Nov 18 2012 7:00 pm
Event Date:Sunday, November 18 at 7:00 p.m. (Ticketed event)
Barbara Kingsolver will be reading and signing
at the Temple Of Music & Art, 330 S. Scott Ave.
on Sunday, November 18 at 7:00pm.
For tickets and information call Antigone Books
Barbara Kingsolver's new book, Flight Behavior, follows in the Kingsolver tradition of fiction that addresses issues of social justice and demonstrates the impact of culture and politics on human relationships. Set in a small town in Tennessee, the novel tells the story of a young woman mired in an unsatisfying life who happens upon a strange phenomenon: a forested valley filled with silent red fire. Her attempts to share the sight and find an explanation throw her into a spiraling confrontation with her family, her church, her town, her continent, and finally the world at large.
Tickets are $15.00 in advance (get $5 off one ticket for each book you purchase), $20.00 at the door. Come by the store or call us to purchase tickets. Tickets can not be purchased through our website but online ticket sales are available at inconcerttucson.com. (The book discount is not available online.) Tickets & prepaid books (book publication date is Nov. 6, 2012) can be picked up at Will Call or at the store.
Directions to the Temple of Music and Art (during Street Car construction):
The Temple is at 330 S. Scott Ave. between McCormick and 14th St. The easiest way to get to the Temple during construction is to drive downtown by going South on Stone. Go past Broadway, then turn left onto one of the next three streets (12th St, McCormick or 14th St.). In one block you will hit Scott.
Parking is available around the Temple of Music and Art in pay lots and on the street. Metered parking is free on Sunday. Paid parking is available in two lots near the Masonic Temple at 160 S. Scott north of the Temple of Music and Art, as well as at the Convention Center. There is a passenger drop-off zone directly in front of the Temple. Patrons may NOT park in the restaurant parking lot on 14th Street and Stone Avenue.
Handicap Parking: There are three spots on the street in front of the Temple and three more around the corner on 14th St. just east of Scott Ave.