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Five Days in Bogotá

Book Launch Celebration with Linda Moore

Warwick’s presents
Book Launch Celebration with Linda Moore
in conversation with Bob L. Pincus

Five Days in Bogotá

Wednesday, May 15, 2024 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm PDT

Five Days in Bogotá
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$18.95: Includes one signed copy of FIVE DAYS IN BOGOTÁ and admission to the special launch event

Join Linda Moore for her book launch party. Register through the green "Register Here" button above. This is a book launch celebration at a private location near Warwick's. More information will be emailed upon registration.

  • There will be a discussion of the book
  • Introduction to artists
  • Colombian food and music!
  • Check-in opens at 4:30PM.

About the author: 

Linda Moore is an author, traveler, and recovering gallery owner. Her gallery featured contemporary artists from Latin American, Spain, and the United States and she has exhibited at numerous art fairs, including in Bogotá, Buenos Aires, and Madrid. Attribution, her debut novel was an IBPA finalist in Ben Franklin Awards for General Fiction, Eric Hoffer honorable mention winner in General Fiction, on the 2022 Sarton Book Awards Short List in Contemporary Fiction, winner of Somerset Award in Literary and Contemporary Fiction and a 2022 International Book Awards Finalist in Best New Fiction, among other distinctions. She has published award-winning exhibition catalogs and her writing has appeared in art journals and anthologies. She resides with her book-collecting husband in San Diego and is working hard on her next novel in their vacation cottage on Kauai.

About the Book:

Gallery owner Ally Blake risks everything to exhibit at an art fair in Bogotá in the 1990s. She needs wealthy collectors to boost her gallery's sales and save her family from bankruptcy. When her art crates are tampered with and she discovers an ex-boyfriend and colleague from her State Department days in Santiago has involved her in a money laundering scheme, she devises a strategy to thwart the fraud, protect her children, and secure her family's future—but pulling it off will require her to make the art deal of a lifetime.

Robert L. Pincus has been an art critic, author, book critic and art historian for more than four decades. He was the staff art critic of The San Diego Union-Tribune for 25 years and has written for most major art magazines as well as The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. He is the author of a groundbreaking book on the American sculptors Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, On a Scale That Competes with the World, as well as numerous exhibition catalogs and essays for books such The Sophie Calle Reader, But Is It Art? The Spirit of Art as Activism and most recently, Faiya Fredman (2022), for which he contributed an introduction to work of the important San Diego based artist. Pincus holds a combined PhD in Art History & English from the University of Southern California, where he also received his MA in American Studies. He teaches at the California State University, Long Beach and the University of San Diego. He is the recipient of numerous awards and journalism prizes for his art writing.

Five Days in Bogotá By Linda Moore Cover Image
ISBN: 9781647426125
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: She Writes Press - May 14th, 2024