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Forty-Sixth Star Press Authors to Join Molly Levite Griffis and “the Crazy Ladies” in Norman on Nov. 14th!

September 11, 2008

Greg Rodgers and Jana Hausburg join other Oklahoma authors, including Molly Griffis, at the Crazy Ladies Bookshop on Friday evening, November 4th from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.  Crazy Ladies are located at 1221 W. Lindsey Street in Norman.   For more information, contact Meleah Montgomery at 405-364-2665.


Adding More Retail Stores

September 11, 2008

Both The Ghost of Mingo Creek and Other Spooky Oklahoma Legends and It Wasn’t Much: Ten True Tales of Oklahoma Heroes are now available at Borders (3209 N. W. Expressway, OKC) and Full Circle (1900 N. W Expressway, OKC).  Check out all of our available retail outlets directly from the our orders web link:


September 2, 2008

Forty-Sixth Star Press made its premiere at  ENCYCLOMEDIA, the educators’ and librarians’ annual trade show on September 18th and 19th.  Hosted by the Oklahoma Department of Education, “Encyclo-Media is Oklahoma’s premier educational conference,” held in 2008 at The Cox Convention Center, downtown Oklahoma City.  More information about the event can be found at

Forty-Sixth Star Press Authors

Forty-Sixth Star Press Authors


Look for our booth, our new 46th-Star T-shirts, and books by our authors Jana Hausburg and Greg Rodgers!

ACEI Meeting at UCO on September 8th at 3:00

September 2, 2008

Jana Hausburg will talk about writing her book It Wasn’t Much–and using it in the social studies and history classroom–at UCO’s Association of Childhood Educators September meeting at 3:00 p.m. on Monday, September 8th.  Contact Christy Boggs, the organization’s president, at for more information

Oklahoma Legends in Eastern Oklahoma

August 17, 2008

Storyteller Greg Rodgers takes on “Native American Month” this November  with a schedule of storytelling events, book signings, and sales beginning at Wagoner Public Library on Saturday, November 1st at 10:00 a.m. Join Greg and Wagoner’s own Majic for some Choctaw stories–as well as a few legends from his new book The Ghost of Mingo Creek and Other Spooky Oklahoma Legends–at 302 N. Main.  Questions about the event can be sent to