12th Annual Women In Print 2015: Family Histories

Join us for an evening with three local authors!

Jennifer Davis Carey is the author of Near the Hope which tells the story of a young woman and her emigration to Brooklyn from Barbados in pursuit of a life freed from the strictures of class, sugar cane, and colony. 

Allison Chisolm is the author of The Inventive Life of Charles Hill Morgan, which tells about how Charles Hill Morgan of Worcester learned to use specialized drafting tools in the 1840s and in the span of 80 years he would go from living hand to mouth in Shrewsbury to taking tea with the Queen of England. 

Audrey Nicholson is the author of Celtic Knots: The Ties That Bind, which tells of an irate young woman in Northern Ireland who, when she confronts her father and his mistress, causes the family disastrous consequences.

Wed., March 18, 2015 (Snow date: Wed., March 25)
5:30-7:30 p.m. 

Worcester Public Library Saxe Room 3 Salem Square Worcester, MA 01608 

Free & Open to the Public with Refreshments

Voices of Worcester Women...co-authored by Maureen Ryan Doyle and Charlene L. Martin is available through the WWHP office. It will be on hand at WOMEN IN PRINT on March 18

Published Date: 
February 12, 2015