THE MONTEREY BAY LITERARY SCENE
Bus to visit libraries, bookstores and interview local authors
WASHINGTON, D.C., (March 2, 2007) – C-SPAN2’s Book TV Bus, a 45-foot mobile television production studio, will travel to Monterey, Santa Cruz, Capitola, Sand City and Aptos as it continues its nationwide tour promoting Book TV's unique nonfiction book programming. The Book TV Bus, hosted by Comcast Cable, will visit libraries and bookstores and interview several local, nonfiction authors. A visit includes a tour of the state-of-the-art studio, a demonstration about Book TV programming and the opportunity to learn how a television show is produced.
Come see the Book TV Bus during the following dates and times:
Wednesday, March 7 in Monterey and Sand City:
1:30 - 3:30 pm Monterey Bay Books, 316 Alvarado St., Monterey
**Local author Zachary Shore, Breeding Bin Ladens, will be interviewed **
5 –7 pm Borders Books & Music, 2080 California Ave., Sand City
Thursday, March 8 in Salinas:
12 – 2pm National Steinbeck Center, One Main St.
Friday, March 9 in Capitola:
2 – 4 pm Capitola Public Library, 2005 Wharf Rd.
6:30 – 8:30 pm Capitola Book Café, 1475 41st Ave.
** Local author Jill Wolfson will be interviewed**
**Local author Michael Wolfe will be interviewed**
Saturday, March 10 in Aptos and Santa Cruz:
1 – 3 pm Bookworks, 36 Rancho Del Mar Center, Aptos
5 – 7 pm Bookshop Santa Cruz, 1520 Pacific Ave., Santa Cruz
Sunday, March 11 in Santa Cruz:
11 am – 1 pm Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
About Book TV
Every weekend starting Saturday, 8 am ET to Monday, 8 am ET, Book TV airs 48 hours of non-fiction book programming on a variety of topics including history, biographies, politics, current events, and the media. Book TV features author interviews, readings, and panels at bookstores, libraries, and book festivals across the country. For more information, visit the Book TV Web site at www.booktv.org.
C-SPAN, the political network of record, was created in 1979 by America's cable companies as a public service. C-SPAN is currently available in 90 million households,
C-SPAN2 in 82 million households and C-SPAN3 in more than 12 million households nationwide.
Visit www.c-span.org for more information.