The Friends of the Winthrop Library (FOWL) are presenting virtual author programs for adults every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. through Zoom.

 Check out their upcoming lineup! Visit www.winthroplibraryfriends.org/events to sign up for an event.

Phil Klay

Thursday, June 18

Klay will read from his short story collection Redeployment, which takes readers to the front lines of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, asking us to understand what happened there and what happened to the soldiers who returned. Learn more at www.philklay.com.

Melissa Pritchard

Thursday, June 25

Melissa Pritchard is the author of eleven books, including a biography and collection of essays. Learn more at www.melissapritchard.com.

Martha Brockenbrough

Thursday, July 2

Unpresidented is an unvarnished biography of Donald Trump, his family history, his business history, the key points of his campaign and his first year and a half in office as President. Brockenbrough is the author of two books for adults and ten books for young readers. She lives in Seattle with her family. Learn more at www.martha-brockenbrough.squarespace.com.

Learn more about these programs at www.winthroplibraryfriends.org.

Past authors have included Nancy Pearl, Carol Casella, Ann Patchett, and Tara Conklin.

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