Terry Tempest Williams, a writer who has charted a new course for environmental writing and the literature of the American West, will deliver The Community Library’s 3rd annual Hemingway Distinguished Lecture. Williams has been called a “citizen writer” and is a passionate advocate for freedom of speech. She also is a gifted teacher, serving most recently as writer-in-residence at the Harvard Divinity School.
The Hemingway Distinguished Lecture is presented each July by The Community Library, honoring the month of Ernest Hemingway’s birth and his death. The Lecture celebrates the power of words and the creative spirit in a landscape that Hemingway loved.
Tickets are $10 and will be available to purchase on May 9th through The Community Library website. A book-signing will follow the event.