Award-winning local author Kathleen Spivack, who lives in Watertown, will read from her debut novel Unspeakable Things, which uses magical realism to tell the stories of refugees fleeing the Holocaust and relocating in New York City.
Spivack has had many books of poetry and has published short stories, but her first novel was published in 2016. She spoke with Watertown News about her book and said that it is based on her family’s experience as refugees moving to America (read more here). The book is now available in paperback.
The reading will take place 0n Sunday, March 18, 2018 – 3:00 p.m. in the Watertown Savings Bank Room at Watertown Free Public Library.