The Last Beekeeper: Author Julie Carrick Dalton in conversation with Heather Webb
Thursday March 16 at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us for a fantastic evening with Julie Carrick Dalton and Heather Webb, in conversation to celebrate Julie’s new release, The Last Beekeeper.
Julie Carrick Dalton, author of Waiting for the Night Song, returns with The Last Beekeeper, a dazzling new novel that touches on themes of inequality, greed, nature, and environmental responsibility. But at its heart, it is a story of forgiveness and redemption for a young woman and her father – and for a world that is destroying itself. It takes place in a near-future where all of the world’s bee population has gone extinct, resulting in huge environmental, agricultural, and political upheaval.
Perfect for fans of Migrations and Station Eleven, The Last Beekeeper is a celebration of found family, an exploration of truth versus power, and the triumph of hope in the face of crisis.
About Julie Carrick Dalton
As a journalist, Julie Carrick Dalton has published more than a thousand articles in The Boston Globe, BusinessWeek, The Hollywood Reporter, Orion Magazine, Electric Literature, and other publications. A Tin House and Bread Loaf alum, and graduate of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator, Dalton holds a master’s degree in literature and creative writing from Harvard Extension School. She is a frequent speaker on the topic of writing fiction in the age of climate crisis. A mom to four kids and two dogs, Dalton is an avid skier, hiker, and kayaker. A former beekeeper, she also farms a gorgeous tract of land in rural New Hampshire. She is the author of the novels Waiting for the Night Song and the forthcoming, The Last Beekeeper. Visit her online at juliecarrickdalton.com or follow her on Twitter @juliecardalt or on Instagram @juliecdalton.
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