Christian Pinnen and Charles Weeks will talk about and sign COLONIAL MISSISSIPPI: A BORROWED LAND at History is Lunch.
Brad Weismann will speak about and sign his new book, LOST IN THE DARK: A WORLD HISTORY OF HORROR FILM, on Thursday, August 12th at 6:30pm at Boulder Book Store. Tickets for this event are $5 (plus a small processing fee) and are available on Eventbrite.
The Gage County Classic Film Institute will celebrate the 110th Birthday of Hollywood leading man Robert Taylor. Gillian Kelly, author of ROBERT TAYLOR: MALE BEAUTY, MASCULINITY, AND STARDOM IN HOLLYWOOD, will appear by Zoom on Saturday, August 21. Order your in-person or Zoom tickets from Eventbrite.
Macon Fry and Scott Barretta will discuss Macon Fry's new book THEY CALLED US RIVER RATS: THE LAST BATTURE SETTLEMENT OF NEW ORLEANS for History is Lunch.
The Thacker Mountain Radio Hour returns to Ocean Springs, MS, for our show at the Walter Anderson Museum at 510 Washington Ave, Ocean Springs, MS 39564.
Featuring literary guest Macon Fry with his book They Called Us River Rats: The Last Batture Settlement of New Orleans. And musical guests rocking blues artist Heather Crosse; and The Original Pinettes Brass Band, the trailblazing all-female brass band from New Orleans.
Tickets: $20 at https://www.walterandersonmuseum.org/events-1/thacker-mountain-radio-live-in-ocean-springs
On Wednesday, September 15th at 5:00pm Chris McLaughlin and Pat Hall discuss Chris's new book, MISSISSIPPI BARKING: HURRICANE KATRINA AND A LIFE THAT WENT TO THE DOGS.