Barbara Kingsolver, one of America’s most perceptive authors, makes her first public presentation following the publication of her fourteenth novel, Flight Behavior. The plot explores the timely theme of climate change, along with the media exploitation and political opportunism that lie at the root of what may be our most urgent modern dilemma.
Event begins at 7:30PM
Presented by: Politics & Prose
Featured Artist(s): Barbara Kingsolver
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