Glendale Library, Arts & Culture is hosting a number of virtual author talks through the month of November.
The event schedule is as follows:
- On Nov. 1 at 5 p.m., John Stamos will present “If You Would Have Told Me,” which is a universal story about friendship, love, loss and the courage to embrace love once more. Stamos’ memoir is filled with some of the most memorable names in Hollywood, both old and new. Funny, deeply poignant and brutally honest, “If You Would Have Told Me” is a portrait of a boy who went from believing in Disney magic to a man who learns that we have to create our own magical moments in life.
- On Nov. 9 at 11 a.m., Tiffany Aliche’s will discuss “Get Good with Money” which introduces the powerful concept of building wealth through financial wholeness: a realistic, achievable and energizing alternative to get-rich-quick and over-complicated money management systems.
- On Nov. 16 at 1 p.m., Joy Harjo will provide insights on “Catching the Light” which examines the power of words and how poetry summons us toward justice and healing. In this lyrical meditation about the why of writing poetry, Harjo reflects on significant points of illumination, experience and questioning from her fifty years as a poet.
- On Nov. 30 at noon, Naomi Alderman will present “The Future” which delivers a tour de force where a handful of friends plot a daring heist to save the world from the tech giants whose greed threatens life as we know it. “The Future” highlights how power corrupts the few who have it and what it means to stand up to them.
To register for these events, visit libraryc.org/glendalelibrary.
First published in the October 28 print issue of the Glendale News-Press.