The Kratz Center for Creative Writing at Goucher College proudly presents Pulitzer Prize winner Elizabeth Strout for two events on October 17, 2017.
In the afternoon, the author will give a presentation called, "Why You Don't Need To Worry About Plot” in the Soper Room of the Julia Rogers Building at 3:00pm.
In the evening, Ms. Strout will read from and sign copies of her brand new novel, Anything Is Possible, which was written in tandem with her bestseller My Name is Lucy Barton. Anything is Possible draws on the lives of the small-town characters evoked in the discussion between Lucy and her mother. The evening event will begin at 8:00pm in Kraushaar Auditorium.
For more information, please see: The Kratz Center Presents Elizabeth Strout
The 2017/2018 Author! Author! literary series brings four award-winning authors to Central Oregon to share their books and engage audiences in discussions regarding their work.
The Library Foundation’s Author! Author! literary series expands the literary landscape of Central Oregon, improves literacy in the region, and strengthens community dialogue.
All proceeds from Author! Author! ticket sales benefit the Library’s youth, teen, and senior programs and services.
For more information, see: Deschutes Public Library Foundation Programs or call (541) 312-1027.
Hosted by Sylvie Tanette
For tickets and more information, please see: the event page at Maison de la Poésie
Central European Time
Hosted by Noémie Sudre, content manager, Hachette Livre France
Simultaneous translation by interpreter Dominique Chevallier
For more information: Elizabeth Strout: prochaine invitée de nos Facebook live
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Tutto è possibile
In conversation with Federica Manzon
For more information, please see: Pordenonelegge 2017
Tutto è possibile (Einaudi)
In conversation with Elena Varvello
For more information, please see: Giorni selvaggi
Mi Chiamo Elizabeth Strout
In conversation with Paolo Cognetti and Barbara Stefanelli
For more information, please see: Il Tempo delle Donne