Henriette Lazaridis discusses TERRA NOVA
Please join us on Tuesday, February 7th, at 7 pm, as Henriette Lazaridis discusses her new novel, Terra Nova.
The event is free to attend but we do ask that you please wear a mask!
Terra Nova is a haunting story of love, art, and betrayal, set against the heart-pounding backdrop of Antarctic exploration—from the Boston Globe-bestselling author of The Clover House.
Night Swim is set in the posh, suburban world of 1970s Boston, and shows how a family, bound by heartache, learns to love again.
Henriette Lazaridis is the author of The Clover House, which was a Boston Globe bestseller. Her short work has appeared in ELLE, The New York Times, New England Review, The Millions, Pangyrus, and more, and she has earned a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artists Grant. She is a graduate of Middlebury College, Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar, and the University of Pennsylvania. Having taught English at Harvard, she now teaches at GrubStreet in Boston. She founded The Drum Literary Magazine and currently runs the Krouna Writing Workshop in northern Greece.
Jessica Keener's writing career was launched when her story "Recovery" won second prize in Redbook's fiction contest. She is the recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artists Grant and was a finalist for Bread Loaf's Bakeless Literary Prize. Her debut novel, the widely praised Night Swim, was followed by the collection Women in Bed and the novel Strangers in Budapest. Her feature articles have appeared in the Boston Globe; O, The Oprah Magazine, Coastal Living, Design New England, and other national publications.
A haunting story of love, art, and betrayal, set against the heart-pounding backdrop of Antarctic exploration—from the Boston Globe-bestselling author of The Clover House.
The year is 1910, and two Antarctic explorers, Watts and Heywoud, are racing to the South Pole. Back in London, Viola, a photo-journalist, harbors love for them bo
This “stunning” (USA Today) debut novel brings to life World War II-era and modern-day Greece—and tells the story of a vibrant family and the tragic secret kept hidden for generations.