: Nurture Diversity, Build Resilience. For more info and to register, please visit: www.quiviracoalition.org

Bookworks and the Albuquerque Public Library Foundation Present A Word with Writers: Hampton Sides

11/01/2018 - 7:00PM

Bookworks and the Albuquerque Public Library Foundation Present their bi-annual literary fundraiser, A Word with Writers, with Santa Fe author Hampton Sides, on tour for his new book, On Desperate Ground. Tickets will admit two and include one signed hardcover and a donation to the Albuquerque Public Library Foundation, to be on sale later this summer. TICKETS TK About On Desperate Ground: From the New York Times bestselling author of Ghost Soldiers and In the Kingdom of...

Story Time!

11/01/2018 - 10:30AM

Bookworks hosts a free, award-winning weekly story time for kids and families. Join us for stories, songs, and an occasional craft and snack.

Amy Wallen, When We Were Ghouls

11/01/2018 - 6:00PM

When Amy E. Wallen's southern, blue-collar, peripatetic family was transferred from Ely, Nevada, to Lagos, Nigeria, she had just turned seven. From Nevada to Nigeria and on to Peru, Bolivia, and Oklahoma, the family wandered the world, living in a state of constant upheaval. When We Were Ghouls follows Wallen's recollections of her family who, like ghosts, came and went and slipped through her fingers, rendering her memories unclear. Were they a family of grave robbers, as her memory...

Story Time!

11/08/2018 - 10:30AM

Bookworks hosts a free, award-winning weekly story time for kids and families. Join us for stories, songs, and an occasional craft and snack.

Wingbeats Poetry Workshop

11/13/2018 - 6:00PM

Dos Gatos Press publisher and editor Scott Wiggerman and David Meischen present a free monthly poetry writing workshop at Bookworks featuring writing prompts from their Wingbeats Anthologies. Bring writing accoutrements!

Bookworks Book Club discusses My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem

11/14/2018 - 6:30PM

Bookworks Book Club meets monthly on the second Wednesday and is free and open to the public. This month's reading selection is My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem. Book club purchases receive a 10% discount at Bookworks.

Story Time!

11/15/2018 - 10:30AM

Bookworks hosts a free, award-winning weekly story time for kids and families. Join us for stories, songs, and an occasional craft and snack.

Story Time!

11/22/2018 - 10:30AM

Bookworks hosts a free, award-winning weekly story time for kids and families. Join us for stories, songs, and an occasional craft and snack.

David Grann, The White Darkness, at the KiMo

11/28/2018 - 7:00PM

Bookworks presents the best-selling author David Grann at the KiMo Theater, on tour for his new book, The White Darkness. Tickets will admit two and include one signed hardcover and a donation to the Albuquerque Public Library Foundation, to be on sale later this summer. TICKETS TK About The White Darkness: By the New York Times bestselling author of Killers of the Flower Moon, a powerful true story of adventure and obsession in the Antarctic, lavishly illustrated with color...

Story Time!

11/29/2018 - 10:30AM

Bookworks hosts a free, award-winning weekly story time for kids and families. Join us for stories, songs, and an occasional craft and snack.

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