Book Signing with LB Sedlacek!

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2021 AT 11 AM EDT – 2 PM EDT at Tybrisa Books

Join us for a book signing with favorite local author LB Sedlacek as she debuts, share, sells and autographs her new book of poetry, Swim!”Swim by LB Sedlacek is a wonderful book of poetry. Sedlacek’s creation of the swimming metaphor to talk about leisure and pleasure, seclusion and isolation; is utterly great and unique.” ~Maryam Qureshi, author of “Songs Of Cardinal.”

Tybrisa Books

Book Signing with LB Sedlacek!

Tybrisa Books Saturday, May 22, 2021 at 11 AM EDT – 2 PM EDT

Join us on Saturday, May 22, 2021 from 11am to 2pm, as we welcome favorite local author LB Sedlacek, as she debuts, shares, sells and autographs her new book, “I’m No Robot.” Do you use the Internet? Do you ever get tired of providing you are not a robot? In this new poetry collection from award winning poet, LB Sedlacek, you’ll find plenty of robots, but also poems about piano tuning, the 70’s, egg salad, putt putt, surfboards, swing dancing, road trips, libraries, the American west, hurricanes, and much more. So come on and spill the tea and prove you, like LB, are not a robot!

Literary Hill Bookfest – Panelist

LB Sedlacek – Reading for Poets on the Patio for Literary Hill Bookfest on Sunday, May 2nd starting at 11am.


Sat. Feb 20th from 11am to 2pm

Local Author, LB Sedlacek, will be signing copies of her new poem novel, “The Blue Eyed Side” on Sat. Feb 20th from 11am to 2pm at Tybrisa Books in Downtown Lenoir.  “The Blue Eyed Side” is set on Hatteras island and in the mountains in Plumtree, NC. 


210 Main St NW, Lenoir, NC 28645

(828) 572-7475

SEPT 19th, 2020 – Tybrisa Books, “A Sunless Sea” from 11am – 2pm

Saturday, August 1st, 2020 from 11am-2pm.

Join us at Tybrisa Books as much-loved local author, LB Sedlacek, debuts, shares, sells and signs her new book, Four Thieves of Vinegar & Other Short Stories.

In Red River, New Mexico, meet a woman who can tell you things about yourself you didn’t know. Solve a murder from out space to the Wild Wet to modern day Virginia suburbs outside of Washington, DC. Share a sad tale of Russian roulette remembered by a grandson as he visits his grandfather. Become a singer in Nashville, TN. These stories and more await you in this collection or short stories published on Leap Day 2020 by Alien Buddha Press.

Visit Tybrisa Books and meet local poet and writer, LB Sedlacek as she debuts her newest book –

Saturday, June 6th, 2020 from 11am-2pm

The Poet Next Door is a book of poems. The title poem was written for the inaugural Poetry Caldwell at the Caldwell Arts Council where Sedlacek was the featured reader. The poem tied into the exhibit of local photos and artwork entitled “Close to Home.” These poems are a compilation of a variety of subjects. This is Sedlacek’s first full length poetry collection. It was published in February 2020 by Cyberwit.

Sedlacek is also the author of several other books, including The Glass River, The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit, and Poetry in L.A., all of which are available for purchase at Tybrisa Books.

Tybrisa Books is located at 210 Main St., Lenoir NC 28645. You can reach them by phone (828) 572-7475 or find them on Facebook @TybrisaBooks

Book Signing of “The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit” Book Reading and Signing on Saturday, Feb 15th from 11am-1pm at Tybrisa Books.

Visit Tybrisa Books and meet author LB Sedlacek as she debuts her newest book, The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit.

The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit is real. It is the inspiration for LB’s story about Ernie and Melody who meet at a young age at a Golf Club in the mountains of North Carolina where he works and where her mother works. They grow up and grow apart and she moves to Ocean Isle Beach. Eventually he comes to a place where he tries to connect with her again. The mailbox plays an important part in their story.  The mailbox is set up beyond almost the last set of sand dunes. It’s tucked away behind one. There’s a couple of benches where you can sit and watch the fishing boats or the tides roll in and out. The first time she went to the mailbox it was so late it got dark. It was quite the moving experience.

“The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit”

From Waterbean Poetry Night at the Mic, Jan 22nd 2020