Thursday, March 31, 2016

Events at Takapuna Library - you are invited

Murder in the library 

When: Wednesday 6 April, 6pm - 7.30pm
Where: Takapuna Library
Cost: Gold coin donation
Sit back and relax as authors, shortlisted for the Ngaio Marsh Award,  tell us how they plot their crime scenes.

Hear Linda Olsson, one half of Adam Sarafis, author of Something is rotten speak, along with local north shore author Ben Sanders (American blood), and Ken Smith, up for best first novel with Hoodwinked.

Copies of these titles will be available for purchase and signing, courtesy of Glenfield PaperPlus.
To reserve your place at this event, call (09) 890 4903 or email 
Refreshments will be served from 6pm, the author event begins at 6.30pm.

From monkey to moth 
When: Saturday 9 April, 4pm- 5.30pm
Where: Takapuna Library
Cost: Free
Papawai Press and the Friends of the Takapuna Library invite you to celebrate the recent publication of Hugh Major's From monkey to ape: an imaginal evolution.

Hugh's book charts the pathway from rational patriarchal thinking and materialistic values to feminine principles of imagination, holism and the power of the inner self.

Copies of Hugh's book will be available for purchase and signing.
There will also be a performance of Carol-Ann Duffy's The world's wife, presented by Lucy Duffield.

To reserve your place at this event, call (09) 890 4903 or email
Light refreshments will be served from 4pm, talk begins at 4.30pm.

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