The Virginia Center for Literary Arts Author Series at Handley Regional Library continues with E.A. Aymar and Angie Kim, who will read from their new books in a special performance accompanied by musicians.
E.A. Aymar will read from The Unrepentant, and will be accompanied by Kim Venetz, a violist with the Brooklyn Symphony.
Angie Kim will read from Miracle Creek, and will be accompanied by her son, Steve Draughn, on keyboard. As a special note, Steve will be performing an original composition that was commissioned by Macmillan for the audiobook version of Miracle Creek.
Afterwards, the two authors will sit for a conversation and Q&A about their work and the performance.
Miracle Creek is Angie Kim’s first novel. Bestselling authors and reviews alike have praised it as “a stand-out, twisty…masterfully plotted novel” (Publisher’s Weekly), “a terrific courtroom thriller [that] grabbed me hard right from the start” (Scott Turow), and “a page-turner. Should be huge” (starred Kirkus review). Angie’s short fiction and essays have appeared in Vogue, The New York Times, Glamour, Salon, and Slate. She moved from Seoul, Korea, to Baltimore as a preteen. She attended Stanford University
Copies of Aymar’s and Kim’s book will be available for sale and signing. This is a free event!
More about E.A. HERE.
More about Angie Kim Here