A Summer with Southern Authors, the series developed by the Charleston Library Society in cooperation with Evening Post Books and Buxton Books, will continue with another virtual conversation on Thursday, July 9, at 4:30 pm.
Jeff Upshaw and Bob Deans will discuss with Polly Buxton what it was like coming of age in the 1960s South. Authors of Twelve Days in Sunset and The Bicycle Man, Upshaw and Deans reflect on 1960s southern boyhoods from different vantage points — the Mississippi Delta and the suburbs of Richmond, Virginia. To RSVP, click here.
For more information on the program, click here.
Established December 28, 1748, the Charleston Library Society has a rich history as a “cultural institution for life-long learning, serving its members, the Lowcountry community and scholars through access to its rich collection of books, manuscripts and archival material and programs promoting discussion and understanding of the ideas they contain.” For more information, see their website here.
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