Winter Books and Writing Festival
Saturday, December 3 // Muñoz Waxman Gallery // 3p - 7p // FREE
Join CCA and the Santa Fe Reporter for a day of celebrating literature in Santa Fe! Starting at 3pm, hear six readings of the winning works from SFR's Annual Writing Contest, novelist and guest judge, Anne Valente, will read a selection from Our Hearts Will Burn Us Down, and a presentation of short stories by Nickel Stories. Collected Works, local publisher Stalking Horse Press and acclaimed director Tim Hunter will be selling books throughout the day in the Living Room. Eric Schlosser, author of Command and Control and Fast Food Nation, will be present the screening and Q&A of Command and Control in the Cinematheque. The screening of Command and Control is $8 - $10. Poetry lovers will want to join us for a screening of Robert Bly: A Thousand Years of Joy and a Q&A with director Haydn Reiss, tickets $8 - $10. Choclate Maven will be providing desserts.
3pm: Readings from the Santa Fe Reporter's writing contest fiction winners in the Muñoz Waxman Gallery.
3:30pm: Screening of the documentarty, Command and Control, in the Cinematheque followed by a conversation with Eric Schlosser and Jay Coghlan. Tickets for Command and Control are $8 - $10. Eric Sschlosser visits Santa Fe as part of Disruptive Futures: Nuclear Weapsons Summit, presented by Creative Santa Fe, Nuclear Threat Initiative and N Square on Sunday, December 4th at the Lensic.
4pm: Author and SFR Writing Contest guest judge, Anne Valente, will read from her debut novel Our Hearts Will Burn Us Down in the Muñoz Waxman Gallery.
5pm: Readings from the Santa Fe Reporter's writing contest non-fiction winners in the Muñoz Waxman Gallery.
5:30pm: Short stories will be perfromed by local writing group Nickel Stories.
7pm: Screening of Robert Bly: A Thousand Years of Joy in the Cinematheque with director Haydn Reiss in person for a Q&A.