RPL is thrilled to continue offering virtual Author Talks every month. With a variety of fiction and non-fiction authors, these live talks will inspire and allow patrons to ask questions and learn the story behind the story. This new series is all thanks to the generous support of the Friends & Foundation of the Rochester Public Library.
Participation is easy! Go to this website – https://libraryc.org/roccitylibrary – and scroll down to see the list of upcoming talks and a link to register for each talk. Once you register, you will be sent an email with the link to join the live event. You will also later receive an email with a link to the recording for use if you aren’t able to attend the live event. The library will keep an archive of most of the recorded events that can be accessed any time. Both the live events and archived recordings will be closed captioned.
Upcoming talks for November include:
- Lessons in Chemistry – author talk with Bonnie Garmus, New York Times bestselling author (November 10th at 2 pm)
- How to Have Difficult Conversations About Race: Practical Tools for Necessary Change in the Workplace and Beyond – author talk with Kwame Christian, bestselling author and founder of the American Negotiation Institute (November 15th at 12 pm)
- Author Talk with Geraldine Brooks – New York Times bestselling and Pulitzer Prize winning author of March, People of the Book, and The Secret Chord (December 6th at 7 pm)
Click the book’s title to register, or to view past programs.