Virtual Coffee with Local AuthorsMonday June 7, 2021
7:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Join a virtual Zoom webinar to hear three local authors talk about their writing and publishing experience on Monday, June 7, from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Registration through the library's event calendar or by email is required by the afternoon of the event. We will provide the panel of interesting area authors, but the Spring 2021 Coffee with Local Authors is virtual, so we will not be able to provide the coffee!
Sam Farmer of Easton
A Long Walk Down a Winding Road: Small Steps, Challenges, and Triumphs Through an Autistic Lens (Spectrum Wisdom, 2019
Interwoven with real stories of personal triumphs, A Long Walk Down a Winding Road offers clear advice and simple steps for overcoming adversity and improving your life.
Caroline Kautsire of Weymouth
What Kind of Girl?: An African Child Caught Between Worlds (Austin Macauley, June 2020)
A sweeping coming-of-age story about a girl in Malawi who must tangle with the gender restrictions, religious institutions, American cultural attitudes, and African traditions that seek to define who she can be as a woman.
Bill Fleming of Braintree
The Third Rail (Lulu, June 2021)
Third in the crime-fiction series about MBTA transit cop, Morris Fitzgerald, who is jaded by the job but still a believer in justice for all. Preceded by Code Black and Troubled Waters.
This event is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required to receive the Zoom meeting details. The Zoom meeting will be set up in presentation format, with only the featured speakers on video. Audience members will not be on video, and will be able to ask questions through the chat throughout the program.
Please support our local authors by attending this free virtual event!
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