Tulsa Reads

Event Calendar

Throughout February and March, be sure to catch special features on Neil Gaiman and his artistry in the Tulsa World.

The Tulsa Library presents the Middle Gook Group (for ages 9 to 12),  6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the South Broken Arrow Library, 3600 S. Chestnut.  Get ready for Neil Gaiman’s visit to Tulsa by reading one or all of his most popular books for “in the middle” readers: Coraline, The Graveyard Book, or Odd and the Frost Giants. Enjoy games, refreshments and door prizes!

The Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers and the Oklahoma History Center invite you to visit Oklahoma Writers--a Literary Tableau, a multi-venue exhibit on Oklahoma Writers, at AHHA, Philbrook Downtown, the Woody Guthrie Center, the Greenwood Cultural Center, the Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education, and the Tulsa Historical Society.  One of the featured writers will be R. A. Lafferty, who inspired Neil Gaiman to refer to our city as a place of "literary magic."

5:30-6:30. The Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers donor reception with Neil Gaiman.  If you are a Center member or would like to be, email teresa.miller@okstate.edu for more details.

7:00, at the Tulsa PAC. The Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers presents An Evening with Neil Gaiman. The literary rock star will be working his magic right here in Tulsa and answering your questions. Pre-signed books will be available.  For tickets, visit:  myticketoffice.com.

10:30 p.m., OETA.  A Writing Out Loud interview with Neil Gaiman.

Throughout the spring, TCC and OSU-Tulsa will be hosting Neil Gaiman book clubs. For more information, contact teresa.miller@okstate.edu.