Harper Lee's Alabama Mystery - Southern Literary Salon
A literary party from 6:00-8:00 pm featuring writer-specific libations, light fare, music, and 30 Southern-inspired minutes of an influential writer in a private, gracious home. Tickets are $55 for one Salon or $100 for both, and include the entertainment, open bar, and fare.
Friday, September 25
Hosted by Anne and Andy McCarroll in their beautiful Germantown home
The recent release of Ms. Lee’s source material (Go Set a Watchman) for To Kill a Mockingbird is arresting both in its character of Atticus Finch and how the writer could so radically re-imagine the story through flashbacks dating 20 years earlier. Lending national compassion to our mid-20th Century racial challenges, Mockingbird and its Alabama author inspire even deeper consideration when we hear the words that came both before and after the book’s Pulitzer Prize-winning publication in 1960.