Madville Publishing will be at the North Texas Book Festival
When is it?
The North Texas Book Festival
Saturday, April 6, 2019
7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
We will have all our books for sale, and some of our authors on hand to sign copies.
Get there early for the Chuckwagon breakfast.
Patterson-Appleton Arts Center
400 E. McKinney Street
Books we\’ll be featuring:
An Englishman in Texas by Ron Kenney
A memoir about an English jockey who came to Texas in 1960. Author Ron Kenney tells about childhood during the Battle of Britain in northern England, his apprenticeship as a jockey from the age of 14, until he retired from that life after an injury in his 30s. He tells about the rich men he rode for and about his life after horses. This man is a dynamo, and we hope he will be able to join us at NTBF.
Gunshot, Peacock, Dog by Rick Campbell
Poetry by one of Florida\’s best loved poets. Rick Campbell\’s poetry reads like a conversation with a good friend. He brings light and thoughtful humor to mundane day-to-day existence.
No Evil is Wide by Randall Watson
Dark, literary fiction by award-winning poet and author. Randall Watson\’s gift for poetic language shines through this dark story of a chaotic near future where the world has slipped into madness.
Sisypha Larvata Prodeat by Jan Cole
Multi-lingual, illustrated poetry by beloved Texas poet/musician. Jan Cole\’s poetry about love, life, and friendship translated by Angela Liu and Lorrie Lo is a joy in any language. It is enhanced by the colorful and playful artwork of Mexican artist, Adelina Moya.
The Autobiography of Francis N. Stein: The Last Promethean by A. Rooney
A novel that explores what may have happened if the Frankenstein wretch had descendants. Francis is a big hearted guy who can\’t seem to avoid trouble.
By the Light of a Neon Moon edited by Janet Lowery
A wild and crazy poetry anthology about dancehalls. This collection includes the work of numerous poets laureate and award winning poets from around the country.
Find out more on the NTBF website: https://www.ntbf.org/