Maryville Talks Books with Elizabeth Strout
Author Elizabeth Strout will discuss her novel, The Burgess Boys, during a Maryville Talks Books event at 7 p.m., Friday, April 12, in the Maryville University Library.
The program is free and open to the public. Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
The event will feature a discussion by Strout, plus a question and answer session. Copies of The Burgess Boys will be available for purchase courtesy of Left Bank Books and Strout will autograph copies for those attending.
The Burgess Boys follows brothers Jim and Bob Burgess, who leave their Maine hometown soon after their father’s death, only to be called home again by their sister who needs help with her troubled teenage son.
Maryville Talks Books is a signature program of the University. The program features lectures by noted authors, and is co-sponsored by Maryville University, Left Bank Books, St. Louis Public Radio and HEC-TV.