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Wednesday, November 13, 2019 - 5:00pm

Alyssa Banta is an award-winning photojournalist and writer. Her work has taken her all over the world, where she has photographed for international publications and aid agencies. She lives in her home town of Fort Worth, Texas.

Thursday, November 14, 2019 - 5:00pm

After graduating from the University of Texas School of Law, John Langmore left Austin in 1989 for a corporate career. He returned to the city with his family in 2003 and began seriously pursuing photography. He is also civically active in Austin on matters related to urban growth. His other projects include the book Open Range: America’s Big-Outfit Cowboy and the documentary film Cowboys, which he codirected and coproduced.

About Fault Lines: Portraits of East Austin:

Friday, November 15, 2019 - 10:30am

Friday, November 15, 2019 - 5:00pm

Cliff Etheredge was born in Roscoe, Texas on September 21, 1942, to Pete and Hilda Etheredge. He had one brother, Jay. Cliff graduated from Roscoe High School and Texas Tech University. He then began farming with his dad in the Wastella community northwest of Roscoe. He was a member of the Texas National Guard for six years. In 1972, Cliff was severely injured in a farming accident resulting in the amputation of his right arm. He understood that attitude would determine success or failure. He has since spent his life overcoming the myriad of obstacles that have presented themselves daily.

Saturday, November 16, 2019 - 11:00am

As a  first-time indie author, it was easier to begin with a children's book. How do you get kids to enjoy reading? In The Greatest Treasure Ever, I tried to instill the sense of Wonder you get as a child while looking at a picture book. My momma was extremely good at mimicry and could change her voice for each character in a book, or she could make animal noises to make the story believable and real. Our bed-time story sessions are probably my most favorite memory with her. She was an amazing woman who suffered a tragic end of life reality.

About Us

The Twig Book Shop began its evolution in San Antonio in 1972.  Currently located at the former Pearl Brewery on the Museum Reach of the Riverwalk, The Twig provides newly released books for children and adults as well as award-winning classics.  The space at Pearl has become a venue for local and national poets and authors.  The Twig makes books available for book clubs, schools, and conferences. The Texana collection makes The Twig a destination for history lovers near and far.

Hard cover, soft cover, and even electronic books can be purchased through our website which accesses a national distributor for independent bookstores.  Electronic books, or e-books, can be downloaded from our website through Kobo.  We welcome and appreciate your physical and/or virtual patronage.

 

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Open 10:00-6:00 daily

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