- By Candace Brennan
- Posted Thursday, January 27, 2011
Friends of Central Library Present Anthology Book Event
“When Last on the Mountain is a book full of treasures. From these writers comes work of substance, surprise, and death-defying candor. To read these pieces is to be inside an art that sifts through comedy, irony and hard facts to offer the intensely interesting (yes) exhilarations of the long view.” —Joan Silber
We welcome you to join the Friends of Central Library for a very special book reading. Editor Carol Roan and author Dody Williams will read from When Last on the Mountain: Views from Writers over 50. This anthology speaks to the full range of human experience with many voices from authors who know how to offer up their lives with honesty, humor, courage and grace. A truly wonderful collection of poems and short stories, the anthology brings us writers from around the world--Australia, Canada, Latvia, Thailand and a plethora of our own unique United States.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information call 703-3022 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A book review for When Last on the Mountain
Central Library Auditorium
Sunday, February 13th
2:00 to 3:30 pm