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Spring 2022 Events at the BC3 Library : February

About the book-The Souls of Clayhatchee: a southern tale

Virtual book talk with author Dr. Anthony Carlisle

The Souls of Clayhatchee: A Southern Tale

Thursday, February 24 from 12:45-1:45 PM. 

The Souls of Clayhatchee: A Southern Tale is a novel of many layers--family ties, the ghosts of racism that linger still, a mysterious murder, and also of forgiveness-forgiveness of not a person, but rather a place. And also the timeless question of--is it really possible for one to “go home again,” even if it’s a place he’s never been?

About the author-Dr. Anthony Carlisle

About the author-Dr. Anthony Carlisle 

Born and raised in neighboring Beaver County, Dr. Carlisle worked as a reporter for 11 years at publications including the Pittsburgh Tribune Review and the Pittsburgh Business Times working several beat areas that included city government and urban affairs. In addition to his journalism career, Dr. Carlisle is also a proud veteran of the United States Army in which he served for 14 years, ultimately earning the rank of captain, and which also saw him deployed to the Middle East as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003.  Dr. Carlisle received his doctorate from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and currently is an Associate Professor at California University of Pennsylvania in its Department of Culture, Media, and Performance.

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