Hal Crowther @ Key West Friends of the Library Series
Feb
11
6:00 PM18:00

Hal Crowther @ Key West Friends of the Library Series

HAL CROWTHER is an award-winning critic and essayist, a journalist whose work has appeared in many magazines including Time, Newsweek, Granta, Narrative, and the Oxford American. A recipient of the H.L. Mencken Writing Award, he is the author of four essay collections and An Infuriating American: The Incendiary Arts of H.L. Mencken. His previous book of essays, Gather at the River, was a finalist for the NBCC prize for criticism. He lives in Hillsborough, NC, with his wife, the novelist Lee Smith.

Lecture and book signing. Seating begins at 5:30 PM and are first come first served.

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Ben Anderson @ Rose Glen Literary Festival
Feb
23
10:00 AM10:00

Ben Anderson @ Rose Glen Literary Festival

  • Sevierville Convention Center - Banquet Hall A (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Since its creation in 1934, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has become the most heavily visited of all our national parks, with yearly visitation sometimes surpassing 10 million people. As the national park system celebrated its centennial in 2016, Ben Anderson decided to explore and closely observe, across the seasons, as much of the nation’s most popular national park as practicable during the year.  On the three or four hikes he took each month, he revisited a number of trails familiar to him from previous excursions as a Smokies backcountry volunteer for more than 20 years. To many, the Smokies are among the loveliest and most interesting mountains anywhere, favored by a remarkable biodiversity. Anderson offers observations on natural and human history, mountain culture, geography, geology, flora and fauna. The book also deftly blends the personal with the universal in a compelling mix of entries from the backcountry. Although this book can be used as a helpful trail guide, it also provides a fresh look and an engaging narrative about our most heavily visited national park, through the eyes and ears of a lifelong devotee.

Ben Anderson was media relations director at Warren Wilson College from 1997 to 2015. Before that he was assistant professor of mass communications at Florida Southern College. He worked on the staffs of The Asheville Times, the Waynesville Mountaineer, Greensboro Record, Athens Banner-Herald, Atlanta Journal, and the Athens Daily News. He has been a backcountry volunteer for Great Smoky Mountains National Park for more than 20 years. He now does marketing and public relations work for the Grove Arcade Public Market Foundation in Asheville. A native of Atlanta, he lives in Asheville, NC.

Book talk and signing.

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Hal Crowther @ Flyleaf Books
Feb
26
7:00 PM19:00

Hal Crowther @ Flyleaf Books

HAL CROWTHER is an award-winning critic and essayist, a journalist whose work has appeared in many magazines including Time, Newsweek, Granta, Narrative, and the Oxford American. A recipient of the H.L. Mencken Writing Award, he is the author of four essay collections and An Infuriating American: The Incendiary Arts of H.L. Mencken. His previous book of essays, Gather at the River, was a finalist for the NBCC prize for criticism. He lives in Hillsborough, NC, with his wife, the novelist Lee Smith. He will be in conversation with Ben Fountain, award-winning author of Beautiful Country Burn Again and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.

Reading and book signing.

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Hal Crowther @ The Regulator Bookshop
Feb
28
7:00 PM19:00

Hal Crowther @ The Regulator Bookshop

HAL CROWTHER is an award-winning critic and essayist, a journalist whose work has appeared in many magazines including Time, Newsweek, Granta, Narrative, and the Oxford American. A recipient of the H.L. Mencken Writing Award, he is the author of four essay collections and An Infuriating American: The Incendiary Arts of H.L. Mencken. His previous books of essays, Gather at the River, was a finalist for the NBCC prize for criticism. He lives in Hillsborough, NC, with his wife, the novelist Lee Smith.

Reading and booksigning.

