Mini Book Fest with Livingston Press
Join Ernest & Hadley Books on location at the Tuscaloosa Public Library on Thursday, November 10th from 5-7 PM, for an evening featuring some of Alabama's best organized by Livingston Press!
This event is FREE but space is limited. Click here to reserve your spot! Any donations collected will benefit the Tuscaloosa Public Library.
Livingston Press was founded in 1983 by Charles Henley as a means to publish local authors. Under Joe Musso in 1988, the press expanded to publish books by regional authors. In 1993, the press expanded once more to focus on "Offbeat and/or Southern Literature," as well as regional histories. Now, under the guidance of Joe Taylor, the press boasts "Funny and Oftentimes Inappropriate Literature."
Here's the lineup:
- Eleanor Boudreau - Earnest, Earnest?
- James Braziel - This Ditch-Walking Love
- Tina Mozelle Braziel - Known by Salt
- Sonny Brewer - Syllables Go By: Sixteen Hundred Eighty-Three, Three Lines at a Time, also featuring William Gay's posthumous novel: Fugitives of the Heart (forward by Sonny Brewer)
- Loretta Cobb - How Can I Keep from Singing, The Ocean Was Salt
- M. David Hornbuckle - The Fireball Brothers
- Faith Kaiser - Secrets of the Devil Vine
- Laura Secord - An Art, a Craft, a Mystery
- Joe Taylor - Bad Form, Ghostly Demarcations: Stories, Belles’ Letters: Contemporary Stories By Alabama Women (with Tina N. Jones)
- Tricia Taylor - Zero to Ten: Nursing on the Floor