Adult Event - FREE

Jeffrey Toobin

Watermark Books & Cafe will host author Jeffrey Toobin for an author talk and signing of his book American Heiress on Monday, August 22 at 6:00 p.m. The event will be held at Abode Venue, located in the Douglas Design District at 1330 E. Douglas. 

Jazz Celebration

Join us for jazz on Saturday, April 16 at 2:00 p.m. Chris Heim, KMUW's host of jazz show Night Train, will also share some of her favorite, recently published jazz books. Watermark will host a jazz set, WJF Sessions, for the afternoon event as well. The group consists of: Nolan Monier- Alto sax, East High; Jon Kohl - tenor sax, Maize High School; Briley Lewis - trombone/ piano, Maize High School; Brady Volkman - guitar, Bishop Carroll; Jules White - bass, Collegiate; and Vaughn Craddock - drums, Collegiate

Independent Bookstore Day

Join Watermark Books & Cafe in celebrating all things indie on Saturday, April 30. We'll have exclusive merchandise available, as well as a few surprises (like tattoos and entries for drawings).

We'll have a special princess storytime with an encore reading on Saturday morning. The first reading will be at 10:30, and the second will follow at 11:30. 

Plus, we'll celebrate Quarto Publishing's 40th anniversary with cake in our cafe. Come by, grab some cake, and celebrate all things independent. 

Wil Haygood

Watermark Books & Cafe, in cooperation with Gear Up, will host author Wil Haygood for a reading and signing of Showdown on May 25 at 7:00 p.m. at the WSU Metroplex, located at 5015 East 29th St N.

M.O. Walsh

Watermark Books & Cafe will host author M.O. Walsh for a reading and signing of My Sunshine Away on April 22 at 6:00 p.m.

Prior to the reading, Watermark will host Walsh for a Dinner PLUS event where 15 people will have the opportunity to sit down and dine with Walsh. Tickets for Dinner PLUS are $10.50 and will feature a book-inspired gumbo, biscuits, cookies, and iced tea. 

Terrie Curry

Watermark Books & Cafe will host author Terrie Curry for a reading and signing of The Unspoken: A Story of Love, Loss, and the World Beyond Words on Wednesday, May 4 at 6:00 p.m.