October 25, 2014
12:45PM Saturday, October 19
Trinity Sanctuary, Copley Square
It is said that even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness. In Enon, Paul Harding’s “gorgeous and haunting” (PW) follow up to his Pulitzer Prize–winning Tinkers, the grandson of George Crosby deals with a crushing tragedy. Ayana Mathis, in The Twelve Tribes of Hattie, an Oprah pick, writes with “blazing insight” (Booklist) of the anguished legacy of the Great Migration. These accomplished authors explores the darkness with moderator Kim McLarin, author of Divorce Dog. Sponsored by The Writer magazine.