Kali VanBaale: THE GOOD DIVIDE
Join Dragonfly Books with author Kali VanBaale and her new novel The Good Divide. With stark and swift prose, The Good Divide explores one woman’s tortured inner world, and the painful choices that have divided her life. VanBaale will share her stories and talk about her new book on Thursday, September 22 at 7:00 pm at Dragonfly Books.
In the lush countryside of Wisconsin, Jean Krenshaw is the ideal 1960’s dairy farm wife. She cooks, sews, raises children, and plans an annual July 4th party for friends and neighbors. But when her brother-in-law Tommy marries leery newcomer LIz, Jean is forced to confront a ten-year-old family secret and the unresolved death of a young woman. Vivid and intriguing, The Good Divide (Midwestern Gothic 2016) explores the inner world of desires when faced with the realities of life.
A featured author at the Luther College Writers Festival, everyone is invited to join Dragonfly Books with VanBaale for a sneak peak at The Good Divide and an inside look at writing.
Kali VanBaale’s debut novel, The Space Between (River City Publishing 2006) earned an American Book Award, the Independent Publisher’s silver medal for general fiction, and the Fred Bonnie Memorial First Novel Award. VanBaale earned an MFA in creative writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts and has been an assistant professor and Visiting Writer at Drake University. She lives outside Des Moines with her husband and three children.
Join Dragonfly Books for this opportunity to hear from Kali VanBaale on Tuesday, September 22 at 7:00 pm. If you find that you can't make it to the event but would still like to purchase one of VanBaale’s books, just give Dragonfly Books a call at 563-382-4275. One of their staff will be glad to reserve a book and have it autographed for you.
This event is sponsored by Dragonfly Books at 112 W. Water St., Decorah and is free and open to the public. To learn more about this and other events at Dragonfly Books, please visit www.dragonflybooks.com, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 563-382-4275.
In the lush countryside of Wisconsin, Jean Krenshaw is the ideal 1960's dairy farm wife. She cooks, sews, raises children, and plans an annual July 4th party for friends and neighbors. But when her brother-in-law Tommy, who lives next door, marries leery newcomer Liz, Jean is forced to confront a ten-year-old family secret involving the unresolved death of a young woman.
"Judith's son has shot two students, a teacher, and himself at school. An ordinary wife and mother must suddenly grapple with extraordinary grief and horror, struggling to be the center of her remaining family but plagued by doubts and questions that may disrupt her life more completely than the shooting"--Provided by publisher.