Book Talk with Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock and Eowyn Ivey
Please join us for Dinner with Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock at 6 p.m. on Thursday, February 25th at Palmer's own Turkey Red Restaurant. Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock is the author of the new young adult novel set in 1970s Alaska, The Smell of Other People's Houses, Eowyn Ivey is the author of "The Snow Child" and (coming this August) To the Bright Edge of the World.
Tickets are $25. They are available here or at Fireside Books through February 24th. They sell fast, so please call or visit to reserve your place at this premier Alaskan author experience!
Bonnie-Sue will also be earlier in the day for available for a free book-signing at Fireside Books.
Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock was born and raised in Alaska. For many years she was a reporter for Alaska Public Radio, and she was the host and producer of Independent Native News, a daily newscast which aired in the U.S. and Canada and focused on Alaska Native issues, American Indians, and Canada's First Nations. She has two children who've spent most of their summers fishing commercially on their family boat in Southeast Alaska (except for the year they jumped ship to run an espresso stand out of a wall tent at a remote hotspring).
Her news stories and creative essays have appeared on NPR; in the Anchorage Daily News, High Country News, the Los Angeles Review and elsewhere. She has an MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Hamline University.
Bonnie-Sue's first novel, The Smell of Other People's Houses, tells the stories of teenagers whose quirky, tragic and interconnected lives are shaped by an equally unsentimental environment—Alaska in the early '70s. It will be published in 2016 by Wendy Lamb Books/Random House in the U.S. and Canada and by Faber in the U.K.
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