One on One with Elizabeth Strout

For Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Elizabeth Strout, writing is an “act of communication” between herself and her readers. Her new novel, “The Burgess Boys,” continues that conversation with an unsettling look into the lives of siblings, their families, an immigrant haunted by loss, and the small town that ties them together.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am