Join longtime New Mexico resident Slim Randles at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28 at Mesa Public Library for an evening of wild, funny and homespun stories both from his work as a newspaperman and those from his days actually in the wild.
Randles will talk about his current syndicated column, which runs in more than 100 newspapers nationwide and his new book Home Country, a compilation of the best of his wit and wisdom from his column of the same title.
So just where is Home Country? It is here, in our hearts. It’s a warm summer evening, a place by the fire in winter, a place of hope and love and sometimes tears, too. It’s a place where we can be ourselves and kick off the shoes of care anytime we want to – It’s home.
The Authors Speaks Series is a monthly event featuring local and statewide authors speaking about their writing on a variety of subjects such as local and state history, travel, outdoor activities, New Mexico fiction, history and culture, poetry and more.
The series is funded by the Friends of Los Alamos County Libraries. The talks are free. The talks are followed by the opportunity to meet the authors and enjoy refreshments. Some authors may participate with book sales and signings.