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Roberta Silman in Conversation with Matt Tannenbaum

Date/Time

Apr 15, 2018
02:00 PM until 03:00 PM

Description

Join author Roberta Silman and Matt Tannenbaum, the owner of The Bookstore, as they discuss Roberta’s new novel Secrets and Shadows. Hailed as “a harrowing story that readers will find compelling to the very end,” by Kirkus Reviews, Secrets and Shadows delves into the long-term effects of World War II on a marriage. Giving audience members an inside look into the writing and research process, Roberta and Matt will delve into the inspiration for the book and the art of writing historical fiction.

Roberta Silman is the author of five traditionally published works of fiction. Her short stories have appeared in magazines including: The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Hadassah,RedbookThe Virginia Quarterly Review, and The American Scholar. She is a recipient of both Guggenheim and NEA Fellowships and has received numerous writing awards.

Cost

$10 general; free for Mount members

Location

View map The Drawing Room at The Mount
2 Plunkett St
Lenox, CT

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