EVENTS  

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20 6:30 PM AT BOSWELL’S

Local writers Emily Arsenault and Daniel Hales will read from and discuss their latest books.
On The Last Thing I Told You by Emily Arsenault
“Another shape-shifting psychological mystery by Emily Arsenault, a writer who constantly surprises me.”
– Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review
The Last Thing I Told You swept me in with its haunting premise and captivating characters. Emily Arsenault weaves a thrilling, layered story that connects past and present, truth and memory. An original, unpredictable tale of psychological suspense.”
– Megan Miranda, New York Times bestselling author of The Perfect Stranger

On Run Story by Daniel Hales
“The kids at The Center appear at times to be students, at times to be patients, at times to be inmates. They are molting. Or maybe dreaming of molting. The book is both heartbreaking and comedic, immersing the reader in a world of chaos but also progress, and sometimes even transcendence” –Michael Earl Craig                                                    

 

 

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 AT 6:30 PM AT THE SHELBURNE SENIOR CENTER

Bestselling mystery writer Archer Mayor is back !!  The author named America’s best writer of police procedural’s is coming back to Shelburne Falls to talk about his latest installment in the “Joe Gunther” series, Bury the Lead, his 29th overall. Mayor is easily as good a storyteller in person as he is on the written page, so you won’t want to miss this.

 

 

THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 AT 6:30 PM AT BOSWELL’S

Allen Young’s amazing memoir Left, Gay &Green: A Writer’s Life describes his life well-lived. A reporter for the Washington Post and Liberation News Service, anti-Vietnam War protester, editor of several gay anthologies, activist in the “no nukes” movement, and founder of a commune—just for starters! Through it all, Young constantly explored what it meant to be “left, gay, and green.” His career, political pursuits, and relationships all took him in surprising new directions, but even as his identity was changing, Young never lost his true sense of self.