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, August 6, at 4:30 pm.
Join John Warley, author of The Home Guard and Stand Forever, Yielding Never, as he has a conversation with Polly Buxton of Buxton Books about his incredible stories, fiction and nonfiction alike. With a historian’s eye for detail, Warley has written a story set in and around Beaufort during the Civil War in his book The Home Guard. His history of the Citadel, Stand Forever, Yielding Never, is rich in intimate details of the institution and its leadership. He’ll discuss both books in this session. To RSVP, click here.
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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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