Author Leo McKay Jr. to Read at Library

Join us this Wednesday, November 7 at 7:00pm as Truro author Leo McKay Jr. reads from and discusses his novel Twenty-Six.  The event will be held in Room LI135 (main floor of the Library).

Twenty-Six, based on the Westray mining disaster, has been read by thousands of Nova Scotians over the past few weeks as part of One Book Nova Scotia.  This is an initiative of Libraries Nova Scotia, a consortium of university, college and public libraries, the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture & Heritage and the Writers Federation of Nova Scotia.

Wednesday evening will be a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the book, the events which inspired it and the process of writing it. 

Everyone is welcome.  Hope to see you there.

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