Boston Chapter’s Book Party

Our annual book party this year, managed to narrowly skirt a snowstorm, celebrating 12 authors, five of whom read from their books – historical novel about Germany’s first recognized female physician, retired MBTA chief’s novel set in Boston’s subway tunnels and the homeless who live in them, a young author’s fantasy of a girl escaping ‘the known world’s inception of war’, a saga of two women of different worlds (19th c. Austria-Hungary and urban U.S. ), a non-fiction book about 19th century “Canton trade”, and Jim Kates’ translation of French Resistance fighter and poet Jean-Pierre Rosnay.
 
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