For decades, Dallas’ own Lawrence Wright has explained the world to Texas, earning a Pulitzer Prize and acclaim as one of America’s most important writers. Now the Woodrow Wilson High School graduate is explaining Texas to the world. His latest bestseller, God Save Texas, weaves memoir, history, humor and politics into a fascinating look at our state. “It’s a testament to Wright’s formidable storytelling skills that a reader will encounter plenty of information without ever feeling lost,” praised The New York Times. Join us for an appetizing dinner and an absorbing evening as we celebrate two of our favorite things: Texas and the Dallas Public Library.
Thursday, October 25, 2018
J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, O'Hara Hall, 7th Floor, 1515 Young Street
Check-in and Dinner at 6:30 p.m. - Program begins at 7:30 p.m.
Preferred seating for two, reception with Lawrence Wright prior to the event for you and your guest, $1,000 Book Hero membership, acknowledgement in all printed materials and two copies of Lawrence Wright’s newest title, God Save Texas
Preferred seating for one, reception with Lawrence Wright prior to the event, $50 Sustainer membership, acknowledgement in all printed materials and one copy of Lawrence Wright’s newest title, God Save Texas