Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Always interested in trying something different, we asked the poet/artist/novelist if she would appear at Reader's Choice at 5 pm, on the same day as our event. With all the social services in the area and Carla's outreach to teachers, it was a lovely early evening (as opposed to our event at 7 pm, which is later in the evening). Sapphire is eloquent talking about social services and the cycle of abuse present in her novels Push (Precious) and The Kid It's not to late for you to rush over and here her talk at Boswell. And both Reader's Choice and Boswell will have signed copies afterwards.
Posted by Daniel Goldin at 6:33 PM