Join us for a very special evening with Rose Styron, wife of William Styron, as she shares with us the new volume, Selected Letters of William Styron. Covering a career that spanned almost 60 years and many awards, including the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, this collection pulls back the curtain and provides readers with a unique view of the author's life. Rose Styron is a poet, journalist, translator, and human rights activist.
This incredible volume takes readers on an American journey from FDR to George W. Bush through the trenchant observations of one of the country's greatest writers. Not only will readers take pleasure in William Styron's correspondence with and commentary about the people and events that made the past century such a momentous and transformative time, they will also share the writer's private meditations on the very art of writing.
ROSE STYRON is a poet, journalist, translator, and human rights activist. She has published three books of poetry. At the forefront of the field of international human rights since she joined the board of Amnesty International USA in 1970, she has chaired PEN's Freedom to Write Committee and the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award.
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