Watch Martha Egan's Television Interviews
8.5 min long
Papalote Press proudly presents Martha Egan's fourth fiction title, An Apricot Year. Now available in both paperback & cloth at the bookseller of your choice.
2014: Coming Up Next:
Saturday & Sunday, March 15 & 16: Tucson Festival of the Book, University of Arizona Campus, Tucson: Martha Egan appears at the New Mexico Book Association booth, with all her fiction titles. She'll be signing An Apricot Year, both days, at high noon.
2013: Gone But Not Forgotten:
Saturday, April 6, 3 pm: The Twig Book Shop, 200 East Grayson Street in the old Pearl Brewery, San Antonio, TX: Martha Egan reads from her newest novel, An Apricot Year to an enthralled audience.
Tuesday, April 9: The San Antonio Museum of Art, 200 West Jones Avenue, San Antonio, TX: Martha Egan presents "The Art of Collecting Art" in conjunction with the opening of "PASIÓN POPULAR: Spanish and Latin American Folk Art from the Cecere Collection"
Mothers' Day Weekend, May 10, 11, & 12: The Southwest Book Fiesta, Albuquerque Convention Center: Papalote Press puts in a cameo appearance displaying Martha Egan's four fiction titles in addition to her first book, Milagros.
2012: Gone But Not Forgotten:
February 29: PUB DATE!!! Martha Egan's fourth fiction title, An Apricot Year makes its debut.
Thursday, March 8, 6 pm: Collected Works, 202 Galisteo, Santa Fe: Martha will join four other transplanted New Mexicans in a panel discussion about changing one's life in Santa Fe. Booksigning for her new novel, An Apricot Year. For more info call 505-988-4226.Tune in KSFR for an interview with Martha at 8 am, March 1st on the Santa Fe Radio Café with Mary-Charlotte.
Saturday, March 10, 2 pm: Moby Dickens, 124A Bent Street, Taos, NM: Martha Egan appears at Moby Dickens for a reading of her new novel, An Apricot Year. For more information call 888-442-9980. And tune in to KTAO, Friday March 9th at 9 am for Paddy Mac's interview with Martha.
Sunday, March 11, 3 pm: Tome on the Range, 158 Bridge Street, Las Vegas, NM: Join Martha Egan at Tome on the Range for a reading of her new novel, An Apricot Year. Catch an interview with Martha on "Writer's Block" with Susan Vander Meer on KFUN, March 6 at 9 AM. For more information call Tome at 505-454-9944.
Sunday, March 18, 3 pm: Bookworks, 4022 Rio Grande Blvd/Dietz Plaza, Albuquerque, NM: Martha Egan rides again! At Bookworks reading her new novel, An Apricot Year. For more information call 505-344-8139.
Sunday, April 22, 2 pm: op. cit., 930-C Baca Street, Santa Fe, NM: Missed her in March? Martha Egan reads from her new novel, An Apricot Year. Anyone who has ever left home to begin a new life in Santa Fe is encouraged to come & share stories. For more information call 505-428-0321.
June 5-7: Book Expo America, Javits Center, New York: Copies of Martha's new book, An Apricot Year are on displayat the IBPA booth and the New Title Showcase.
June 21-26: American Library Association, Anaheim, CA: An Apricot Year is on display at the IBPA booth & the Foreword Magazine booth.
Tuesday, August 21, 9-12 am: Homegrown Authors: Santa Fe Farmers Market in the Railyard, Santa Fe: Martha will join Maxine Davenport and other "Homegrown Authors" at the NMBA table, signing and discussing their books.
Sunday, September 16, 2:30 to 4pm: Alianza de las Artes Americanas presents Relicarios and Escudos: Devotional Jewels from Latin America, Denver Art Museum, 100 West 14th Avenue Parkway, Denver, CO: Martha Egan discusses these exquisitely painted miniiatures of favorite saints that were worn by the faithful to show devotion and protect the wearer from harm. For more information call 303-361-9445.
Thursday, September 20, 4:30pm: Mountains and Plains independent Booksellers Association, IBPA Booth, Renaissance Denver Hotel, 3801 Quebec Street, Denver, CO: Martha signs the newly published paperback edition of An Apricot Year.
Saturday, November 3, 1:00 pm: Andrea Kristina's Bookstore & Kafé, 218 W Main, Farmington, NM: Martha visits this delightful Farmington venue, reading from & signing
An Apricot Year. For information, call Claudia Anderson at 505-327-3313.
Monday, November 5, 6:30 pm: Maria's, 960 Main Ave, in Durango, CO: Maria's welcomes Martha Egan with a gala "Meet the Author" event at 6:30 at the store. Call Libby Cowles at 970-247-1438 for more information.
Tuesday, November 6, noon: Let It Grow! Nursery & Café, 90 North Mildred Road, Cortez, CO: Martha Egan brings An Apricot Year to "Lunch with the Author". Buy books! And plants! And coffee! Contact Jude Schuenemeyer at 970-565-3099.
November 16: New Mexico/Arizona Book Awards Banquet: An Apricot Year is a finalist for THREE New Mexico Book Awards for Fiction, Multicultural Fiction, &, thanks to Barbara Haines' wonderful work, Design. Keep your fingers crossed!
November 18: Singing Wind Bookshop, Benson, AZ: Five authors, including Martha Egan, reading from, discussing, and signing their books. Music, food, and merriment from 1:00 till 5:00.
700 Singing Wind Road, 520-586-2425.
2011: Gone But Not Forgotten:
Saturday, January 22, 11 am to 2 pm: Albuquerque Public Library, 501 Copper NW, Albuquerque, NM: Martha and other winners of The New Mexico Book Awards, sign & sell their books. For more info call the library at 505-768-5141.
Friday, February 11, 4 to 6 pm: Palace of the Governors/New Mexico History Museum Shop, 120 Washington Av, Santa Fe: Martha Egan joins fellow writers of New Mexico fiction, Pamela Christie, Rick Collignon, and Judith Ryan Hendricks, in a Valentine's time salute to the love of reading. Free Todos Santos chocolate with each book purchase.
Pamela Christie, 4:30; Rick Collignon, 4:45; Martha Egan, 5:00; Judith Ryan Hendricks, 5:15. For more information call 505-988-3454.
Saturday & Sunday, March 12 & 13: Tucson Festival of Books, University of Arizona, Tucson: Martha signs her books in the Authors' Pavillion on Saturday from 3:15 to 4:45 in Tent 1 & on Sunday from 1:30 to 3:00 in Tent 2.
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, April 8, 9 & 10: Border Book Festival in Las Cruces, NM: Martha puts in a cameo appearance at the always wonderful BBF to visit Denise Chávez & enjoy the 17th annual festival.
Friday, April 15: Museum of International Folk Art, Museum Hill in Santa Fe: Folk Art of the Andes: Well researched, gorgeosly displayed exhibit of Andean folk art, curated by Barbara Mauldin, opens with much acclaim and some of Martha's collection.
Saturday, April 16, 11 am to 12:30 pm: Rio Rancho Public Library, 755 Loma Colorado Dr, Rio Rancho, NM: Martha joins other authors included in the first New Mexico Book
Co-op book, Voices of New Mexico, at the Rio Rancho Public Library.
May 24-26: Book Expo America, Javits Center, New York: Copies of La Ranfla & Other New Mexico Stories, are shown at the IBPA booth and the New Title Showcase.
June 26-28: American Library Association, New Orleans, LA: Martha's books are on display at the IBPA booth & New Title Showcase.
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