Bookmans Northwest is taking a day during Love of Reading Month to honor authors local and national. Join us on February 9th from 10am-3pm for author readings and
Bookmans Northwest is taking a day during Love of Reading Month to honor authors local and national. Join us on February 9th from 10am-3pm for author readings and signings. We invite you to buy books, get them signed, meet the authors and ask them questions.
Featuring NY author Gray Basnight!
Dee Thompson is an actor and filmmaker. He started his career in Theatre on the stage at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, North Carolina. Prior to his acting career, he served in the U.S. Navy. While serving his country he was command advanced twice and nominated as the Sailor of the Year. He was cast as the head-umpire in the hit baseball film Major League:Back to the Minors starring Scott Bakalla and followed that with the Movie of the Week film Miracle in the Woods, starring Della Reese. These were his first film and television speaking roles. Dee wrote, directed, acted and produced his first film titled Barbed Wire. The film was accepted and premiered on his first submission to the 2006 Spaghetti Junction Urban Film Festival in Atlanta, Georgia. His unique gift of bringing people together has been helpful in producing his film, documentary and television projects. He currently is co-producing the feature film Black Wings, a story about African-American aviators of the 1920’s. He always gives his time to the community and volunteer through organizations like the PTA, Special Olympics, Screen Actors Guild Bookpals Reading Program, Brotherhood Crusade Organization, American Legion, Masons and numerous other non-profit groups. Dee currently resides in Los Angeles, California where he continues to act, write and produce his projects. For more information about Dee Thompson and his forthcoming projects or to just drop him a line, please send all responses to WWW.DEE-THOMPSON.COM
Bottleneck Dreams is the debut poetry collection of upcoming author, poet, and artist, Nhi The Poet. The collection looks at a common subject, love, through both a nostalgic and retrospective lens.
The book is divided into four parts, which when read in order, paint the ever familiar picture of a first love. Even so, each part of the collection serves to recall something close to each reader and aims to stir within each of us a longing for a taste of the past as well as a desire to rework our own experiences into something that can only be translated into the present as beautiful.
Food: An Appetite for Life by Adria Libolt is about the love of food served up with stories, surprises, conversations, and laughter. The book suggests that eating can be complicated and messy too but is a language of hunger and longing. You will wonder why we eat the way we do, the state of our food, how it is related to fashion and religion, and what we think about abundance. You will consider the relationships between dependence and waiting on others especially when traveling in other cultures. You will experience how food is always a substantial gift.
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Bookmans Entertainment Exchange Northwest
3733 W. Ina Rd.