Monday, November 19, 2007

Oklahoma Authors Gather in Tulsa Nov 29th

TULSA—Nearly 20 Oklahoma authors will again gather at historic Harwelden mansion just after Thanksgiving to give the public an opportunity to buy signed books as gifts for the holidays—and to help raise funds for the Tulsa Press Club Scholarship Fund.

The third annual Oklahoma, Ink., book fair will take place from 6-8 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 29, 2007, at Harwelden, home of the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa, 2210 S. Main. This special event features a diverse array of Oklahoma authors (novelists, journalists, historians, children’s book writers and illustrators, among others) for a free public appearance and signing.

Glenda Silvey, anchor of The News on 6 noon news, is the honorary chair of this annual event.

This year’s authors are:
Carl R. Bartholomew, Plane Phenomenon
Bart Borsky, Passing Gas and Getting Paid For It: The Musings of a Comic Anesthesiologist
P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast, Betrayed: A House of Night Novel
Connie Cronley, Mr. Ambassador: Warrior for Peace
David Dary, True Tails of the Prairies and Plains
David Halpern, Pilgrim Eye and Tulsa Art Deco
Carolyn Hart, Set Sail for Murder
Davis D. Joyce, Alternative Oklahoma: Contrarian Views of the Sooner State
Randy Krehbiel, Tulsa’s Daily World: The Story of a Newspaper and its Town
Constance Murray (wife of the late Danny Goble), Tulsa! The Biography of an American City
Mel Odom, Exodus
Jim Stovall, The Ultimate Life
Will Thomas, The Hellfire Conspiracy
Michael Wallis, Billy the Kid: The Endless Ride
Laurence Yadon, 100 Oklahoma Outlaws, Gangsters and Lawmen

Sponsors of this year’s Oklahoma, Ink., are the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Public Service Company of Oklahoma, Cherokee Nation Enterprises, Krumme Oil Company and Tulsa Technology Center.

For more information, contact Heather Ann Hope, 918-607-2923 or Arlene Johnson, 918-493-1994

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