Book signing at The Island Bookstore in Duck, North Carolina in the Outer Banks
Event description from The Island Bookstore:
"Sometimes we're lucky enough to catch authors while they're on vacation and convince them to visit for a signing, Such is the case with Caroline Woods, historical novelist and lecturer at Boston University. We're very excited to have Caroline join us to sign copies of her new novel, Frauelin M. Set in the Weimar Republic during the rise of Hitler, the novel is both historical and timely, as it deals with issues of trans- and cis-gender under Nazi rule."
Meet the author at Browseabout Books on Rehoboth Avenue this Fourth of July weekend! Caroline will be signing books from 4-6pm on Sunday, July 2.
Congratulations to Browseabout Books for being named the best bookstore in Delaware by Real Simple magazine! http://www.browseaboutbooks.com/
Please visit http://www.browseaboutbooks.com/ for more information.
Book talk and signing at Boulder Book Store in Boulder, Colorado.
Vouchers to attend will be $5 but are not yet on sale. Vouchers are good for $5 off the author’s featured book or a purchase the day of the event. Vouchers can be purchased in advance at the store, over the phone, or at the door. Readers Guild Members can reserve seats for any in-store event.
Visit http://www.boulderbookstore.net/event/caroline-woods-fraulein-m for updated information, please. Thank you!
$10 general admission, all ages. Please buy tickets here: bostonbookfest.org/year-round-events/trump/
In the wake of a stunning and destabilizing presidential election, questions abound: How should the literary community of writers and readers respond? How do authors of fiction and poetry approach their vocation at this political moment? To what extent can (and should) activism intersect with art? What role can literature play when faced with an administration that is at best dismissive and at worst hostile toward the arts? Four writers—novelist and memoirist Andre Dubus III, poets Steph Burt and Regie Gibson, and novelist Caroline Woods—will explore these questions and many others in conversation with Vogue’s Megan O’Grady. And readers, we have questions for you, too: What books have you turned to for solace, strength, or escape post-election? What books would you add to POTUS’s must-read list? Join the conversation at this timely event, part book club, part support group.
Book signing and author visit at Anderson's Bookshop in La Grange, IL (a short Metra ride from Chicago)!
This in-store event is free and open to the public. To join the signing line, please purchase Fraulein M. from Anderson’s. To purchase your book, please stop into or call the Anderson's La Grange location at (708) 582-6353 or order on the store website at http://www.andersonsbookshop.com/event/caroline-woods.
Please join us to celebrate the launch of Fräulein M. in the author's hometown!
Hockessin Book Shelf will provide books for sale & signing. Call (302) 235-7665 to pre-order or for more information.
Please join us on the longest night of the year for a solstice cabaret complete with music, books, and beer! Harvard Bookstore will be onsite to provide books for sale.
The lineup for the evening is as follows:
Big Fuzzy -- 7:30pm
Caroline reads -- 8:45pm
Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys -- 9:15pm
We will provide light fare from Swissbakers, and Las Carolinas will be onsite selling delicious Venezuelan arepas.
This event is part of the Duck Village Stage Series at Aeronaut. For details please visit www.aeronautbrewing.com/events