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An Afternoon with Ta-Nehisi Coates
Central Ohio Libraries are proud to present a conversation with bestselling author Ta-Nehisi Coates on Sunday, February 4 at 3 pm at Upper Arlington High School.
Coates, a National Book Award-winning writer and former national correspondent for “The Atlantic,” will discuss his literary career, which includes the publication of his novel “The Water Dancer,” and his non-fiction works “Between the World and Me,” “The Beautiful Struggle,” and “We Were Eight Years in Power.” He is also the author of many entries in Marvel’s Black Panther and Captain America comics series.
Moderating the conversation will be Sophia Fifner. Fifner is the president and CEO of the Columbus Metropolitan Club (CMC), a visionary organization that connects people and ideas through community conversations.
There will be no book signing at this event.
- $25-$50 depending on seat selection
- Registration is open now!
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