Stephen Harrigan | The Leopard Is Loose
Stephen Harrigan will appear in conversation with Elizabeth Crook for Stephen's new novel The Leopard Is Loose.
This event is free to attend, but registration is required. You can register for the event here. We are using the Be Novel platform and look forward to seeing you there! You can learn more about Be Novel here.
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Monday, January 24, 2022 at 7:00pm Central Time
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About the Creators:
STEPHEN HARRIGAN is the author of the New York Times best-selling The Gates of the Alamo, Remember Ben Clayton (which, among other awards, won the James Fenimore Cooper Prize from the Society of American Historians for best historical novel), Challenger Park, A Friend of Mr. Lincoln, and Big Wonderful Thing: A History of Texas. He is a writer-at-large for Texas Monthly, as well as a screenwriter who has written many movies for television. He lives in Austin, Texas.
Elizabeth Crook is the author of five novels, including The Night Journal, which received the Spur Award from Western Writers of America; Monday, Monday, a Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2014 and winner of the Jesse H. Jones Award from The Texas Institute of Letters; and The Which Way Tree, currently in development for film. Elizabeth has written for The Southwestern Historical Quarterly and Texas Monthly and is co-writer, with Stephen Harrigan, of the screenplay for The Which Way Tree. She lives in Austin with her family.
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The fragile, 1952 postwar tranquility of a young boy’s world explodes one summer day when a leopard escapes from the Oklahoma City zoo, throwing all the local residents into dangerous excitement, in this evocative story of a child’s confrontation with his deepest fears