Saturday January 12th at 6:30 pm
LOCAL AUTHORS NIGHT
FOUR SHORT TALKS. ONE GREAT EVENING.
Each of our authors will give a 10-minute presentation, followed by Q&A for the whole panel.
Carol Bensimon | We All Loved Cowboys
Glenn Reed | Let No One Enter
Diane Semans | From the Shore to the Sea
Rob Davidson | What Some Would Call Lies
If personal memory is false, what happens when you try to construct a memory of something that you don't remember but should--that you desperately want to remember? WHAT SOME WOULD CALL LIES is a collection of literary novellas meditating on life, art, and the vicissitudes of memory.
Boston Globe Best Books of 2018
"This short but profoundly moving novel by the young Brazilian writer is one of the finest explorations of love you will find anywhere this year."--John Freeman, The Boston Globe
One summer in the 1970s, Glenn A. Reed traveled to a primitive cabin, no electricity, in the Eastern Sierra Nevada. There, seated at his manual Underwood typewriter and accompanied only by his loyal Dalmatian, he returned in memory to Fort Bragg, California, where he taught high school from 1935 to 1937.