Come witness the connection of words and people – live!
Book Covers : Thursday, June 11, 2020 @ 8 pm : ātac (Amazing Things Arts Center), 160 Hollis St., Framingham [NOW A VIRTUAL EVENT!]
We’re piecing together interesting readers…to read interesting pieces together. Hop online for a fun evening to hear the following folks read passages – and then engage in a lively Q + A –all about “Fate”:
- Hank Phillippi Ryan: Emmy-winning investigative reporter for WHDH and award-winning crime novelist
- Rep. Jack Lewis: Democrat, 7th Middlesex; former Executive Director, OUT MetroWest
- Marjan Kamali: Author of Together Tea and The Stationery Shop
- Grace Talusan: Author of The Body Papers; Fannie Hurst Writer-in-Residence at Brandeis University
- Jen Maseda: CEO and President, She’s Local; Founder, MetroWest Conference for Women, South Shore Conference for Women, and Merrimack Valley Conference for Women
This event will be streaming live via Facebook and Zoom. (Register HERE.) Quick shoutout: Paul @ Silver Unicorn Books in Acton was slated to be selling books at this event. Please direct book-buying needs right HERE!
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Framingham Cultural Council, a local agency, which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
Stay at Home, Story at Home: Elizabeth Ames [Virtual Event] – Thursday, May 28 @ 7:30 pm EST
Stay at Home, Story at Home: Katrin Schumann [Virtual Event] – Sunday, April 26 @ 11 am EST
You can’t go to an author reading just now, so let us bring an author reading to you! ātac and A Lifely Read present “Stay at Home, Story at Home.” On Sunday, April 26 at 11 am EST, kick off your week with a “story time” and discussion with Katrin Schumann, who will read from her novel This Terrible Beauty.
Stay at Home, Story at Home: Grace Talusan [Virtual Event] – Sunday, April 12 @ 7 pm EST
Book Covers : Thursday, November 14, 2019 @ 7 pm : Amazing Things Art Center, 160 Hollis St., Framingham
We’re piecing together interesting readers…to read interesting pieces together. Come enjoy an evening of literary entertainment as you listen to selected works – from classic to contemporary, all revolving around the theme of “Home” – read aloud by members of our community. A moderated conversation about reading and “home” – including how we sometimes feel “at home” in the pages of a book – will follow. This event is produced by A Lifely Read, with assistance from Fugitive Productions. (The Silver Unicorn Bookstore will be on hand selling a selection of books from which the readings will be excerpted!)
Come hear from readers including:
Mira T. Lee; author of Everything Here is Beautiful
Jennifer De Leon; writer, editor, speaker, creative writing professor at Framingham State University
Brandale Randolph; founder & owner, 1854 Cycling Company & poverty alleviation advocate
Michael J. Lee; Architectural Photographer; Owner, Michael J. Lee Photography
Whitney Scharer; author of The Age of Light
Be Bold: Sharing Stories…’Outside the Box’ edition! On Tuesday, March 12, 2019, six panelists shared their own ‘outside the box’ journeys at the Goodnow Library in Sudbury. The Facebook livestream of this event can be found here. (This event was sponsored by the Goodnow Library Foundation.)
Be Bold: Sharing Stories…Art & Science edition! On Tuesday, January 8, 2019 nine participants from the arts and/or sciences shared their thoughts about the interplay between the two disciplines at the Goodnow Library in Sudbury. The Facebook livestream of this event can be found here. (This event was sponsored by the Goodnow Library Foundation.)
Be Bold: Sharing Stories. On Tuesday, October 23, 2018, six MetroWest women shared their stories at the Goodnow Library in Sudbury. Participants included: Ruth-Anne Adams (Chef & Restauranteur, Real Lincoln), Jill Dixon (President & Co-Founder, Taly), Jen Maseda (Founder, MetroWest Conference for Women and CEO, She’s Local), Rose Saia (Moth StorySLAM & Massmouth StorySLAM winner; Pantry Director, Open Table), and Liz Sower (Creator, Ghosts in the Burbs Podcast). (This event was sponsored by the Goodnow Library Foundation.)