Talk by Author Colin Rafferty
|Date of Event||Tuesday, 19th April 2016|
|Start Time||7:00 pm|
|Ending Time||8:30 pm|
|Venue Location||Deltaville Branch Library|
|Street address||35 Lover’s Lane|
|Cost of Event – or Free||FREE!!!|
|Please tell us about your event.||Middlesex County Public Library Distinguished Authors Series.
Columbine? Colin Rafferty went there.
The field where Flight 93 crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania? Colin Rafferty was there.
The concentration camp at Treblinka? Colin Rafferty visited.
World Trade Center? Ditto.
Colin Rafferty has a thing about tragic sites. (Call it an obsession, if you like; he does.)
He visits them. He thinks deeply about them. And he writes about them.
“Hallow This Ground” is Colin Rafferty’s book about memorials and monuments and his obsession.
“Rafferty’s essays, both gripping and wonderfully reflective, illuminate.”
– Kirkus Reviews
Colin Rafferty will be at the Deltaville Branch Library Tuesday, April 19 at 7:00 pm to deliver a talk
“From Ideas to Page: The Making of a First Book”
Join us for this special free program.
Light refreshments will be served.