Margaret Atwood with Regina Marler: Old Babes In The Wood
Tue, Nov 7 from 6pm - 7pm
Margaret Atwood joins us to discuss her latest book, Old Babes In The Wood. Dedicated to her late partner, this is her first short story collection in almost a decade. This dazzling collection of 15 stories contain reflections on marriage, mortality, and human foibles. In all of these intimate tales, Atwood’s wild imagination and sense of humor shine through.
Regarded as one of the world’s greatest living writers, Margaret Atwood is best known for her phenomenal novel The Handmaid’s Tale and its sequel, The Testaments. Atwood has received numerous literary awards, including the Booker Prize, the Arthur C. Clarke Award, and the Governor General’s Award, twice.
Margaret Atwood will be in conversation with author and literary critic, Regina Marler.
In partnership with the American Ancestors' American Inspiration Author Series and Charleston County Public Library
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