Date(s) - March 22, 2021
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Northfield Public Library
A conversation with Sadeqa Johnson and Priscilla Paton
Please join us for a virtual program on Monday, March 22nd @ 6:30 pm with Sadeqa Johnson author of Yellow Wife published in January, and local author Priscilla Paton, author of Should Grace Fail, published December 2020.
Sadeqa Johnson is the award-winning author of four novels. Her accolades include the National Book Club Award, the Phillis Wheatley Book Award, and the USA Best Book Award for Best Fiction. She is a Kimbilio Fellow, former board member of the James River Writers, and a Tall Poppy Writer. Originally from Philadelphia, she currently lives near Richmond, Virginia, with her husband and three children. To learn more, visit SadeqaJohnson.net.
Priscilla Paton grew up on a Maine dairy farm and now lives in Northfield. She writes the Twin Cities Mystery Series featuring Detectives Erik Jansson and Deb Metzger. Where Privacy Dies was a finalist for a Foreword Indies Award, and Should Grace Fail is praised as “an ambitious mystery that tackles heavy themes.” Priscilla is also involved in community advocacy programs.
You can follow Priscilla on her website “Priscilla Paton” (priscillapaton.com), Goodreads (priscillapaton), Facebook (priscillapatonmystery), and Twitter (@priscilla_paton).
You can register for this event at mynpl.org/events.
For more information, please contact Jamie Stanley at the Northfield Public Library (507-645-1802) or Jamie.Stanley@ci.northfield.mn.us.