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2024 Dead of the Winter Cultural Series

Author Katherine A. Sherbrooke

No paper tickets. All names will be checked off at the door.

Katherine A. Sherbrooke is the author of a family memoir called Finding Home and three novels: the New York Times notable Leaving Coy’s Hill, which was selected for 2022 MA Book Award’s Honors in Fiction prize, Fill the Sky, the winner of a 2017 Independent Press Award and finalist for the May Sarton Award for Contemporary Fiction, and her newest novel, The Hidden Life of Aster Kelly, which was selected by PopSugar as the #1 Historical Novel for 2023. Her work has also appeared in Cognoscenti and Zibby Magazine. She is a proud member of GrubStreet, the nation’s premier creative writing center (HQ in Boston) where she served as Chair of the Board from 2013-2023.

At the Ames Chapel, Katherine will be giving us an inside look at the life of a writer, including discovering a creative path later in life, where inspiration and ideas come from and the daily ritual of conquering doubt.

The event starts at 7:00 pm, but doors open at 6:30 so you can have a drink and settle in.

The Dead of Winter Arts series is made possible with a grant from the Hingham Cultural Council, which operates under the auspices of the Massachusetts Cultural Council.