Meet Me this Thursday, April 13!
I'm looking forward to a wonderful book discussion at the Haverhill Public Library this Thursday evening at 7:00, and hope you can be there.
In this era of social turmoil, novels have the power to inform as they entertain, breaking down barriers to compassion and communication. The Language of Bodies is a page-turner which does just that. The love story at the center of the tale moves readers and helps them realize the essential humanity of transgender people, and the very real danger prejudice presents.
I'm so grateful that the Cummings Foundation's focus on diversity and inclusion has made this event possible, in cooperation with the wonderful Buttonwoods Museum and Haverhill Public Library.
If you don't have a copy of the book yet, don't worry: they'll be on hand, and FREE to attendees. Kindle versions can also be provided. And if you haven't registered, that's okay too! Click here to register, or just show up!
Discussion questions related to the book are below, so if you've read it by the time Thursday evening rolls around, you can keep these questions in mind. If you've not yet read it but plan to attend, you'll have them in hand for when you encounter the story.
And email me (email@example.com) if you'd like to attend via Zoom!
The event is sure to be an insightful time of considering how fiction contributes to constructive social discourse. Can't wait to see you.
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