The Harrison Museum of African American Culture is pleased to present a book review presentation on Truevine with local writer Beth Macy on Monday, February 26, 2018. A reception for Ms. Macy will begin at 5:30 with the program beginning at 6:15 pm.
This program is co-hosted by Hollins University and Roanoke College.
After a presentation by Beth Macy, professors from Roanoke and Hollins will lead a question and answer session. Moderators will be Cathryn Hankla, professor of English and creative writing at Hollins University and Dr. Robert Schultz, John P. Fishwick professor of English at Roanoke College.
The public is invited to attend with admission being $20. Truevine will be sold at the event (with a book signing by the author) and is available in advance at Book No Further, located at 16 Church Ave SW, Roanoke, Va.
Roanoke and Hollins students are free with a valid student ID. The book Truevine will be sold at the event (with a book signing by the author) and in advance at the local bookstore Book No Further which is located at 16 Church Ave SW, Roanoke VA 24011.
Those from the Roanoke College community interested in attending should RSVP to the Roanoke College PR office, who is coordinating the Roanoke College guest list with the Harrison Museum. Although there is a charge for the public to attend, those from the Roanoke College community who wish to attend and RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org will be covered by the PR office as one of the sponsors of the program.
Roanoke and Hollins are sponsoring a presentation with local writer BethMacy on her NY Times best seller Truevine. The event is co-sponsored with The Harrison Museum of African American Culture and will be held at the museum in downtown Roanoke. .Harrison Museum of African American Culture RC News false MM/DD/YYYY