To promote members' books launched on the eve of or in the midst of the pandemic, LAWCHA is hosting Zoom book talks by some fantastic authors.
First up is Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, LAWCHA’s founding president, who will be talking about her new book Sisters and Rebels: A Struggle for the Soul of America (W.W. Norton).
Winner of the PEN Award and the Prose Award from the Association of American Publishers, Sisters and Rebels offers an epic narrative of American history told through a buried tradition of expatriation, female reinvention, and southern radicalism and reaction that speaks directly to our own times.
The talk, followed by Q&A, will be at 7 p.m. on May 21st.
The event will be moderated by Mac Marquis, ABD, The College of William & Mary
To participate, register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEkceCupz0pG9KAcE_jdeyt3xSX6uWz-ngR