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Hal Crowther @ Scuppernong Books
Jan
15
7:00 PM19:00

Hal Crowther @ Scuppernong Books

HAL CROWTHER is an award-winning critic and essayist, a journalist whose work has appeared in many magazines including Time, Newsweek, Granta, Narrative, and the Oxford American. A recipient of the H.L. Mencken Writing Award, he is the author of four essay collections and An Infuriating American: The Incendiary Arts of H.L. Mencken. His previous books of essays, Gather at the River, was a finalist for the NBCC prize for criticism. He lives in Hillsborough, NC, with his wife, the novelist Lee Smith. He will be reading and conversing with Michael Parker, author of All I Have in this World and The Watery Part of the World.

Reading and booksigning.

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May-lee Chai @ "Writers with Drinks" Benefit in San Francisco
Dec
8
7:30 PM19:30

May-lee Chai @ "Writers with Drinks" Benefit in San Francisco

MAY-LEE CHAI is the award-winning author of ten books, including the memoir Hapa Girl, the novel Tiger Girl, and her original translation from Chinese to English of the 1934 Autobiography of Ba Jin. Her short prose has appeared in Glimmer Train, Crab Orchard Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of an NEA fellowship and is an assistant professor in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. Chai will be presenting with Shawn Wen, Jennifer S. Cheng, Alan Chazaro, Jaymee Goh, and Bryan Thao Worra.

Reading and booksigning.

Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets range from $5 to $20 with all proceeds benefitting the Center for Sex & Culture.

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May-lee Chai @ Asian-American Craftswomen Fair
Dec
1
2:00 PM14:00

May-lee Chai @ Asian-American Craftswomen Fair

MAY-LEE CHAI is the award-winning author of ten books, including the memoir Hapa Girl, the novel Tiger Girl, and her original translation from Chinese to English of the 1934 Autobiography of Ba Jin. Her short prose has appeared in Glimmer Train, Crab Orchard Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of an NEA fellowship and is an assistant professor in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. Hosted by Eastwind Books of Berkeley, who will donate 10% of book sales to AIWA: Asian Immigrant Women Advocates.

Reading and booksigning.

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Hal Crowther @ McIntyre's Books
Dec
1
11:00 AM11:00

Hal Crowther @ McIntyre's Books

HAL CROWTHER is an award-winning critic and essayist, a journalist whose work has appeared in many magazines including Time, Newsweek, Granta, Narrative, and the Oxford American. A recipient of the H.L. Mencken Writing Award, he is the author of four essay collections and An Infuriating American: The Incendiary Arts of H.L. Mencken. His previous books of essays, Gather at the River, was a finalist for the NBCC prize for criticism. He lives in Hillsborough, NC, with his wife, the novelist Lee Smith. He will be reading and conversing with Gene Nichol, author of The Faces of Poverty in North Carolina.

Reading and booksigning.

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May-lee Chai @ Green Apple Books on the Park
Nov
30
7:00 PM19:00

May-lee Chai @ Green Apple Books on the Park

MAY-LEE CHAI is the award-winning author of ten books, including the memoir Hapa Girl, the novel Tiger Girl, and her original translation from Chinese to English of the 1934 Autobiography of Ba Jin. Her short prose has appeared in Glimmer Train, Crab Orchard Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of an NEA fellowship and is an assistant professor in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. Chai will be reading with Jamel Brinkley, author of 2018 National Book Award finalist A Lucky Man.

Reading and booksigning.

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Hal Crowther @ WUNC 91.5 FM
Nov
29
12:00 PM12:00

Hal Crowther @ WUNC 91.5 FM

HAL CROWTHER is an award-winning critic and essayist, a journalist whose work has appeared in many magazines including Time, Newsweek, Granta, Narrative, and the Oxford American. A recipient of the H.L. Mencken Writing Award, he is the author of four essay collections and An Infuriating American: The Incendiary Arts of H.L. Mencken. His previous books of essays, Gather at the River, was a finalist for the NBCC prize for criticism. He lives in Hillsborough, NC, with his wife, the novelist Lee Smith.

