ANGELA FLOURNOY with Seattle Reads at Seattle Public Library
Presented by THE SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
This evening culminates Angela Flournoy’s four-day visit which has taken her to all four corners of the city, as well as its heart. This, for the reading and conversation about her rightfully cited, much-praised debut novel, The Turner House (Mariner/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt).
"Utterly moving and tough as nails, The Turner House is a love story as immense as the family it describes, and as complicated as the city that made them. A clear-sighted ode to the bonds that make and break us, to resilience across generations, to shared joys and solitary struggles, Flournoy's debut is as fresh and bold as they come. Commanding and unputdownable!" - Ayana Mathis.
Elliott Bay looks forward to being on hand, part of this evening as we have been part of Seattle Reads programs since it started in 1998. Free admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, please see www.spl.org or call 206.386.4636.