Café Humanities, the Mississippi Humanities Council’s new book discussion series begins today at Lemuria Books in Banner Hall in Fondren. The program is part of the “FOOD: For Thought, for Life” initiative, designed to reach as many Mississippians as possible with information about food issues and food culture in our state. A signing of the book, Food For Thought, For Life will take place at 5pm, followed by a 5:30pm reading.

On Tuesday, TV’s Master Chef season 1 winner Whitney Miller come to Lemuria with her book Modern Hospitality: Simple Recipes with Southern Charm for a signing at 5pm. And on Thursday, Lemuria’s featured event this week is Edgar Grissom’s Ernest Hemingway: A Descriptive Bibliography, succinctly described as the culmination of all previous endeavors in Hemingway bibliography. Grissom corrects the work of previous bibliographers, adding numerous editions and printings to the periods they covered and addressing the years 1975-2009, which had previously been left untouched. A signing will be held at 5pm.

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