Wed. Nov. 14 – 7-8:30 PM Frances McNamara DEATH AT WOODS HOLE and Gail Lukasik, THE LOST ARTIST talking about portrayal of 19th century women artists and scientists in their most recent books. Cook Park Library, Cook Memorial Public Library District.
Sat. Nov. 17 – SINCC Meeting
Okay, you’ve written your novel. Now you’re ready to submit it… or are you? Publisher Emily Victorson (Allium Press) and editor Diane Piron-Gelman (Word Nerd, Inc.) walk you through the steps of polishing your manuscript for submission, to give your book the best possible chance of rising above the slush pile. From typos and easily overlooked grammar rules to quirks of computer formatting, come and get the scoop on what you need to know. Questions welcome!
When: Saturday, November 17th, 2012, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; Where: Centuries & Sleuths bookstore, 7419 Madison St., Forest Park
Tues. Nov. 20 Staff Brown Bag – Joseph Regenstein Library, University of Chicago. A presentation on the latest Emily Cabot mystery DEATH AT WOODS HOLE. University of Chicago scientists were active at Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole in 1890’s. How the position of women in science at that time inspire scenes in the book.
Fri. Nov.30 Luncheon at the Cliff Dwellers Club in honor of Jane Addams induction into the Chicago Literary Hall of Fame. Induction ceremony 7-8:30 PM at Chicago Cultural Center’s Claudia Cassidy Theater.
From Don Evans: “”There is also a special luncheon earlier in the day at the Cliff Dwellers Club (200 S. Michigan Ave., program from noon-1 p.m.). It is the second annual Carl A. Kroc Award luncheon. The Kroc Award is given each year–starting last year with Harriet Monroe–to an inductee whose contributions extend far beyond their literary output. Katherine Joslin (biographer), Frances McNamara (novelist, Death at the Hull House) and a representative of the Hull House will give brief talks.”
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