Coming Events

Bookmarks presents Charlie Lovett – Book Launch and Celebration  
Tuesday, February 28 at 7 p.m.  Free Event
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 2575 Parkway Drive, Winston-Salem, NC  

Set in the fictional English cathedral city of Barchester, Lovett’s latest novel, The Lost Book of the Grail, features Arthur Prescott, a lover of books and ancient manuscripts, who spends his spare time in the cathedral library nurturing his fascination with the Holy Grail. When American Bethany Davis arrives to digitize the medieval manuscripts in the library, Arthur’s old-fashioned sensibilities are challenged, but he is surprised to find in her a fellow lover of not just books but also the grail. The two embark on a search for a lost manuscript that tells the story of the cathedral’s founder and may contain clues about the location of the Holy Grail. The reader is immersed in 1500 years of history as the missing manuscript is followed from Saxon times through invasions by Vikings and Normans, the Reformation, the English Civil War, and even the Nazi blitz. The evening launch will feature music by the choir and actual medieval manuscripts on display.

Pre-order your signed copy of The Lost Book of the Grail today!


Bookmarks' Book Club
Dates include: February 28, March 31 
Coffee Park ARTS, 251 N. Spruce Street (inside Milton Rhodes Center)

Bookmarks hosts a book club the last Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. inside Coffee Park ARTS inside the Milton Rhodes Center in downtown Winston-Salem.  Click here to visit our book club page.  

          


Bookmarks' Storytime!Logo for the Winston-Salem Children's Museum
Dates include: February 9, March 9

At 11 a.m. on the second Thursday of each month, Bookmarks will have a new book (or two!) to share with attendees.  Storytime is included with admission to the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem located at 390 South Liberty Street


Center for Women Writers presents Sheryl Monks
Friday, March 10 at 7 p.m.
Huber Theater, Salem College  

Sheryl Monks is the award-winning author of Monsters in Appalachia, which will be available for purchase by Bookmarks. Monks has published in a number of literary journals and anthologies, including The Greensboro Review, storySouth, Surreal South among others. She edits the online literary magazine Change Seven. Monks will read with Racquel Goodison, author of SKIN. A book signing and reception will follow.   For more information: cww@salem.edu
 


Bookmarks Presents Chipper Jones: Behind the Plate   
Thursday, April 6 at 6:00 p.m.
BB&T Ballpark, 951 Ballpark Way, Winston-Salem, NC 
Click here to order tickets!

Families and fans are invited to the home of The Dash to hear Atlanta Braves' third baseman and one of the greatest switch-hitters in baseball history, Chipper Jones, talk about his his new memoir BallplayerChipper’s first stop outside of New York – and his only stop in North Carolina - will be in Winston-Salem. Come early and meet Bolt, visit the Kids Zone, get dinner, and play games! 

General Admission Ticket options and Premier Admission Tickets for 21 + available. Doors open at 5 p.m. Proceeds benefit Bookmarks, a literary arts nonprofit. Special thanks to our Presenting Sponsors: Blue Door Group and Wilkinson ERA Real Estate!  Click here to read the full event release.


Ana Castillo and Toi Derricotte – Literary Icon Series
Friday, April 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Huber Theater, Salem College  


Award-winning authors Ana Castillo and Toi Derricotte have had long careers as literary stalwarts, activists and advocates. These two ground-breaking writers have each published extensively in poetry and prose and have each written haunting, lyric, genre-defying memoirs on their lives as women-of-color writers.

Sponsored by Center for Women Writers, co-sponsored by Bookmarks

Free & open to the public. For information, cww@salem.edu


Bookmarks hosts events throughout the year. These events are held at public libraries, colleges, theatres, restaurants, galleries, and other arts facilities. Some events are ticketed as fundraisers and some are free and open to the public. Bookmarks works with more than 35 organizations and community groups each year on their fundraisers and events. We can supply books for sale at your event with a percentage given back to non-profits. Contact us more information on how we can help; email info@bookmarksnc.org.

 


Author Isabel Allende being interviewed on stage     Author Lemony Snickett speaking to an auditorium of children

 

Attendee sitting at table during the Bookmarks Movable Feast

 

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