Award-Winning Author and Journalist Tracy Kidder Comes to Benaroya Hall
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The last date listed for Tracy Kidder was Wednesday March 2, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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I was initially disappointed that he wasn't going to talk about his latest book. However, my disappointment disappeared as he talked warmly and intelligently about the relationship he and his editor have shared through the years. The Q & A session was delightful.
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great event, extrememly well attended. My only complaint is that the ushers did not manage the Q&A process well. I would have loved to have asked a question, but I could not get an ushers attention to get a card to write out my question.
Quotes & Highlights
Tracy Kidder graduated from Harvard and studied at the University of Iowa. He has won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Award, the Robert F. Kennedy Award, and many other literary prizes. The author of Strength in What Remains, Mountains Beyond Mountains, My Detachment, Home Town, Old Friends, Among Schoolchildren, House, and The Soul of a New Machine, Kidder lives in Massachusetts and Maine.