Nov. 5, 7:00 p.m. (Eastern time)
My long-time editing client, Fred Schloemer, penned an essay "Great Expectations in Butchertown," which is featured in the new Louisville Anthology. We worked closely together to shape and fine-tune the essay and Fred was kind enough to grant me coauthor status. Now Carmichael’s Bookstore and Louisville Literary Arts is hosting a virtual event with Erin Keane, poet, professor, and Salon editor-in-chief. Erin edited the Louisville Anthology. The event is free: www.carmichalsbookstore.com/event/louisville-anthology-w-erin-keane-louisville-literary-arts. Order the book at: https://beltpublishing.com/products/the-louisville-anthology.
Presentation for Friends of Liberia and the San Diego World Affairs Council. The first couple of minutes were cut off, but you can most of the presentation here: https://fol.org/watch-and-meet-the-author-of-liberty-brought-us-here/
Presentation for McLean County Museum of History, Bloomington, Illinois: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-jLQZXZjLs. (Please note that the presentation starts 15-20 seconds in and that there are several seconds where the audio goes out at about minute 34 and then starts again.)