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Women’s History Month Online Author Chat
March 19 • 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Join us on Zoom for a special Women’s History Month author chat focused on two books by women authors exploring the journeys of empowered American women artists in the early 20th century.
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Author MARI COATES is an MFA alumna of the Warren Wilson Program for Writers and lives in San Francisco, where she has been an arts writer and theater critic, and a senior editor at UC Press. Her recently published first novel, The Pelton Papers, reimagines the life of American modernist painter Agnes Pelton (1881-1961) and is a bronze medalist in the 2020 Independent Publisher Book Awards
Author JOANNA FITZPATRICK was raised in Hollywood. Her novels include the The Drummer’s Widow, Katherine Mansfield, which won Bronze in the 2021 Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) in Historical Fiction, and the recently released The Artist Colony, which Kirkus Reviews called “an escape to gorgeous Carmel and an engaging mystery.” Fitzpatrick’s great aunt was involved with the famous colony by the sea.
Moderator PEG ALFORD PURSELL is the author of A Girl Goes into the Forest (Dzanc) and Show Her a Flower, A Bird, A Shadow, the 2017 Foreword Book of the Year for Literary Fiction. She is the founder and editor-in-chief of nonprofit publisher WTAW Press.
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