Interview on WUNC 91.5 FM Radio Show

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Ben Anderson @ Sugarlands Visitor Center and Museum
Nov
24
9:00 AM09:00

Ben Anderson @ Sugarlands Visitor Center and Museum

  • Smokies Park Sugarlands Visitor and Museum (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Since its creation in 1934, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has become the most heavily visited of all our national parks, with yearly visitation sometimes surpassing 10 million people. As the national park system celebrated its centennial in 2016, Ben Anderson decided to explore and closely observe, across the seasons, as much of the nation’s most popular national park as practicable during the year.  On the three or four hikes he took each month, he revisited a number of trails familiar to him from previous excursions as a Smokies backcountry volunteer for more than 20 years. To many, the Smokies are among the loveliest and most interesting mountains anywhere, favored by a remarkable biodiversity. Anderson offers observations on natural and human history, mountain culture, geography, geology, flora and fauna. The book also deftly blends the personal with the universal in a compelling mix of entries from the backcountry. Although this book can be used as a helpful trail guide, it also provides a fresh look and an engaging narrative about our most heavily visited national park, through the eyes and ears of a lifelong devotee.

Ben Anderson was media relations director at Warren Wilson College from 1997 to 2015. Before that he was assistant professor of mass communications at Florida Southern College. He worked on the staffs of The Asheville Times, the Waynesville Mountaineer, Greensboro Record, Athens Banner-Herald, Atlanta Journal, and the Athens Daily News. He has been a backcountry volunteer for Great Smoky Mountains National Park for more than 20 years. He now does marketing and public relations work for the Grove Arcade Public Market Foundation in Asheville. A native of Atlanta, he lives in Asheville, NC.

Book talk and signing

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James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Gettysburg Battlefield Visitor Center
Nov
17
12:00 PM12:00

James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Gettysburg Battlefield Visitor Center

  • Gettysburg Battlefield Visitor Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

JAMES AND SUZANNE GINDLESPERGER are members of the Friends of Gettysburg Foundation, the Save Historic Antietam Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Civil War Preservation Trust. Suzanne is a cofounder of Pennwriters, a professional organization for published and aspiring authors. James is the author of three previous Civil War books. The couple lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

Time to be finalized. Lecture and booksigning. Books will be supplied by authors.

 

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James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Gettysburg Heritage Center
Nov
17
12:00 PM12:00

James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Gettysburg Heritage Center

JAMES AND SUZANNE GINDLESPERGER are members of the Friends of Gettysburg Foundation, the Save Historic Antietam Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Civil War Preservation Trust. Suzanne is a cofounder of Pennwriters, a professional organization for published and aspiring authors. James is the author of three previous Civil War books. The couple lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

Time to be finalized. Lecture and booksigning. Books will be supplied by authors.

 

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James Gindlesperger @ Westmont United Methodist Men's Breakfast
Nov
10
8:00 AM08:00

James Gindlesperger @ Westmont United Methodist Men's Breakfast

  • Westmont United Methodist Church (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

JAMES GINDLESPERGER is a member of the Friends of Gettysburg Foundation, the Save Historic Antietam Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Civil War Preservation Trust. James is the author and coauthor of a number of Civil War books. He lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania with his wife, Suzanne Gindlesperger.

Book talk and signing.

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James Gindlesperger @ Meyersdale American Legion
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

James Gindlesperger @ Meyersdale American Legion

JAMES GINDLESPERGER is a member of the Friends of Gettysburg Foundation, the Save Historic Antietam Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Civil War Preservation Trust. James is the author and coauthor of a number of Civil War books. He lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania with his wife, Suzanne Gindlesperger.

Book talk and signing.

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James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ York Book Expo
Nov
3
11:00 AM11:00

James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ York Book Expo

JAMES AND SUZANNE GINDLESPERGER are members of the Friends of Gettysburg Foundation, the Save Historic Antietam Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Civil War Preservation Trust. Suzanne is a cofounder of Pennwriters, a professional organization for published and aspiring authors. James is the author of three previous Civil War books. The couple lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

Booksigning. Books will be supplied by authors.

