As 2018's featured author for the Bexley Community Author Series, Ms. Strout will reflect both on her most recent works and her writing process, followed by a Q&A and book signing.
GENERAL ADMISSION | $15 / $10
STUDENT ADMISSION | FREE (with reserved ticket & valid student ID)
For tickets and more information, please see: An Evening with Elizabeth Strout
Book signing and a “Meet and Greet” with the author after the event
Includes luncheon, author presentation and a paperback copy of Elizabeth Strout's latest novel, Anything Is Possible.
A fundraising event for public libraries in Lancaster County, hosted by The Council of Friends of Public Libraries, Aaron’s Books and the Library System of Lancaster County.
For more information, please see: Pulitzer Prize winning author to speak at the 2018 Spring Author Luncheon!
Join Random House Reader’s Circle Live! for the opportunity to meet with other book lovers to discuss Elizabeth Strout’s New York Times bestseller, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. The event will be held at the Random House flagship office in New York City.
For tickets and more information, please see: Random House Reader’s Circle Live! with Elizabeth Strout
92Y TALKS & READINGS
92Y Talks is home to the best civic conversations anywhere in the city. For decades, we’ve hosted incredible talks with some of the most influential leaders in culture, politics, business and the arts.
Anything is Possible is the new novel from Elizabeth Strout, author of My Name is Lucy Barton and the Pulitzer-Prize winning Olive Kittridge. “Writing of this quality comes from a commitment to listening, from a perfect attunement to the human condition, from an attention to reality so exact that it goes beyond a skill and becomes a virtue,” wrote Hilary Mantel. John Edgar Wideman’s new collection of stories is American Histories. “Like any great storyteller, he discovers the truth by telling the tale,” wrote Caryl Phillips. “Every story is a journey, unexpected and frightening, a deep plunge into the unconscious minds of those he has dared to commune with.”
For tickets and more information: Elizabeth Strout and John Edgar Wideman at 92Y
UPDATE: REGISTRATION CLOSED. (WAITING LIST FULL)
Books will be available for sale and signing. Registration is required.
For more information, please see: Poughkeepsie Library event page
Made possible with generous support from the Friends of the Poughkeepsie Public Library District.