October 25, 2014
7:30pm Thursday, October 17
Back Bay Events Center, 180 Berkeley Street
The Boston Book Festival brings together writers whose work is about terror and terrorism. Whether writing to induce terror or writing about the minds of those who seek to terrify, they plumb the depths of the psyche to explore fear. Former CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson draws on her spy experience in her novel, Blowback, while Mary Louise Kelly, who covered the intelligence community for NPR, writes about nuclear terrorism in Anonymous Sources. Writer, director, producer and actor Wes Craven is a master of the thriller, including Nightmare on Elm Street and The Hills Have Eyes. Terrorism expert Jessica Stern comes to the subject with a history of having been terrorized, which she describes in Denial: A Memoir. Moderated by Time magazine’s political columnist, Joe Klein. Sponsored by Boston Metro.
Advance online ticketing is now closed for this event. Tickets will be available at the door for $12 (lower orchestra) or $6 (upper orchestra).