Mitch Albom: Tuesdays with Morrie Author Discusses Latest Novel at Kepler's Books
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The last date listed for An Evening with Mitch Albom was Wednesday November 20, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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New York Times best-selling author Gail Sheehy made a splash on the late '70s literary scene with her famed self-help book Passages, which dissects the pitfalls of early adulthood. She went on to pen a series of similar works that serve as roadmaps for navigating everything from menopause, to the milestones of men's lives, to the sexuality of senior women. A member of the "New Journalism" movement that emerged in the 1960s, Sheehy's had bylines in The New Yorker, The New York Times and Harper's Bazaar, to name but a few. She interviewed a pre-Grey Gardens Edith Bouvier Beale for New York magazine and followed the likes of Margaret Thatcher, Newt Gingrich and Hillary Clinton for Vanity Fair. She'll be discussing her colorful career, as well as her new memoir, Daring, with talk radio host Angie Corio. Learn More
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Kepler’s Books was founded in Menlo Park in May 1955 by peace activist Roy Kepler. For 57 years, Kepler’s has been the intellectual and cultural hub for the Peninsula, known for its outstanding literary events, knowledgeable staff, broad selection of books and magazines, and for its deep ties to the community.