Join Paul Kix in the formal lounge by the library for an evening of reading and book signing. He is promoting his recently-released, breathtaking historical biography The Saboteur, which illuminates an unsung hero of the French Resistance during World War II.
Paul Kix appears on “Live from Prairie Lights,” an internationally known readings series, which features some of the best up-and-coming and well-established authors & poets from all over the globe. Presented before a live audience and streamed over the world wide web, this long running series brings the spoken word from the bookstore to the masses.
Community Bookstore is more than just a bookstore. It’s a neighborhood gathering place and a welcoming refuge to everyone living in and beyond Park Slope, Brooklyn. Join Paul Kix here on January 11, 2017, at 7 p.m. for a reading of The Saboteur.
Former Dallas Observer Staff Writer and D Magazine Associate Editor Paul Kix (a.k.a. Tall Paul) is returning to town.
NYT Bestselling author of Blackout:Remembering the Things I Drink to Forget Sarah Hepola (and Paul’s former Dallas Observer colleague) is hosting a Q&A and book signing for Paul’s first bookThe Saboteur at The Wild Detective in Oak Cliff on December 28 at 7:30 p.m.
Join Paul kid for a family-friendly book reading and signing of “The Saboteur” as part of the Noah Wallace Barnes & Noble Bookfair on December 14. Craft tables will be set up adjacent to the reading area for parents with small children. The reading begins at 7 p.m.
“First Amendment freedoms are vital to democracy in the United States. Paul Kix knows that. The deputy editor of ESPN, The Magazine, just wrote a book about a daring French aristocrat who became a nightmare for the Germans during World War II. Fifteen years after helping with Iowa State’s first celebration of the First Amendment, Kix returns to Ames for the 16th-annual festivities. Kix will discuss why 2018 is a critical year for celebrating and using these five freedoms and that universities must embrace all sorts of speech, not just messages that support consensus views.”