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Ten Years of Wine and Words!
July 27th - 29th 2022

Wine and Words 2022
Tickets On sale April 1st, 2022



Tickets are scheduled to go live on April 1st, 2022.

 

Wednesday:

Social Time w/ Silent Auction: 5:30

Book Booth Open:  5:30 -6:30

Dinner:  6:30

Authors Speak:  7:15

Book Signing Follows

Book Booth Open

Thursday:
Social Time w/ Silent Auction: 5:30
Book Booth Open:  5:30 -6:30
Dinner:  6:30
Authors Speak:  7:15
Book Signing Follows
Book Booth Open

Individual Tickets for Wednesday and Thursday: 
Individual Tickets:  $50 
Table of 8:  $400 

Friday:  Brunch
Social Time w/ Silent Auction:  10:30 am
Book Booth Opens:  10:30 -11:30 am
Luncheon: 11:30
Authors Speak: 12:15
Book Signing Follows
Book Booth Open

Individual Tickets:  $50


Table of 8:  $400 

 

Note that we will have Premium Tables for each event that will include an author at these tables and 2 bottles of wine for your group.  These tables will be offered at $500 and when they are gone they are gone.  

All ticket sales will be online through Eventbrite.




 

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Donations to our silent Auctions are appreciated.  Click here for ideas.  

2022 Author Line Up

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Lorna Landvik is the author of eleven novels, including the best-selling PATTY JANE'S HOUSE OF CURL, ANGRY HOUSEWIVES EATING BON BONS, OH MY STARS, BEST TO LAUGH and her newest addition:  Chronicles Of A Radical Hag.  
Landvik's checkered (but legal) past includes working as a chambermaid in Bavaria, winning a trip to Tahiti as a contestant on '$25,000 Pyramid' (MacGyver was her partner), temping at the Playboy Mansion (it was strictly a clerical position) and walking across the country as a member of The Great Peace March. 
Lorna is also the Wine and Words MC and has been since inception.  Lucky us!!!! We are beyond thrilled to welcome her back for the 10 Year Anniversary!
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Adriana Trigiani is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty books in fiction and nonfiction. She has been published in 38 countries around the world. The New York Times calls her “a comedy writer with a heart of gold,” her books “tiramisu for the soul.” She wrote the blockbuster The Shoemaker’s Wife, the Big Stone Gap series, the Valentine trilogy and Lucia, Lucia.  Trigiani’s themes of love and work, emphasis upon craftsmanship and family life have brought her legions of fans who call themselves Adri-addicts (a term coined by book maven Robin Kall). Their devotion has made Adriana one of “the reigning queens of women’s fiction” (USA Today).
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Bruce Holsinger Bruce Holsinger is a novelist and literary scholar based in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship. He is the author of the USA Today and Los Angeles Times-bestselling novel The Gifted School (Riverhead Books, 2019). A Book of the Month Club main selection, the novel won the Colorado Book Award and was named one of the Best Books of 2019 by NPR and numerous publications. The novel is currently in development as a TV series with NBC/Universal Television. He is also the author of A Burnable Book (2014) and The Invention of Fire (2015), award-winning historical novels published by William Morrow (HarperCollins). 
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Laurie Frankel  Laurie Frankel is the New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of four novels. Her writing has also appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, Publisher’s Weekly, People Magazine, Lit Hub, The Sydney Morning Herald, and other publications. She is the recipient of the Washington State Book Award and the Endeavor Award. Her novels have been translated into more than twenty-five languages and been optioned for film and TV. A former college professor, she now writes full-time in Seattle, Washington where she lives with her family and makes good soup.
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Nickolas Butler  Nickolas Butler was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, raised in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and educated at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop. He is the author of the internationally-best-selling novel "Shotgun Lovesongs" and an acclaimed collection of short stories entitled, "Beneath the Bonfire". 
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Amy Poeppel  Amy Poeppel grew up in Dallas, Texas. She graduated from Wellesley College and worked as an actress in the Boston area, appearing in a corporate industrial for Polaroid, a commercial for Brooks Pharmacy, and a truly terrible episode of America’s Most Wanted, along with other TV spots and several plays. While in Boston, she also got her M.A. in Teaching from Simmons College. the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop. Musical Chairs won the Connecticut Book Award for Fiction. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, LitHub, The Rumpus, Points In Case, Belladonna, and Working Mother. She and her husband live in NYC and Frankfurt, Germany.