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New York Times bestselling author Lisa Unger will talk about her latest novel, The Red Hunter, at the Key West Public Library on May 1st at 6PM.
Unger’s books are published in twenty-six languages worldwide, have sold millions of copies and have been named “Best of the Year” or top picks by the Today show, Good Morning America, Entertainment Weekly, Amazon.com, Independent Booksellers, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel and the Sun Sentinel.
Her essays have appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR and Travel+Leisure Magazine. Lisa Unger lives in the Tampa Bay area of Florida with her husband, daughter …
Music in the Palm Garden — Saturday, March 25th at 7PM — featuring Finnish duo, Vellamo.
Free & Open to the public. Seating is limited. Gates open at 6:30pm. This special event is sponsored by the Friends of the Key West Library.
About the band:
Pia Leinonen, originally from the arctic region of Lapland, is Vellamo’s lead singer. Her exquisite voice combines her love and vast knowledge of Finnish folk music with the western singer–songwriter tradition in a unique and beautiful way.
Joni Tiala, originally from the Finnish port of Kokkola, began playing …
This event will feature a Q&A with the director of the documentary, Carey Winfrey. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
“Ever since John dos Passos told the recently divorced and remarried Ernest Hemingway he ought to give Key West a try, in 1927, the island of bones has been attracting writers of all stripes and interests. The poets Wallace Stevens, Robert Frost and Elizabeth Bishop soon followed Hemingway, to be joined in turn by Tennessee Williams, Thomas McGuane, Truman Capote, and countless others: Dan Gerber, Lawrence Shames, Hunter Thompson, Richard …
This workshop is geared to anyone interested in writing new poetry, regardless of experience or publication history. Each workshop will consist of: reading established poets’ poems for inspiration (and to invite the spirit of writing to our group); presentation of prompt(s); time to write; time to share what we have written; time for discussion/field questions regarding craft and/or po’-bis’ (the business aspect of poetry–publishing one’s work, organizing a reading, etc.).
The workshop is free, but you must register by emailing: email@example.com
The workshop is limited to 11 registrants per day.
About the Instructor: …
Thursday, March 2nd: Teacher and historian Betty Darst will discuss David McCullough’s book, “The Wright Brothers.”
Tuesday, March 7th : Author Jane Newhagen will talk about her new novel, “Chambered Nautilus: A Tale of Old Key West.” Newhagen is also the author of the historical Key West novels, “Sand Dollar” and “Pieces of Eight.”
Thursday, March 9th: Lecturer Terrance Fiore will present a talk called “The Civil Right Movement in the 1960’s: A Personal Perspective.”
Tuesday, March 14th: Key West Library’s Historian Tom Hambright will talk about Hemingway’s Key West novel, “To Have and Have …
New York Times Bestselling Author Deborah Crombie — Wednesday, March 1st at 6PM in the Key West Library Auditorium
Deborah Crombie is the New York Times bestselling author of the Scotland Yard detectives series featuring Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James. Crombie, a native Texan who has lived in both England and Scotland, now lives in McKinney, Texas, sharing a house that is more than one hundred years old with her husband, three cats, and two German shepherds.
Ms. Crombie will be in conversation with Lucy Burdette, author of the Key West food …