Virtual Event – Andromeda Romano-Lax
February 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Magic City Books is proud to welcome Andromeda Romano-Lax for a virtual event in celebration of her new novel, Annie and the Wolves. She will be in conversation with author Erika Swyler, bestselling author of Light from Other Stars.
Part historical fiction (Annie Oakley), part science fiction (time travel), and part literary fiction (a struggling modern-day historian), this book tackles abuse, secrets, and revenge. A fascinating story that leaves readers wondering how much our actions can influence the future.
This free event will be hosted on the Zoom platform and Facebook Live. To register in advance for the Zoom event, visit: https://magiccitybooks.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_oUZdrnxeTcOvOQxHhMQj2Q.
Annie and the Wolves will be published on February 2, 2021. To pre-order a copy visit Magic City Books in person or online: https://magiccitybooks.square.site/product/annie-and-the-wolves/389.
About Annie and the Wolves
Ruth McClintock is obsessed with Annie Oakley. For nearly a decade, she has been studying the legendary sharpshooter, convinced that a scarring childhood event was the impetus for her crusade to arm every woman in America. This search has cost Ruth her doctorate, a book deal, and her fiancé–but finally it has borne fruit. She has managed to hunt down what may be a journal of Oakley’s midlife struggles, including secret visits to a psychoanalyst and the desire for vengeance against the “Wolves,” or those who have wronged her.
With the help of Reece, a tech-savvy senior at the local high school, Ruth attempts to establish the journal’s provenance, but she’s begun to have jarring out-of-body episodes parallel to Annie’s own lived experiences. As she solves Annie’s mysteries, Ruth confronts her own truths, including the link between her teenage sister’s suicide and an impending tragedy in her Minnesota town that Ruth can still prevent.
Andromeda Romano-Lax is the author of The Spanish Bow, a New York Times Editors’ Choice that has been translated into 11 languages; The Detour; Behave; and Plum Rains, which won the Sunburst Award for Excellence in Canadian Literature of the Fantastic, as well as numerous works of nonfiction. She is a co-founder of 49 Writers, a statewide literary organization in Alaska, and lives on a small island in British Columbia.