Books news—in-person author readings are back; Wellesley resident comes out with seafood cookbook – The Swellesley Report

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October 25, 2021 by Leave a Comment
Wellesley BooksAfter a long break from in-person author visits due to the pandemic, Wellesley Books has moved to a hybrid system of bringing writers and readers together. As over the past year, some appearances will be virtual. But several authors will this fall be appearing in the flesh, either at the Wellesley Square store or in partnership with Morse Institute Library, just down the street in Natick.
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Elizabeth Strout—Oh William! in conversation w/ Lily King
Elizabeth Strout, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Olive Kitteridge, presents Oh William!, her latest novel to explore the life of her iconic heroine, Lucy Barton. Elizabeth will be in conversation with Lily King, author of Euphoria and Writers & Lovers.
This is a ticketed event. Your ticket includes a copy of Oh William!.
DATE: Oct. 27th
TIME: 7pm
LOCATION: Morse Institute Library in Natick
Jenna Blum—Woodrow on the Bench
Jenna Blum, author of Those Who Save Us, pays tribute to her beloved black Lab in her beautiful memoir, Woodrow on the Bench.
This is a ticketed event. Your admission ticket can be used as a coupon off a copy of Woodrow on the Bench. Books will be available for sale at the event.
DATE: Oct. 29th
TIME: 7pm
LOCATION: Wellesley Books
Dan Shaughnessy, sports columnist for The Boston Globe and author of The Curse of the Bambino, presents Wish It Lasted Forever, his intimate look at Larry Bird and the 1980s Celtics.
This is a ticketed event. Your $5 admission ticket can be put toward a copy of the book bought at the event.
DATE: Nov 15th
TIME: 7pm
LOCATION: Wellesley Books
Wellesley resident Chef Jeremy Sewall has just launched The Row 34 Cookbook: Stories and Recipes from a Neighborhood Oyster Bar, a 120-recipe cookbook that celebrates oyster-bar culture along with the people that help to bring the restaurant to life.
Chef Sewall shares recipes for Row 34 favorites, plus smoked and cured preparations; whole fish preparations; composed dishes; and essential sauces and sides. Throughout are practical “how-to” instructionals, an essential guide for preparing seafood, a helpful oyster primer, as well as profiles of experts from fishmongers and fishermen.
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