Upcoming Appearances

APRIL

Book ClubBook Signing for Indie Bookstore Day
The Book Club: Bookstore & More
South Windsor, CT
Saturday, April 28, 9:00 am-12:30 pm
Meet authors, and enjoy refreshments & giveaways, too! Be sure to get your Connecticut Independent Bookstore Day Passport stamped here. Visit 15 of 20 participating locations and win a $25.00 gift card from each location — a $500 value!
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC


“From Epic Poem to Epic Punk”
Welles-Turner Memorial Library
Glastonbury, CT
Saturday, April 28, 2-4 pm
Book talk and reading featuring authors Mark and Sheri Dursin, a poetry performance by Glastonbury High School students Cindy Li, Nicole Nguyen and Ohm Patel and music by Jim Henderschedt. Book signing. Presented by Glastonbury Poet Laureate Alexandrina Sergio.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

MAY

Book Talk and Author Visit breakout session
LEARN High School Librarians PLC Group
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
First time authors Mark and Sheri Dursin will discuss their book Labors of an Epic Punk. They will raffle one free copy of their book and have extra copies available for purchase.  Following their presentation, there will be a breakout session about author visits.
FOR PLC MEMBERS ONLY

Author Visit – North Reading High School
North Reading, MA
Sheri and Mark Dursin will discuss Labors of an Epic Punk with the NRHS book club.
FOR NRHS STUDENTS ONLY

downloadAuthor Visit – Flint Memorial Library
North Reading, MA
Friday, May 18, 2018, 2:30-3:30 PM
Teens are welcome to join authors Sheri and Mark Dursin as they discuss their new YA novel Labors of an Epic Punk in the teen library (first floor).
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC


Blue Umbrella BooksBlue umbrella
Westfield, MA
Saturday, May 26, 3:00 PM
Help us in welcoming local authors Mark and Sheri Dursin, reading from, discussing and signing copies of their modern take on classic mythology, Labors of an Epic Punk.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

JUNE

Avon FestivalLocal Author Festival: Teen Author Panel
Avon Free Public Library
Avon, CT
Thursday, June 28, 6:30-8:00 pm
The theme for this year’s festival is Inspiration. Authors will share what inspires them to write, what inspires their characters to act, and anything and everything else related to the theme of discovering and cultivating inspiration.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

SEPTEMBER

Connecticut Author TrailCAT 2018
Norwich Free Academy
Norwich, CT
Tuesday, September 18, 6:30 pm
The Connecticut Authors Trail consists of a consortium of Eastern Connecticut Libraries who are constantly amazed at the variety of genres and diverse styles of writing among the authors who live in or are associated with the Nutmeg State. Beginning July 10, 2018 at 6:30 pm in Franklin (Town Hall) and ending September 20, 2018 at the Mohegan Sun, local authors will showcase their books and share their stories.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC