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The Stafford Springs Literary Festival

Date:

March 21st, 2020.

Time:

1:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Category:

Arts

Location:

The Stafford Library, 10 Levinthal Run in Stafford, CT

Contact:

Maria Ostrowski at Maria.R.Ostrowski@gmail.com

Website:

https://www.facebook.com/events/524134104875890/

Join us for an afternoon of readings and discussions at The Stafford Library for the 2020 Stafford Literary Festival!

Justin Martin, a highly-praised biographer and author of five books, will discuss his biography of Frederick Law Olmstead — Genius of Place: The Life of Frederick Law Olmstead

Born in Hartford, Connecticut, Frederick Law Olmstead was a famous landscape artist who designed New York City’s Central Park and Forest Park in Springfield, Massachusetts among many others. A passionate abolitionist, conservationist, and environmentalist, Olmstead’s work remains a vital, relevant part of our American story.

For more information about Justin Martin: < a href="https://justinmartin1.com/">https://justinmartin1.com/< /a>


Chrysler Szarlan, author of The Hawley Book of The Dead will read and discuss her debut novel that Booklist reviewed as “Enthralling…a magic-fueled tale of contemporary romantic suspense.”

For more information about Chrylser Szarlan: < a href="http://www.chryslerszarlan.com/about.php">http://www.chryslerszarlan.com/about.php< /a>

And
Connecticut writers — Maria Ostrowski and Norma Nixon Schofield — will read from their essays in Letting Go: An Anthology of Attempts and discuss the project.

For more information about Maria Ostrowski: < a href="https://mariaostrowski.com/">https://mariaostrowski.com/< /a> or follow her on Instagram: @the_roughdraft

 

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