Friends of the South End Library regularly sponsor local authors to present and read their works.
Posts from the ‘South End Writes’ Category
- 0A Book Talk by Professor Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot about “Exits: The Endings that Set us Free” Brings on Questions about Youth Violence, Parents’ Fears and How to Console Grieving Children
- 0Author Paul McLean Will Talk About His Book “Blood Lines: Fatherhood, Faith and Love in the Time of Stem Cells,” Describing the Transformative Fight for the Life of His Child, Struck by an Often-fatal Blood Disorder, Tuesday, April 5 at 6:30 PM
- 0Acclaimed Harvard Sociologist and South End Resident, Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, Will Talk About Her Most Recent Book, “Exits: The Endings That Set Us Free,” Tuesday, March 8 at 6:30 PM
- 0Boston Globe Spotlight Reporter Steve Kurkjian Wants to Know “How We Can Get Boston to Feel The Loss” and “Rally the Troops” to Recover the 13 Irreplaceable Works of Art Stolen From the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990, a Treasure Valued at Half a Billion Dollars
- 0Virginia Pye, Reading from Her Second Novel, “Dreams of the Red Phoenix,” Describes the Archives of Her Grandparents, Missionaries in North China, as the Inspiration for Her Two Recent Books, and the Next One, Still in Progress