“Place and Power in Paradise” with author Liz Prato
Book signing, reading, and conversation, featuring Prato’s new book,
Volcanoes, Palm Trees & Privilege: Essays on Hawai’i.
Thursday, May 9, 2019, 5:30 – 7 p.m.
DWPC Clubhouse, Light refreshments; Free and open to the public;
RSVP to Marcia Goldstein: firstname.lastname@example.org.
DWPC is privileged to host acclaimed Oregon author Liz Prato for an inspiring evening of conversation and words of wisdom about our relationship with places like Hawai’i that are embued with myth, beauty, and complications.
Did you know? Liz lived in Denver as a student. Let’s give her a warm welcome home!
Q and A will be led by DWPC member, author, and Denverite reporter, Donna Bryson.
About Volcanoes, Palm Trees and Privilege: “A brilliant meditation on cheeseburgers in paradise, Liz Prato’s fearless and tender investigation of our complex relationship with Hawai’i will blow your mind. Hula dancers, aloha shirts, surfing, and the idyllic tropical vacation will never look the same. It’s a reckoning whose time is long overdue.” -Karen Karbo, author of In Praise of Difficult Women, and the Kick-Ass Women series
About Liz Prato and her work: http://www.lizprato.com