Paul Dimond on "The Belle of Two Arbors"

September 13th
7-8:30pm
"A sweeping saga told in the voice of an unforgettable heroine, "The Belle of Two Arbors" brings two places vividly to life: a growing "downstate" town driven by a public university striving for greatness, and a small "up north" community seeking prosperity while preserving its natural heritage. Spanning the first half of the twentieth century.

Paul Dimond will talk about his experience conducting research for his first novel at the Ann Arbor District Library, the Bentley Historical Library, and the Special Collections Library in the University of Michigan's University Library. He will be accompanied by Martha (Marty) Buhr Grimes, who wrote the poems that are Belle's in the novel.
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Add to Calendar 09 13 2017 America/Detroit Paul Dimond on "The Belle of Two Arbors" "A sweeping saga told in the voice of an unforgettable heroine, "The Belle of Two Arbors" brings two places vividly to life: a growing "downstate" town driven by a public university striving for greatness, and a small "up north" community seeking prosperity while preserving its natural heritage. Spanning the first half of the twentieth century.

Paul Dimond will talk about his experience conducting research for his first novel at the Ann Arbor District Library, the Bentley Historical Library, and the Special Collections Library in the University of Michigan's University Library. He will be accompanied by Martha (Marty) Buhr Grimes, who wrote the poems that are Belle's in the novel.
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