Jump Start Your Holiday Shopping at Season’s Readings
Join LSU Press and The Southern Review for the annual holiday book and journal sale on Nov. 28
BATON ROUGE – This November, as people are making plans for the holiday season, they should pencil Season’s Readings into their calendars. As part of LSU’s Holiday Spectacular 2017, LSU Press and The Southern Review welcome shoppers to its annual book and journal sale, with gift ideas for everyone on your shopping list.
A copy of “The Golden Band from Tigerland” signed by author Faye Phillips will hit just the right note with music fans, while armchair historians will pore over Stanley Nelson’s tireless investigation into Klan murders of the 1960s, “Devils Walking.” Howard Chaykin scholar Brannon Costello, poet Alison Pelegrin, and culinary experts Melinda Winans and Cindy Nobles will also be in attendance to sign copies of their books, along with Mardi Gras historian Brian Costello.
This year’s Season’s Readings, taking place on Tuesday, Nov. 28, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the LSU Barnes and Noble, boasts a wide array of great titles at 20 percent off, many local authors in attendance, and free gift wrapping. Shop for great books and mingle with renowned authors. Parking will be available in the Union Square Parking Garage.
Special guests will be in attendance to sign copies of LSU Press books:
- Vince Caire, author of “Military Aviation in the Gulf South”
- Brannon Costello, author of “Neon Visions”
- Brian Costello, author of “Carnival in Louisiana”
- Stanley Nelson, author of “Devils Walking”
- Cindy Nobles, coauthor of “The Fonville Winans Cookbook”
- Melinda Winans, coauthor of “The Fonville Winans Cookbook"
- Alison Pelegrin, author of “Waterlines”
- Faye Phillips, author of “The Golden Band from Tigerland”
Many other LSU Press titles, as well as gift subscriptions and individual issues of The Southern Review will be available for sale. The LSU Barnes and Noble is located at the corner of Highland Road and Raphael Semmes, across Highland from the LSU Union.
For more information on Season’s Readings, please contact LSU Press at 225-578-8282 or visit www.lsupress.org.
Contact M’Bilia Meekers
LSU Media Relations