Book and Lecture Events

February 17 – Alpharetta, GA – Alpharetta Public Library – Hosted by the Library and the North Metro Area Georgia Native Plant Society. A lecture and slide presentation on “Wild Edible Plants of Southern Appalachia.” This event is free and open to the public. Come learn and join the conversation!

February 21 – Private event in Dahlonega

March 1 – Private event in Acworth

March 12 – Private event in Big Canoe

(Mark does many private events. If you would like to have him speak to your garden club, hiking group, or neighborhood friends, participate in a festival or other event, email his assistant and publicist Susan Brown at markwarrenbooks(at)att.net)

March 16 – Dahlonega, GA – Bear Book Market – Dahlonega’s favorite bookstore. Join Mark for a signing event featuring his newly released novel Moon of the White Tears. A modern-day, comic farce set right here in Dahlonega, where a part-Cherokee curmudgeon named Hoke Limberlost has undertaken a mission to right the wrongs of the white man’s blight on the once pristine land. Mark will be available from 11 – 2 to talk about your favorite books, and to answer your questions. All of his books will be available for sale and signing. See you there!

April 11 – Franklin, NC – Macon Co. Library – Hosted by the Nantahala Hiking Club and the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Mark will present Survival Tricks of the Trail. In this program Mark shares some easy-to-use native plant medicines and practical materials for trail hikers and all lovers of the great outdoors. This event is free and open to the public. We hope you will JOIN US!

April 25 – Jasper, GA – Pickens County Library – Join us for “A History of Native People in Southern Appalachia.” Learn about early crafts, weapons, hunting techniques, attitudes, clothing, tools, foods, medicines, and games. Save the date! More info to come.

May 23 – Dahlonega, GA – Lumpkin County Parks and Rec. – Hosted by the Georgia Mountain Master Gardeners, Mark will present The Forest’s Gifts of Food, Medicine and Craft As Practiced By the Native Americans. We hope you will join us! Click here for more information.

June 25 – Cumming, GA – Hampton Park Library – Join Mark for a special presentation on “Survival Skills.” Mark will share ideas for surviving in the wild using common plants, trees, and other natural materials. Get the details here!

 

Would you like to schedule Mark for a lecture or author event? Contact his assistant/publicist, Susan Brown, at markwarrenbooks(at)att.net. See Lecture Programs Here for more information on topics. 

 

Mark Warren’s award-winning trilogy Wyatt Earp, An American Odyssey is now available in paperback everywhere books are sold. A perfect gift for those who enjoy historical fiction on the American West. Learn the true story behind Wyatt Earp, our most iconic American lawman.

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