a week from today: Bloomingdale resident & author Natalie Hopkinson participating in HSW's "Landscapes, Love & Memory: How Authors Use Place" conversation
See this event announcement from the Historical Society of Washington, DC:
April 15, 2017, 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Landscapes, Love, and Memory: How Authors Use Place Hosted at the Historic Carnegie Library
Setting and landscape infuse books and novels with a sense of place. A well-placed description or attention to the details of a street, city, or town can evoke powerful memories and a sense of attachment. How do authors use landscapes and place in their work? Join author Marita Golden (A Long Distance Life and The Wide Circumference of Love) as she leads a conversation with author Natalie Hopkinson (Go-Go Live) about how they use memory, landscapes, and the love of place to inform their work.