Panel Talk – Challenges of Writing Historical Fiction

Please join HNS for a special presentation on Tuesday, April 17, 2018, as Hope C. Tarr and Radha Vatsal discuss The Challenges of Writing the Historical SubGenre in the Willa Cather Room of the Jefferson Market Library6 – 8 pm. Following the event, authors books will be available for purchase and signing. 

Event: FREE, Open to the public

Hope C. Tarr is the award-winning author of 25 historical and contemporary romance novels. Her books have been translated into 30 languages including French, Spanish, German, Japanese and, most recently, Slovene! Hope has been featured in numerous entertainment news programs and publications, including NBC’s Today Show, Time Out New York, and The New York Post. She is also a founder and curator of Lady Jane’s Salon®, NYC’s first and still only regular reading series for romance fiction, now in its ninth year with satellites nationwide, all of which support a 501c(3) charity. (The NYC Salon supports Women in Need, Inc).
Radha Vatsal is the author of A Front Page Affair (a Library Journal “Debut Mystery of the Month”), and Murder Between the Lines (Book Riot’s 100 Must-Read Books Of US Historical Fiction) set in WWI-era New York. She received her Ph.D. from the English Department at Duke University and her writing has appeared in the online editions of the Atlantic, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and the Smithsonian magazine. She is also co-editor of the Women Film Pioneers Project. She was born in Mumbai, India and lives in New York City
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