Nationally Acclaimed Writer Alice Hoffman Will Read from her Latest Novel, "The Dovekeepers," Tuesday, May 21, at 6:30 PM

Alice Hoffman will visit the South End Library next Tuesday to read from her compelling 2012 novel, The Dovekeepers, which just came out in paperback. Hoffman, who lives in the Boston area, has published a total of twenty-one novels, three books of short fiction, and eight books for children and young adults. Her novel, Here on Earth, an Oprah Book Club choice, was a modern reworking of some of the themes of Emily Bronte’s masterpiece Wuthering Heights. Hoffman’s work has been published in more than twenty translations and some one hundred foreign editions. Her novels have received mention as notable books of the year by The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, The Los Angeles Times, Library Journal, and People Magazine. She wrote the original screenplay, Independence Day, a film starring Kathleen Quinlan and Diane Wiest. Her teen novel. Aquamarine, was made into a film starring Emma Roberts. Her short fiction and non-fiction have appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe Magazine, Kenyon Review, The Los Angeles Times, Architectural Digest, Harvard Review, Ploughshares and
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other magazines. The Dovekeepers, is a historical novel describing the AD70 massacre at Masada from the point of view of four women at the fortress before it fell during the Jewish-Roman war, is the most recent of the nearly two dozen novels by Hoffman. She will be introduced by another nationally acclaimed author, South End resident Sue Miller. Seating is limited. The event starts at 6:30 PM. Books will be available for purchase and borrowing, thanks to the staff at the South End branch. ===== The next readings of the 2012/2013 South End Writes season are: Tuesday, June 11, 6:30 p.m. Alice Stone, the local filmmaker whose mesmerizing documentary, Angelo Unwritten, has followed the life of a teenager adopted out of foster care when he was twelve, will return with an update of new material gathered since December 2011. ===== Tuesday, June 18, 6:30 p.m. Philip Gambone will return to read from his current work-in-progress, retracing the steps of his father who, as a soldier, was sent to Europe during the Second World War. =====