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OKG Newsletter

Topic: novel

Graphic substance

Norman author Rob Vollmar bypasses caped crusaders in favor of cerebral historical fiction set in ancient Sumer, in ‘Inanna’s Tears.’


Charles Martin

Rob Vollmar and J. David Osborne
3-6 p.m. Saturday
Atomik Pop
918 W. Main, Norman, 329-9695

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Returning to history

Sonia Gensler’s debut novel, ‘The Revenant,’ digs into a part of Oklahoma history many may not know about.


Jenny Coon Peterson

Sonia Gensler
2 p.m. Saturday
Barnes & Noble, 540 Ed Noble Parkway, Norman, 579-8800

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Statuary world

The epic tale of Oklahoma’s E.W. Marland takes the stage at Jewel Box Theatre.

Performing Arts

Eric Webb
Broken Statue
8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2:30 p.m. Sunday, through Oct. 30
Jewel Box Theatre
3700 N. Walker
Wednesday, October 12, 2011

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Think ink, American style.


Rod Lott
As not-so-boldly predicted, director David Fincher (The Social Network) delivers a superior remake of Sweden’s global hit The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, an adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s phenomenon of a novel.
Monday, March 19, 2012

Storied speaker

The ‘queen of suspense’ shares intrigue and inspiration at a Metropolitan Library System fundraiser.


Jenn Scott

Mary Higgins Clark
6:30 p.m. Tuesday
Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club
7000 N.W. Grand

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Screenwriter Lou Berney aims to make a name in crime fiction with debut novel, 'Gutshot Straight'


Rod Lott
Lou Berney
7 p.m. Tuesday
Full Circle Bookstore
1900 Northwest Expressway
Thursday, January 7, 2010

Fight for light

Set in OKC, the new novel Shadowboxer explores sexuality and self-acceptance.


Lance Evans
It gets better. It’s a notion that you hope is true for Willie Guyles in Paula Sophia’s Shadowboxer.
Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Steve Niles' Remains

Put it to rest.


Rod Lott
While I'm glad to see that the horror cable channel Chiller is now making original movies, its first offering, the sci-fi "comedy" Alien Opponent, was nearly unwatchable. That film's director and writer, Colin Theys and John Doolan, return to helm the outlet's second, Steve Niles' Remains. Springing from rosier pastures — Niles' original comics — it's automatically better, rising to the level of mediocre. Perhaps their third time at bat, October's Dead Souls, will prove the proverbial charm?
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

'Time' bandit

Fantasy novelist Sherrilyn Kenyon sets OKC visit to sign her latest surefire best-seller.


Sarah Lobban
Sherrilyn Kenyon
7 p.m. Wednesday
Barnes & Noble
6100 N. May
Monday, August 6, 2012