Presented by: The WB Yeats Society
Join two acclaimed novelists:
Tony Macaulay, a Northern Irish writer, management consultant and peace builder. He was raised at the top of the Shankill Road in West Belfast at the start of thirty-five years of “The Troubles” in Northern Ireland, an experience that has shaped his life.
Daniel Mallen has been a professional firefighter for more than twenty years. A published songwriter his debut novel The Judging of Abigail Perdue has set his journey on a new trail.
The Judging of Abigail Perdue is a provocative, touching story laced with moral dilemmas – how would you vote if offer the chance to judge others in the next life? Could you condemn a sullied soul? How have I lived my life, how will I be judged? A speculative fiction with deep empathy and spirituality, the story probes our myriad motivations: money, sex, greed, power, loss and the parts of us that exist in the gray.
Free Event RSVP advised via ‘Purchase Ticket’ Link below
PLUS Enjoy Dinner with the artists following event $55
(3 course dinner, incl wine)
866 811 4111
Playing at: The National Arts Club — 15 Gramercy Park S New York, NY 10003 (between Park Ave/Irving Place)
Opening: Friday, September 9th, 2016
Closing: Friday, September 9th, 2016