The music of S. Carey and the words of Michael Perry. Troutwater swampfog, cut with Ben Lester's steel.
Mike will read from his new release, "Montaigne in Barn Boots." Discussion and signing to follow. The reading will be held in at the Central Library in Community Room 301. Visit www.wisconsinbookfestival.org for event information.
Join Mike for a reading and release of his two latest titles, "Montaigne in Barn Boots" and "Danger: Man Working." Book signing to follow. About "Montaigne in Barn Boots" The author discovered the great French essayist Michel de Montaigne courtesy of a kidney stone. After passing “the Devil’s own gobstopper,” Perry—volunteer firefighter, chronicler of contemporary rural life, and dubbed “the real thing” by USA Today—began researching renal calculi and discovered that Montaigne—the 16th century inventor of the essay form—had documented his own kidney…
Mike will read from his latest releases and sign books at the Literature Lovers' Night Out in Stillwater. This monthly event features national and local authors, light refreshments and drawings for prizes. Attendees must reserve a spot by stopping in or calling 651-430-3385 to purchase their $11 ticket.
Mike will speak at the Literature Lover's Luncheon hosted by Excelsior Bay Books. Tickets will go on sale early October. Cost is $33 per person and must be purchased in advance at Excelsior Bay Books (952) 401-0932. Doors to open at 10:30 a.m. Featured speakers and titles include include: William Kent Krueger – Sulfur Springs, Michael Perry – Montaigne in Barn Boots, Jacqueline Vincenta – The Lake and the Lost Girl, Stephanie Gangi – The Next, and Nicole Baart – Little Broken Things.