If you’re in NC, you’ve got a couple chances to catch up with our busily touring authors this week.
Tonight!!, Tuesday, March 24:
- Nancy Carter Crump, reception @ 5 pm, reading @ 5:45pm, Wilson Library UNC-CH. The author of Hearthside Cooking will be featured as part of the Southern Historical Collection Book Series, featuring authors whose research has involved material in the SHC. Get there soon to taste some of the dishes from her collection of early American recipes.
- Anna Hayes, 6:30 pm, Reidsville (NC) Public Library. Hayes, author of Without Precedent: The Life of Susie Marshall Sharp will give a reading.
- Josh Howard, 7pm, Quail Ridge Books, Raleigh, NC. Howard is coauthor (with Lawrence Babits) of Long, Obstinate, and Bloody: The Battle of Guilford Courthouse. If you missed last week’s events at the park site, come meet Howard tonight.
- Gerda Lerner, 7pm, Regulator Bookshop, Durham, NC. Just down the highway from Quail Ridge is another favorite indy bookshop, where you can meet pioneer women’s historian Gerda Lerner, who has just published a powerful new collection of essays, Living with History / Making Social Change.
Tomorrow! Wednesday, March 25:
- Lars Schoultz, 11am, Center for Cuban Studies, NYC. Shoultz is author of a bold, realistic assessment of America’s policies toward Cuba: That Infernal Little Cuban Republic: The United States and the Cuban Revolution.
- Nancy Carter Crump, 12 noon, A Southern Season, Chapel Hill, NC. A second chance for you lucky locals!
- Anna Hayes in Hillsborough, NC, 7:30 pm at the Burwell School.