Book Signing at Tybrisa Books on Sat, Feb 4th

On Saturday Feb 4th, local Poet and Author LB Sedlacek will be doing a book signing from her newest books at Tybrisa Books in Lenoir.  The two featured books are “Night Swim” which is poetry and “The Jackalope Committee and Other Tales” which is mostly Science Fiction short stories and a few flash fictions.  Tybrisa Books greatly supports local authors and will also have other copies of Sedlacek’s works available as well.  Sedlacek is locally known for her award nominated mystery “The Glass River” set in Happy Valley NC as well for the Sunset Beach and Lenoir Golf Club set beloved romance story “The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit.”  Her poetry books are also local favorites particularly “Poetry in LA (Lenoir Area)” named for her Facebook Page of the same name @poetryinla. 

~Tybrisa Books is located on the Square in Downtown Lenoir at 210 N. Main St.  You can reach the bookstore at 828-572-7475 or online at www.tybrisabooks.com

“Night Swim”

“Night Swim” poetry book published by Alien Buddha Press

-By the author of “Swim”

-LB Sedlacek would rather be swimming and makes that perfectly clear in this sequel to her poetry book “Swim.”
Dive in to these new poems based on pools and swimming.

The Quiet Zone

These poems are written about the Quiet Zone and the surrounding and nearby area. There’s so much to see and do in West Virginia! The Quiet Zone is in Greenbank, West Virginia near the radio telescopes. They keep out any interference such as from a cell phone where the telescopes are so it doesn’t affect their research. It’s fun to walk amongst the telescopes! They sit among the pine trees. The area is beautiful and isolated.

Cows vs Aliens

I like to imagine what’s up above. I like to visit the radio telescopes in West Virginia. On the way to the GBT, Great Big Thing, or one of the largest telescopes around, there’s a cow pasture. The cows lie right down in front of it and don’t seem to concerned about finding any proof of signs of life in the universe. If we were visited by aliens, the cows probably wouldn’t care then, either. Somehow, I bet us humans would. Who would win? The cows or the aliens? These poems try to answer those questions and more! Keep your eyes and ears open and always but always stay alert!