Neill Public Library welcomes E.M. Sloan, author of When Songbirds Returned to Paris
Monday, February 22nd, Neill Public Library welcomes Moscow author Elizabeth Sloan, for a reading and Q&A session. Sloan will read from her recently published historical nonfiction book, When Songbirds Returned to Paris, a World War II story of love, loss, and resistance. She will also discuss her research and writing process.
Books will be for sale at the event. Join us for a night of conversation Monday, February 22nd, at 5:30pm.
E.M. Sloan is an author and artist living in Moscow, Idaho, where she writes, makes bookart, and teaches at the University of Idaho. Elizabeth's dual UI degrees, with her undergraduate degree in art from the University of Iowa, and her Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from the University of Idaho, encompass stints ranging from a fine arts studio, to her graphic design business, to graphic arts at Better Homes & Gardens. View Elizabeth's bookarts and mixed media works at www.lizziebzArt.com, and her author's page at www.facebook.com/lizziebzart.