Atz Kilcher performs for folk school
Singer-songwriter Atz Kilcher performs a fundraiser concert, “Songs of the Homestead,” for the Homer Folk School at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 28, at the South Peninsula Athletic and Recreation Center.
Tickets are $32 and available through the folk school.
One of the stars of the reality TV show “Alaska: The Last Frontier,” Kilcher also holds a special event and meet and greet at 3 p.m. the same day at Eagle’s Rest, a log home overlooking the Kilcher Homestead.
Only 20 places are available.
For more more information, visit www.homerfolkschool.org.
New books released by local authors
Homer and lower Kenai Peninsula authors have released new books this spring. All are available at the Homer Bookstore. New works include:
• Doug Dodd, “Man in Hole: Love, Lies, Addiction, and Butting Porcupines,” an autobiography of a spiral into drug addiction and the long climb back out that spans 50 years and four states.
• Joan Brown Dodd, “The Beggar’s Gift and Other Stories: Fables for These Times,” five fables concerning the consequences of thoughts, words, and deeds.
• George Harbeson, “Shadowed Times: Alaska Stories of Another Age,” Alaska short stories rooted in the natural landscape. Shadowed Times was a finalist in Brighthorse Books’ Prize for Short Fiction 2017.
• Marianne Schlegelmilch, “Lavender White Arctic Blue: Her Story,” the fictional story of one woman’s journey during the early 20th century from Britain to Alaska.