Marnie Mueller (Ecuador) Gives Reading in Sharon, CT, August 4th


Marnie Mueller will be signing her new book, THE SHOWGIRL AND THE WRITER: A FRIENDSHIP FORGED IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE JAPANESE AMERICAN INCARCERATION (published by Peace Corps Writers) this coming Friday, August 4 from 5:30 to 7:30 PM as an invited author at the Hotchkiss Sharon Library’s yearly book event in Sharon, CT on the Village Green at 18 Main Street.

There is still time to get tickets. It is a wonderful event and a great opportunity to support a local library.

Marnie Mueller (Ecuador 1963-65) was born in the Tule Lake Japanese American Segregation Camp. She is the author of three novels: Green FiresThe Climate of the Country, and My Mother’s IslandShe is a recipient of an American Book Award, the Maria Thomas Award for Outstanding Fiction, Gustavus Myers Outstanding Book Award, New York Public Library Best Books for the TeenageNew York Times Book Review New and Noteworthy in Paperback, and a Barnes and Noble “Discover Great New Writers” choice. Her short stories, poetry, and essays have been widely published in magazines and anthologies.



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