Book Signing

Ed O'Malley What's Right With Kansas

Ed O'Malley presents and signs his new book, WHAT'S RIGHT WITH KANSAS.

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ISBN: 9780692937877
Availability: Special Order
Published: Kansas Leadership Center - October 8th, 2018

At a time when so much in civic life is disheartening, "What’s Right with Kansas" gives hope for a better tomorrow, created not by civic elites but by committed citizens. "What’s Right with Kansas" tells the real-life stories of dozens of Kansans who demonstrate principles taught at the Kansas Leadership Center that anyone can use to make progress on what we care most about in our communities.


David Ohle: City Moon

David Ohle presents his new book, City Moon.

ABOUT THE BOOK: City Moon is David Ohle’s novelization of all 18 issues of his cult 1970s newspaper, heavily edited and re-processed. It is offered for the first time as a single-volume. The neutrodynes, the satire, the mystery cults, as well as Ohle’s dada-seance of Americana, are as vivid and intoxicating and seriously funny as ever.

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By David Ohle, Roger Martin (Introduction by)
$19.99
ISBN: 9780999115237
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Published: Stalking Horse Press - July 25th, 2018

City Moon is David Ohle's novelization of all 18 issues of his cult 1970s newspaper, heavily edited and re-processed. It is offered for the first time as a single volume. The neutrodynes, the satire, the mystery cults, as well as Ohle's dada-seance of Americana, are as vivid and intoxicating and seriously funny as ever.


Morgan Parker and Tommy Pico

The Commons and The Raven Bookstore present:

Tommy Pico and Morgan Parker
Reading & Book Signing

7:00pm Wednesday, October 10 | Liberty Hall 

Supported by The Commons, the Raven Book Store, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, the Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity, Haskell Indian Nations University, the Department of African and African-American Studies, the Department of American Studies, the Langston Hughes Center, the Office of Research, the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and the Office of the Provost

Ned Christie: The Creation of an Outlaw and Cherokee Hero

Who was Nede Wade Christie? Was he a violent criminal guilty of murdering a federal officer? Or a Cherokee statesman who suffered a martyr’s death for a crime he did not commit? For more than a century, journalists, pulp fiction authors, and even serious historians have produced largely fictitious accounts of “Ned” Christie’s life. Now, in a tour de force of investigative scholarship, Devon Mihesuah offers a far more accurate depiction of Christie and the times in which he lived.

Sarah Smarsh: Heartland

 

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$26.00
ISBN: 9781501133091
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Published: Scribner - September 18th, 2018

*Finalist for the National Book Award and the Kirkus Prize*
*Instant New York Times Bestseller*


An essential read for our times: an eye-opening memoir of working-class poverty in America that will deepen our understanding of the ways in which class shapes our country.

Sarah Smarsh was born a fifth generation Kansas wheat farmer on her paternal side, and the


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