Santa Barbara Book Events
Get closer to the authors
By Leslie Dinaberg | July 14, 2022
Attending an author interview, reading, or book signing is a great way to extend your connection on the page to an in-person connection.
A few of the many notable writers set to appear in Santa Barbara include thriller writer Julie Clark who signs The lies I tell July 19; children’s author Bruce Hale reading Clark the shark and super troop July 24; and legendary vineyard owner and activist Iris Rideau signing her new biography FROM WHITE to BLACK: A life between two worlds July 28 (Chaucer’s Books, chaucersbooks.com).
UCSB Arts and Lectures (artsandlectures.ucsb.edu) brings an impressive number of authors to town. Among the literary lights announced to date: David Gergen (Hearts Touched by Fire: How Great Leaders Are Created) October 11; John Irving (The World According to Garp, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Cider House Rules) October 25; Ian Bremer (The power of crisis: how three threats – and our response – will change the world) November 10; Maria Ressa (How to stand up to a dictator) January 19; Amor Towles (Rules of Civility, A Gentleman in Moscow, The Lincoln Highway) February 2; Nina Totenberg (Dinners with Ruth: The Power of Friendships) February 7; and Siddhartha Mukherjee (Emperor of all diseases, The song of the cell) on March 8.
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