 

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L. Lamar Wilson @ FRYE Art Museum
Nov
1
7:00 PM19:00

L. Lamar Wilson @ FRYE Art Museum

L. LAMAR WILSON’s poems have appeared in African American Review, Callaloo, jubilat, Los Angeles Review, The 100 Best African American Poems, and other journals and anthologies. He’s received fellowships from the Cave Canem Foundation, the Alfred E. Knobler Scholarship Fund, and the Arts and Sciences Foundation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he is pursuing a doctorate in African American and multi-ethnic poetics.

Reading and signing with Amanda Johnston and Dante Micheaux.

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May-lee Chai @ Scuppernong Books
Nov
1
7:00 PM19:00

May-lee Chai @ Scuppernong Books

MAY-LEE CHAI is the award-winning author of ten books, including the memoir Hapa Girl, the novel Tiger Girl, and her original translation from Chinese to English of the 1934 Autobiography of Ba Jin. Her short prose has appeared in Glimmer Train, Crab Orchard Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of an NEA fellowship and is an assistant professor in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University.

Reading and signing.

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May-lee Chai @ The Regulator with the Durham Literacy Center
Oct
30
7:00 PM19:00

May-lee Chai @ The Regulator with the Durham Literacy Center

MAY-LEE CHAI is the award-winning author of ten books, including the memoir Hapa Girl, the novel Tiger Girl, and her original translation from Chinese to English of the 1934 Autobiography of Ba Jin. Her short prose has appeared in Glimmer Train, Crab Orchard Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of an NEA fellowship and is an assistant professor in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University.

Reading and booksigning.

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Hugh B. Price @ Detroit Public Library Main
Oct
30
6:00 PM18:00

Hugh B. Price @ Detroit Public Library Main

HUGH B. PRICE has held an array of positions of leadership during his life, from graduating Yale Law School to his career as a legal services lawyer representing low-income clients in New Haven, CT, to his service as the president of the National Urban League. Price has devoted his life to the causes of education, racial equality, and the creation of opportunity. He lives in Westchester County, NY, with his wife, Marilyn.

Reading and booksigning.

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May-lee Chai & Elaine Neil Orr @ Quail Ridge Books
Oct
29
7:00 PM19:00

May-lee Chai & Elaine Neil Orr @ Quail Ridge Books

MAY-LEE CHAI is the award-winning author of ten books, including the memoir Hapa Girl, the novel Tiger Girl, and her original translation from Chinese to English of the 1934 Autobiography of Ba Jin. Her short prose has appeared in Glimmer Train, Crab Orchard Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of an NEA fellowship and is an assistant professor in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University. Chai will be reading with Elaine Neil Orr, author of Swimming Between Worlds, at Quail Ridge Books.

Reading and booksigning.

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James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Civil War Military and Relic Show
Oct
27
to Oct 28

James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Civil War Military and Relic Show

  • AllStar Events Complex (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

JAMES AND SUZANNE GINDLESPERGER are members of the Friends of Gettysburg Foundation, the Save Historic Antietam Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Civil War Preservation Trust. Suzanne is a cofounder of Pennwriters, a professional organization for published and aspiring authors. James is the author of three previous Civil War books. The couple lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

Times to be finalized. Booksigning. Books will be supplied by authors.

 

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Sybil Morial @ Octavia Books
Oct
23
6:00 PM18:00

Sybil Morial @ Octavia Books

SYBIL HAYDEL MORIAL is an educator, activist, and community leader in New Orleans, Louisiana. The wife of the first African-American mayor of New Orleans, Ernest “Dutch” Morial, Sybil spent her career in the education field, first as a public school teacher and later as an administrator at Xavier University in New Orleans.

Reading and book signing.

