Let us continue to deliver authors to your living room. The next author in the Southern Edition series is Edward Farmer. He will be talking with us about his new book PALE and answering your questions.
"Edward Farmer's powerful debut, Pale, lures you in with its atmospheric prose, grabbing hold gently and then slowly tightening its emotional grip with each page. His main character, Bernice, must navigate Mississippi plantation life circa 1966 with its deeply embedded racism and well-established patriarchy, as well as the complex tensions between both Mr. and Mrs. Kerns and their servants. It's a beautifully wrought novel, with each character sensitively drawn, exposing the lasting effects of trauma. Farmer is a writer to watch!" -John Copenhaver, author of the Macavity Award-winning Dodging and Burning
Here are the details you need:
Date: Wednesday, May 27th
Time: 2PM Central Daylight Time
Attendance is limited..
If you RSVP to attend, we will email you with the link to participate in this virtual event, plus the link to purchase books (which you will also find below if you are ready to order now). Happy Reading!
Edward Farmer is a native of Memphis, Tennessee, where he journaled and cultivated stories his entire childhood. He is a graduate of Amherst College with a degree in English and psychology, and recipient of the MacArthur-Leithauser Travel Award for creative writing. He currently lives and writes in Pasadena, California. Pale is his first novel.
"Some things just don't keep well inside this house ..."