The Friends of Webber Park Library is sponsoring another free community event in collaboration with Hennepin County Libraries and Minneapolis Parks and Recreation. Author Faith Sullivan of the Victory Neighborhood will be presenting. She will read from her latest novel, Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse and will answer audience questions. In addition to being named one of 2015’s Best Books by Minnesotans by the Pioneer Press, Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse was selected as one of the Wall Street Journal’s Top 10 Fiction Books of 2015.
Sullivan is the author of four other novels including The Empress of One and The Cape Ann, which in addition to her latest novel were set in the fictional Minnesota town of Harvester, a well-known setting to her long-time fans. Sullivan was born and raised in southern Minnesota and her imaginary town of Harvester is reminiscent of a bygone prairie town from Minnesota’s past. Sam Sacks wrote in the Wall Street Journal (September 18, 2015) that Sullivan’s stories create “a reliably inviting world, full of friendly faces and intimate dramas.”
Join the Friends of Webber Park Library and Faith Sullivan on April 14 at 6 p.m. at the Webber Park Community Building, 4400 Dupont Ave. N. For event info visit hclib.org/programs/events-calendar. For info about Faith Sullivan and her books visit faithsullivan.com.