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Hal Crowther @ Quail Ridge Books
Oct
21
2:00 PM14:00

Hal Crowther @ Quail Ridge Books

HAL CROWTHER is an award-winning journalist and essayist whose work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Oxford American, the Independent, and independent weeklies around the country. He is the author of four books of essays, including An Infuriating American and Cathedrals of Kudzu. He was a finalist for the Magazine Award and for the National Book Critics Circle prize for criticism and nonfiction. He lives in Hillsborough, NC, with his wife, novelist Lee Smith.

Reading and booksigning.

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Ben Anderson @ Oconaluftee Visitor Center
Oct
20
1:00 PM13:00

Ben Anderson @ Oconaluftee Visitor Center

Since its creation in 1934, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has become the most heavily visited of all our national parks, with yearly visitation sometimes surpassing 10 million people. As the national park system celebrated its centennial in 2016, Ben Anderson decided to explore and closely observe, across the seasons, as much of the nation’s most popular national park as practicable during the year.  On the three or four hikes he took each month, he revisited a number of trails familiar to him from previous excursions as a Smokies backcountry volunteer for more than 20 years. To many, the Smokies are among the loveliest and most interesting mountains anywhere, favored by a remarkable biodiversity. Anderson offers observations on natural and human history, mountain culture, geography, geology, flora and fauna. The book also deftly blends the personal with the universal in a compelling mix of entries from the backcountry. Although this book can be used as a helpful trail guide, it also provides a fresh look and an engaging narrative about our most heavily visited national park, through the eyes and ears of a lifelong devotee.

Ben Anderson was media relations director at Warren Wilson College from 1997 to 2015. Before that he was assistant professor of mass communications at Florida Southern College. He worked on the staffs of The Asheville Times, the Waynesville Mountaineer, Greensboro Record, Athens Banner-Herald, Atlanta Journal, and the Athens Daily News. He has been a backcountry volunteer for Great Smoky Mountains National Park for more than 20 years. He now does marketing and public relations work for the Grove Arcade Public Market Foundation in Asheville. A native of Atlanta, he lives in Asheville, NC.

Book talk and signing.

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Hugh B. Price @ Heinz History Center
Oct
18
6:00 PM18:00

Hugh B. Price @ Heinz History Center

HUGH B. PRICE has held an array of positions of leadership during his life, from graduating Yale Law School to his career as a legal services lawyer representing low-income clients in New Haven, CT, to his service as the president of the National Urban League. Price has devoted his life to the causes of education, racial equality, and the creation of opportunity. He lives in Westchester County, NY, with his wife, Marilyn.

Lecture and booksigning.

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May-lee Chai @ Teach In on Immigration, Foothill College
Oct
17
7:00 PM19:00

May-lee Chai @ Teach In on Immigration, Foothill College

MAY-LEE CHAI is the award-winning author of ten books, including the memoir Hapa Girl, the novel Tiger Girl, and her original translation from Chinese to English of the 1934 Autobiography of Ba Jin. Her short prose has appeared in Glimmer Train, Crab Orchard Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She is the recipient of an NEA fellowship and is an assistant professor in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University.

Talk and signing. Jose Antonio Vargas and Sonia Nazario headlining.

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Hal Crowther @ Orange County Public Library with Purple Crow Books
Oct
16
6:00 PM18:00

Hal Crowther @ Orange County Public Library with Purple Crow Books

HAL CROWTHER is an award-winning journalist and essayist whose work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Oxford American, the Independent, and independent weeklies around the country. He is the author of four books of essays, including An Infuriating American and Cathedrals of Kudzu. He was a finalist for the Magazine Award and for the National Book Critics Circle prize for criticism and nonfiction. He lives in Hillsborough, NC, with his wife, novelist Lee Smith.

Reading and booksigning.

