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Join Canadian writer Marianne Miller as she shares her debut novel, We Were The Bullfighters, about a young Ernest Hemingway who covers bank robber Red Ryan's daring prison break for the Toronto Daily Star. Marianne will be in conversation with Jim Phelan, a Distinguished Professor of English and the Director of Project Narrative at Ohio State University, and a Hemingway expert.
Registration is on Eventbrite. The purchase of We Were The Bullfighters waives the $5 registration fee.
THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this program.

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From the bestselling author of Disappearing Earth which was a finalist for the National Book Award, Julia Phillips, the Gramercy Book Club selection for August is Bear, a story about the bonds of sisterhood and the mysteries of the animals that live among us—and within us. Leading story scientist and author Angus Fletcher will facilitate the group discussion and interview Phillips, who will join via Zoom in the latter portion of the evening.
Kittie’s will be open only to attendees, beginning at 5:00 pm, with beverages and sweet and savory snacks available for purchase. Book discussion begins at 6:30 pm.
Registration is on Eventbrite. A ticket to this program includes a signed copy of Bear. It is strongly encouraged that registrants read the book prior to the program.
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this program.

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Join longtime Ohio forensic psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Smalldon as he launches That Beast Was Not Me: One Forensic Psychologist, Five Decades of Conversations with Killers. Smalldon will be in conversation with Andrew Welsh-Huggins, author of No Winners Here Tonight, the definitive history of the death penalty in Ohio.
Registration is on Eventbrite. 
BUCKEYE CRIME WRITERS is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this program.

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Join former Ohio Supreme Court Justice, author and playwright Herb Brown to learn more about his latest novel, Darkness Lies in Wait, a psychological thriller inspired by a case argued before him decades earlier. Brown will be in conversation with crime writer Jonathan Fredrick.
Registration is on Eventbrite.
BUCKEYE CRIME WRITERS is Gramercy's Community Partner for this program.

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CELEBRATE BOOKSTORE ROMANCE DAY AT GRAMERY BOOKS!

Saturday, August 17, 2024 - 9:00am to 8:00pm

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Love is in the air! Gramercy Books invites you to join us on Bookstore Romance Day as we celebrate Romance fiction, its writers and readers. Don’t miss our Blind-Date-with-a-Book, our 20% discount of bookseller Romance recommendations, and an afternoon book signing with four Central Ohio Romance authors: Jen DevonJason DuttonKerry Winfrey, Libby Kay, Kristy Boyce, and Lindsey Lanza!
This event is free. No registration is required!

Join feminist journalist, cultural critic, and author Sarah Seltzer to learn more about her captivating novel, The Singer Sisters, where two generations of a folk-rock dynasty collide over art, love, longing, and family secrets. Sarah will be in conversation with singer/songwriter and author Sally FIngerett.
Registration is on Eventbrite. The purchase of The Singer Sisters waives the $5 registration fee.
NATALIE’S and ZEPPELIN PRODUCTIONS are Gramercy’s Community Partners for this program.

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Join us as for our annual Local Author Festival. The free afternoon features the work of 40 independently published and small press authors from Central Ohio. Gramercy Books co-hosts this popular program with Bexley Public Library, and it is held in the library’s auditorium.

No registration is required to attend. Participating authors to be announced by early July.

Join booksellers Katie Cerqua and Nikki Snyder who will facilitate a book discussion of The Ornithologist’s Field Guide to Love by India Holton. In this historical-fantasy rom-com, rival ornithologists hunt through England for a rare magical bird. 
A social hour at Kittie’s will precede the program at 5:00 pm, with the book discussion beginning at 6:15 pm.
Registration is on Eventbrite. A ticket to this program includes a copy of the book and a beverage at Kittie’s. It is strongly encouraged that registrants read the book prior to the program.

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Join tech exec turned author of tech thrillers, Mike Trigg, to learn about his second novel, Burner, an all too plausible contemporary tale that examines the social and personal consequences of our technology-obsessed culture. Mike will be in conversation with mystery and crime writer Andrew Welsh-Huggins.
Registration is on Eventbrite. The purchase of Burner waives the $5 registration fee.
BUCKEYE CRIME WRITERS is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this program.

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Join writer, poet, and naturalist Jarod K. Anderson for the launch of his new memoir, Something in the Woods Loves You, an inspiring blend of nature writing and memoir that explores nature’s crucial role in our emotional and mental health. Anderson will be in conversation with award-winning essayist, author of Mothertrucker, and Denison University scholar Amy Butcher.
Registration is on Eventbrite. The purchase of Something in the Woods Loves You waives the $5 registration fee.
DENISON UNIVERSITY’s ENGLISH DEPARTMENT is Gramercy’s Community Partner for this author program.

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Meet and talk with Voice of America’s chief national correspondent Steve Herman, for an intimate book signing for Behind the White House Curtain: A Senior Journalist’s Story of Covering the President and Why It Matters,
This is a first-come first-served open signing with store capacity limited to 70 people in the store at a time.

Come celebrate a bestselling author and his sparkling literary tale with a glass of Prosecco (or wine)! Acclaimed author of The Pale Blue Eye and Jackie and Me, Louis Bayard, will share his brilliant and original The Wildes: A Novel in Five Acts, an empathetic story about Oscar Wilde’s wife Constance and their two sons in the aftermath of the famous playwright’s imprisonment for homosexuality, told against the backdrop of Victorian England and World War I.
Tickets at $50 available through Eventbrite include a glass of Prosecco (or wine) and hors d’oeuvres, a meet ‘n greet and Bayard’s book talk, and a copy of his novel (including tax), which he will sign after the program.

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