The Philadelphia Citizen, in partnership with Head House Books, invites you to a conversation with Philly author and Committed podcaster Jo Piazza and Citizen Executive Editor Roxanne Patel Shepelavy about Piazza’s 2018 novel Charlotte Walsh Likes to Win.
The book, about a woman inspired by the 2016 presidential election to run for Pennsylvania senate, was called a “timely and socially relevant feminist novel” by The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
At the event we’ll revisit the book in the midst of another election year, and also hear from Piazza about how the lessons she has learned about relationships through Committed can help us all manage our unprecedented quarantine.
Buy a signed copy of Charlotte Walsh Likes To Win from Head House Books.
Please join us in ordering dinner from one of Philly’s woman-owned restaurants.
This event is free, but registration is required. You will receive an email with instructions on how to log into Crowdcast after you sign up.
* Signing up for this event will automatically get you added to our weekly email list for any pre- and post-event correspondence. Please feel free to unsubscribe at any time.
The Philadelphia Citizen, a nonprofit, non-partisan media organization has a dual mission: to provide deeply reported journalism that emphasizes solutions that can move our region forward, and to actively reignite citizenship in and around Philadelphia.