Please join us on Wednesday, January 29 at 7 PM as we welcome author Ann Harleman reading from her new novel, Tell Me, Signora.
Pre-order your copy at https://www.ggpbooks.com/book/9781932418712.
Kate Hagesfeld, grieving the death of her husband, travels to Italy just after 9/11 to re-start her career as an archaeologist. Caught up in efforts to aid refugees from the Kosovo War, she must make the choice of a lifetime.
About the Author
ANN HARLEMAN is the author of HAPPINESS, which won the Iowa Short Fiction Award, BITTER LAKE, THOREAU'S LAUNDRY, and THE YEAR SHE DISAPPEARED. Among her awards are Guggenheim and Rockefeller fellowships, the Berlin Prize in Literature, the PEN Syndicated Fiction Award, and the O. Henry Award. In an earlier life, Ann was the first woman to earn a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Princeton, and she has lived and worked in Italy. Having taught for two decades at the Rhode Island School of Design, she is now on the faculty of Brown University. She makes her home within sight of San Francisco Bay.
"A haunting and deeply suspenseful novel....I couldn't stop reading." --Margot Livesey
"Lush and sensual, this is a book you will lose yourself in." --Ann Hood
"Voices of women and girls, survivors of wartime violence...mothers, daughters, and a groundbreaking sixteenth-century artist....Harleman deftly interweaves their stories and page after page reminds us: we're all in this together." --Nancy Reisman