February 22, 7 p m. Pen on Fire Speaker Series
An Evening with Novelists Dawn Tripp and Norman Ollestad
In conversation with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett
An Independent Mystery
8907 Warner Ave. #135
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
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DAWN TRIPP is the author of Georgia: a novel of Georgia O’Keeffe. A National Bestseller and a finalist for the New England Book Award, Georgia has been described as “complex and original” by The New York Times Book Review and “magical and provocative” by USA Today. Winner of the Massachusetts Book Award for Fiction, Tripp is the author of three previous novels, Moon Tide, The Season of Open Water, and Game of Secrets. Her essays have appeared in the Virginia Quarterly Review, The Believer, The Rumpus, Psychology Today, and NPR. She lives in Massachusetts with her family. www.dawntripp.com
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February 22, 7 p m. Pen on Fire Speaker Series - An Evening with Novelists Dawn Tripp and Norman Ollestad - In conversation with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett
Saturday, February 25, 11 a.m. – San Clemente Friends of the Library Annual Author Luncheon, Speakers: Catriona McPherson, Alex Espinoza, Kim Hooper. For reservations: Alma Savage at (949) 453-5504
Sunday, March 19, 10 a.m. - Anaheim Public Library Foundation 22nd Annual Mystery Luncheon and Auction, Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort, Speakers: Sue Ann Jaffarian, Naomi Hirahara, Sheila Lowe, Daryl Gerber Woods.
April 22 – 23,Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, USC campus.
Sunday, October 1, 3rd Annual Ladies of Intrigue, Embassy Suites, Orange County.
March 16 – 19, Left Coast Crime, Hawaii, USA
April 28 – 30, Malice Domestic, Maryland, USA
May 18 – 21, Crimefest, Bristol, England
July 11 – 15, Thrillerfest, New York, USA
October 12 - 15, Bouchercon, World Mystery Conference, Toronto, Canada
Norman Ollestad is the author of French Girl with Mother and the 2009 bestseller Crazy for the Storm: A Memoir of Survival. Norman’s writing has received extraordinary praise from The New York Times to Entertainment Weekly, and has won admiration from esteemed voices including Russell Banks, Jim Harrison, Susan Cheever, and Carolyn See, and invited comparisons to Tobias Wolff and Jon Krakauer.