March 29 and March 30, 2019
Koelbel and Smoky Hill Libraries
The New York Times best-selling author will introduce young readers to his latest novel, Dragonwatch, his long-awaited sequel to “Fablehaven.” Mull will also chat about his writing process and lead a Q&A session.
Mull is passionate about igniting imagination through storytelling. His tales of epic adventure delight readers of all ages, from kids to the young at heart.
Enjoy light refreshments and a book signing. Tattered Cover Book Store will sell books onsite.
Previous Author Visits
Spend an evening with award-winning and New York Times best-selling author Nnedi Okorafor, who will share about her acclaimed novel, Who Fears Death, slated to be an HBO series.Born in the United States to Nigerian immigrant parents, Okorafor is known for weaving African culture and folklore into creative, evocative settings with memorable characters.
Okorafor’s African-based science fiction and fantasy novels include the “Binti” trilogy and Akata Witch. She has also authored several of the popular “Black Panther” Marvel comic books. Okorafor’s latest standalone series features Black Panther’s sister Shuri.
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Camron Wright shared about his works, including his newest novel, The Other Side of the Bridge. Set in San Francisco, this story intertwines two people with personal sorrows as they face the Golden Gate Bridge and look to a long-forgotten journal, which holds the key to the truth. Will there be healing for both – or heartache?
Wright is also known for his others novels, including Letters for Emily (Reader's Choice Award), The Rent Collector (Best Novel of the Year from Whitney Awards) and The Orphan Keeper (2016 Book of the Year, Gold Accolades in Multicultural Fiction from Foreword Reviews and Best General Fiction from Whitney Awards).
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Laurie Halse Anderson
Laurie Halse Anderson shared about her popular young adult fiction, including her groundbreaking debut novel Speak. Recently re-released as a graphic novel, Speak authentically captures the emotional journey of an isolated teen as she navigates high school life.
The New York Times best-selling author's readership spans young people to adults and combined, her books have sold more than eight million copies. Anderson has won several international, national and state awards and has been recognized for her efforts in championing intellectual freedom and diversity in publishing.
The award-winning journalist and former First Lady of Colorado introduced the audience to her powerful book, The Newcomers: Finding Refuge, Friendship, and Hope in an American Classroom. Her narrative non-fiction follows the lives of 22 teen immigrants – many arriving directly from refugee camps – and their first year in America at Denver's South High School.
Born in London to Irish parents, Thorpe's work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, Texas Monthly and 5280. Her first book, Just Like Us: The True Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America, was named one of the best books of the year by The Washington Post. The Denver Center for the Performing Arts adapted the non-fiction book for the stage.
Andreas M. Antonopoulos
Andreas M. Antonopoulos, best-selling author and expert, discusses the future of programmable money. Check out some of his best-selling books.
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Author A. J. Finn’s debut thriller, The Woman in the Window, is predicted to be one of 2018’s most buzzworthy books, with a major motion picture already in the works.
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