Friday, February 7, 2020

Dottoressa events in the USA

I want to be sure all my blog readers know about two free public presentations in the USA in March of my memoir Dottoressa: An American Doctor in Rome. If you have friends within range of either of them, consider letting them know.
In Berkeley: Tuesday, March 10th, in conversation with Katharine Michaels (writer, restorer of old stone farmhouses in Italy, widow of Susan's literary mentor Leonard Michaels). Time: 7.00 pm. Place: Moe's Books, 2476 Telegraph Avenue
Event page at Moe's Books website.
Event page on Facebook.

In New York City: Monday, March 16th, in conversation with Alexander Stille (author of Benevolence and Betrayal, Excellent Cadavers, The Force of Things...). Time: 6.30 pm. Place: Italian Cultural Institute, 686 Park Ave (between 68th and 69th St.). An announcement will soon be appearing at the Institute's Events webpage.

There will also be an event on March 13th at the American Psychosomatic Society conference in Long Beach, CA, hosted by Bill Lovallo, but that’s open to conference attendees only.

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