Erika T. Wurth, in discussion with Jenn Givhan
An In-Store and Virtual Hybrid Event
This is a free in-store event that will also be streamed on Crowdcast, featuring Erika T. Wurth, in conversation with Jenn Givhan! It will consist of a 30-minute discussion with the authors, followed by a book signing line.
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Purchasing your books through Mysterious Galaxy allows us to continue to host author events like this one, so we thank you in advance for your support!
If you are not attending the event, you can still purchase a signed/personalized book!
Just add the author’s or authors' book(s) to your cart and put that you’d like a signed copy in the order comments on the checkout screen, along with the desired personalization if any (i.e., “To Mysty”). Personalization requests for anything beyond a name, like a note, quote, or doodle, are up to the author’s discretion and are not guaranteed. Please note, online orders must be placed by 12:00pm Pacific Time on the day of the event (November 7th). To order a book after this time, or to add/modify a personalization request on an existing order, please call the store at 619-539-7137.
JENN GIVHAN is a Mexican-American and indigenous poet, novelist, and transformational coach from the Southwestern desert and the recipient of poetry fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and PEN/Rosenthal Emerging Voices. Jenn is the author of five full-length poetry collections, most recently BELLY TO THE BRUTAL (Wesleyan University Press), and the novels TRINITY SIGHT, JUBILEE, and RIVER WOMAN, RIVER DEMON (Blackstone Press). Her work has appeared in THE NEW REPUBLIC, THE NATION, POETRY, and many others. Follow her at jennifergivhan.com.
About WHITE HORSE
Some people are haunted in more ways than one.
Heavy metal, ripped jeans, Stephen King novels, and the occasional beer at the White Horse have defined urban Indian Kari James’s life so far. But when her cousin Debby finds an old family bracelet that once belonged to Kari’s mother, it inadvertently calls up both her mother’s ghost and a monstrous entity, and her willful ignorance about her past is no longer sustainable…
Haunted by visions of her mother and hunted by this mysterious creature, Kari must search for what happened to her mother all those years ago. Her father, permanently disabled from a car crash, can’t help her. Her Auntie Squeaker seems to know something but isn’t eager to give it all up at once. Debby’s anxious to help, but her controlling husband keeps getting in the way. Kari’s journey toward a truth long denied by both her family and law enforcement forces her to confront her dysfunctional relationships, thoughts about a friend she lost in childhood, and her desire for the one thing she’s always wanted but could never have.