“Many are rather easily able to contemplate the heroism of sacrifice, yet it is the few who are brave enough to move that notion from thought to action. And it is to those of you who made that move that my heart salutes and my soul marvels.” ― Craig D. Lounsbrough

May 30 ~ Author William Reese Hamilton

Join us on Thursday May 30, from 7-9pm for a special evening event with author William Reese Hamilton as he joins us all the way from Venezuela to discuss his debut novel, Wonks. 
There will be a meet and greet followed by a reading and discussion with Bill beginning at 7:30pm. Books will be available to purchase at the event.

To ensure we have sufficient seating to accommodate everyone, we ask that you register online to attend the event:
 

photo copyright William Reese Hamilton, 2019.
 
About Bill
William Reese Hamilton spent his childhood in North China and the Philippines, where he and his family were captured and imprisoned by the Japanese Army for over three years in Santo Tomas Internment Camp, Manila.

His education includes bachelor and master of arts degrees in literature, and a mixed bag of experience: factory worker, lifeguard, ordinary seaman, English teacher, counterintelligence agent, Romanian interrogator, advertising copywriter and creative director. He left a fast-paced career in New York advertising for a remote colonial village on the coast of Venezuela.

His work has appeared in over twenty print and online publications, including The Paris Review, The North American Review, The Adirondack Review, StoryQuarterly, Review Americana, Puerto del Sol and Eclectica Magazine.