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Ben Anderson @ Adventure Bound Books
Sep
27
5:00 PM17:00

Ben Anderson @ Adventure Bound Books

Since its creation in 1934, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has become the most heavily visited of all our national parks, with yearly visitation sometimes surpassing 10 million people. As the national park system celebrated its centennial in 2016, Ben Anderson decided to explore and closely observe, across the seasons, as much of the nation’s most popular national park as practicable during the year.  On the three or four hikes he took each month, he revisited a number of trails familiar to him from previous excursions as a Smokies backcountry volunteer for more than 20 years. To many, the Smokies are among the loveliest and most interesting mountains anywhere, favored by a remarkable biodiversity. Anderson offers observations on natural and human history, mountain culture, geography, geology, flora and fauna. The book also deftly blends the personal with the universal in a compelling mix of entries from the backcountry. Although this book can be used as a helpful trail guide, it also provides a fresh look and an engaging narrative about our most heavily visited national park, through the eyes and ears of a lifelong devotee.

Ben Anderson was media relations director at Warren Wilson College from 1997 to 2015. Before that he was assistant professor of mass communications at Florida Southern College. He worked on the staffs of The Asheville Times, the Waynesville Mountaineer, Greensboro Record, Athens Banner-Herald, Atlanta Journal, Athens Daily News. He has been a backcountry volunteer for Great Smoky Mountains National Park for more than 20 years. He now does marketing and public relations work for the Grove Arcade Public Market Foundation in Asheville. A native of Atlanta, he lives in Asheville, NC.

Book talk and signing.

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James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Descendants of Civil War Veterans
Sep
26
7:00 PM19:00

James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Descendants of Civil War Veterans

JAMES AND SUZANNE GINDLESPERGER are members of the Friends of Gettysburg Foundation, the Save Historic Antietam Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Civil War Preservation Trust. Suzanne is a cofounder of Pennwriters, a professional organization for published and aspiring authors. James is the author of three previous Civil War books. The couple lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

Book talk and signing.

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Hugh B. Price @ Yaseen Lecture Series
Sep
26
6:30 PM18:30

Hugh B. Price @ Yaseen Lecture Series

HUGH B. PRICE has held an array of positions of leadership during his life, from graduating Yale Law School to his career as a legal services lawyer representing low-income clients in New Haven, CT, to his service as the president of the National Urban League. Price has devoted his life to the causes of education, racial equality, and the creation of opportunity. He lives in Westchester County, NY, with his wife, Marilyn.

Interview with photographer John Shearer.

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James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Baltzer Meyer Historical Society
Sep
16
2:00 PM14:00

James & Suzanne Gindlesperger @ Baltzer Meyer Historical Society

  • Baltzer Meyer Historical Society (map)
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JAMES AND SUZANNE GINDLESPERGER are members of the Friends of Gettysburg Foundation, the Save Historic Antietam Foundation, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Civil War Preservation Trust. Suzanne is a cofounder of Pennwriters, a professional organization for published and aspiring authors. James is the author of three previous Civil War books. The couple lives in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

Lecture and booksigning. Books will be supplied by authors.

 

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Hugh B. Price @ Howard University Library
Sep
12
1:00 PM13:00

Hugh B. Price @ Howard University Library

HUGH B. PRICE has held an array of positions of leadership during his life, from graduating Yale Law School to his career as a legal services lawyer representing low-income clients in New Haven, CT, to his service as the president of the National Urban League. Price has devoted his life to the causes of education, racial equality, and the creation of opportunity. He lives in Westchester County, NY, with his wife, Marilyn.

Interview.

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Sybil Haydel Morial @ The Harlem Fine Arts Festival
Aug
11
to Aug 13

Sybil Haydel Morial @ The Harlem Fine Arts Festival

SYBIL HAYDEL MORIAL is an educator, activist, and community leader in New Orleans, Louisiana. The wife of the first African-American mayor of New Orleans, Ernest N. "Dutch" Morial, spent her career in the education field, first as a public school teacher and later as an administrator at Xavier University in New Orleans.

Lecture and booksigning.

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