On Monday September 27th, author Craig Childs will be reading at Changing Hands Bookstore from his latest book, Finders Keepers: A Tale of Archaeological Plunder and Obsession.
If you read and enjoyed Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer, Craig Childs’ nonfiction would fit well into your list of reading interests. Childs writes from his personal experiences in nature, and in Finders Keepers, he explores the clandestine side of archaeology. Of the nonfiction I have had the opportunity to read, Childs writing stands out as creative and bold.
Since the publication of his first book in 2000, Childs has published nonfiction including The Secret Knowledge of Water, House of Rain, and The Animal Dialogues. His writing has also been feature in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Men’s Journal. In addition, he frequently provides commentary for National Public Radio’s Morning Edition.
While reading his website (http://www.houseofrain.com/) I discovered that you can listen to some of Childs’ NPR broadcasts and audio clips from his travels using iTunes. His website also offers a complete list of his published works as well as an anecdotal “about the author” written by Childs.
For more information about the Craig Childs reading and other upcoming events at Changing Hands Bookstore go to http://changinghands.com/.
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5 thoughts on “Craig Childs At Changing Hands Bookstore”
Ooooo, great opportunity and not to be missed.
Thanks for bringing awareness of upcoming readings to blog readers. It sounds like a fabulous opportunity to experience the craft of nonfiction up close and personal.
Never read any of his works, but its always awesome to meet an author who is published! Great opportunity!
For anyone who attended, how was it?
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