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James Tate Hill with the Greensboro Public Library

The Greensboro Public Library will host an evening with award-winning Greensboro author James Tate Hill beginning at 7pm, Tuesday, August 24. This live online event will feature a discussion with James Tate Hill about his upcoming memoir, followed by a question and answer session.
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James Tate Hill with the Greensboro Public Library

Time & Location

Aug 24, 7:00 PM EDT
Zoom

About the Event

The Greensboro Public Library will host an evening with award-winning Greensboro author James Tate Hill beginning at 7pm, Tuesday, August 24. This live online event will feature a discussion with James Tate Hill about his upcoming memoir Blind Man’s Bluff, followed by a question and answer session with the author.

Blind Man’s Bluff candidly recounts Hill’s struggle with becoming legally blind at the age of sixteen and choosing to hide that diagnosis from the world for years. In a positive advance review, Publisher’s Weekly describes Hill’s story of his journey to come to terms with losing his sight as a “moving account” that “doesn’t disappoint.”

James Tate Hill currently lives in Greensboro. He is an editor for several publications, including Literary Hub, where he writes a monthly audiobooks column. His fiction novel Academy Gothic won the Nilsen Literary Prize for a First Novel.

Participants can register in advance at this link. For more Information, email Kimberly Curran. To learn more about Library events and resources please visit: www.greensborolibrary.org.

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