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Up Close & Personal with Margaret Atwood

March 8

Gemini Ink, in partnership with Trinity University Press, presents Margaret Atwood, world-renowned novelist and author of The Handmaid’s Tale—in a public reading, Q&A, and book signing in San Antonio.

Margaret Atwood is Canada’s most renowned author and has more than fifty books of fiction, poetry and critical essays. She is the author of The Handmaid’s Tale, as well as Alias Grace, recently turned into a hit series on Netflix. Her latest book of short stories is Stone Mattress: Nine Tales (2014) and most recent novel, The Heart Goes Last, was published in September 2015. Her novels also include The Blind Assassin, winner of the Booker Prize, The Robber BrideCat’s Eye and The Penelopiad. In 2016, Hag-Seed, a novel revisitation of Shakespeare’s play The Tempest, and Angel Catbird – with a cat-bird superhero—a graphic novel with co-creator Johnnie Christmas (Dark Horse), were published. Margaret Atwood lives in Toronto with writer Graeme Gibson.

Purchase tickets to the Margaret Atwood Luncheon

Limited tickets available.

Call for more information. 210-734-9673.


Tickets to the Free Reading

The reading and conversation takes place atTrinity University’s Laurie Auditorium and are free and open to the public. This is a ticketed event. Tickets will be available beginning Feb 15th at 9am at Ticketbud. http://bit.ly/2EwTKIz

Books will be available for purchase, and only books sold at the event will be autographed. Limit two per person to be signed. Quantities limited.


Trinity University Press is associated with one of the leading liberal arts and sciences universities in the United States. The press publishes distinguished, award-winning books that focus on the history, tradition, and the contemporary importance of the human environment from wilderness to the urban environment, with an additional focus on the southwestern United States and Mexico. More information at tupress.org


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Sheila Black