New York Times best-selling author Erik Larson is known for his mastery of that broad and unwieldy genre known as creative nonfiction—a storytelling talent honed through his years as a sharp-eyed journalist who gathered nuance and character through telling detail and exhaustive research. His five books, including Devil in the White City and In the Garden of Beasts, are riveting narratives that show the convergence of seemingly disparate events and people against the backdrop of history. His latest, Dead Wake, takes us on the last voyage of the Lusitania.
His blog is an equally enjoyable read that mines with wry wit the daily life of a celebrated writer—from finding oneself in the “dark country of no ideas” to the benefits of become a corporation.
Please join us for an Evening with Erik Larson at the 2016 Savannah Book Festival.
Date: Friday, Feb. 12, 2016
Time: 6:00 PM
The presentation will begin promptly at 6:00 PM and will conclude at approximately at 7:00PM with a book signing to follow.
Location: Trustees Theater, 216 E. Broughton St., Savannah, GA 31405
On sale for LITERATI – September 15, 2015
General Public – January 2, 2016
Sponsors and Gold LITERATI:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call The Savannah Book Festival office at 912-598-4040 to reserve tickets.
Unreserved tickets will be released to the public for sale on February 8, 2016
Call Trustees Theater Box Office at 912-525-5050 or go to the box office to purchase tickets.
LITERATI tickets are not available on line.
Beginning January 2, call Trustees Theater Box Office at 912-525-5050, go to the box office or go online to savannahboxoffice.com to purchase tickets for $15.00.
A purchase of Dead Wake at Trustees Theater is required to obtain a signature from the author. Books will be available for purchase prior to the event on February 12th.
You don’t have to wait until February to get a copy of Dead Wake that can be signed by 2016 Keynote Address author Erik Larson.
By clicking the link below, you can purchase a copy of the NY Times Bestseller to read NOW and have it signed in February.