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Carnegie Author Series featuring Dennis Lehane

Columbus Metropolitan Library

Sunday, March 1, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)

Carnegie Author Series featuring Dennis Lehane

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General Admission
Seats are first come, first served.
3d 13h 1m Free  

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Author Talk featuring Dennis Lehane

Sunday, March 1
Main Library

 

1 p.m. | Library Opens

Free parking in Main Library's attached garage. General admission seating begins in the second floor Reading Room.

 

2 p.m. | Author Talk 

 

2:45 p.m. | Audience Q&A

 

3 p.m. | Book Signing 

The Friends of the Library will sell a selection of the author's books near the book signing table, or you can bring your personal copy to have signed. 

 



ABOUT DENNIS LEHANE

Dennis Lehane was born and raised in Boston. Since his first novel A Drink Before the War won the Shamus Award in 1995 he has published 12 more novels that have become international bestsellers. They include Darkness, Take My Hand (1996); Sacred (1997); Prayers for Rain (1999); Coronado (2006); The Given Day (2008); Moonlight Mile (2010) and World Gone By (2015). His most recent novel is a psychological thriller, Since We Fell (2017).


Four of his novels – Live by Night (2012), Mystic River (2001) Gone, Baby, Gone (1998), and Shutter Island (2003) – have been adapted into films. A fifth, The Drop (2014) was adapted by Lehane himself into a film starring Tom Hardy and in his final role, James Gandolfini.

 

Lehane was a staff writer on the acclaimed HBO series, The Wire, and also worked as a writer-producer on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, Netflix‘s Bloodline and HBO’s upcoming series The Outsider.

 

Before becoming a full-time writer, he worked as a counselor with mentally handicapped and abused children, waited tables, parked cars, drove limos, worked in bookstores and loaded tractor-trailers. Lehane and his family live in California.

 

Find a catalog of his books to check out at your nearest Columbus Metropolitan Library location. 




EVENT FAQs

Where should I park and how much will it cost?  Free parking in Main Library’s garage will be offered during all Author Talks. Garage capacity is 375 vehicles and its entrance on Library Park North is accessible off Grant Avenue. If the garage is full, metered street parking and surface lots surround Main Library. Fees may vary.

 

What time does seating begin?  Main Library opens at 1 p.m. and first come, first served seating begins in the second floor Reading Room. The program will begin at 2 p.m.

 

Are there assigned seats?  No. Seating is general admission. Reserved handicapped accessible seats will be available.

 

Do I have to bring my ticket to the event?  If the event is sold out, guests with proof of registration (mobile or printed) will be seated prior to those who did not pre-register.

 

What happens if the event is sold out? Join the waitlist and you will be notified when seats become available based on your placement on the list.

Also, the Reading Room at Main Library is an open space on the second floor. Balcony viewing on the third floor may be available, but seating is not guaranteed.

 

What is the cancellation policy?  This is a free event. If you cannot attend after you have registered, please cancel your reservation as soon as possible to make room for other guests who may be on the waitlist.

 

Can I record the program?  We encourage you to take photos and share them using the hashtag #CarnegieAuthorSeries, but recording is not permitted.

 

Will the author's books be available for checkout or purchase?   A selection of the author's books will be for sale in the Library Store prior to the program and in the Reading Room at the conclusion of the event. Proceeds from the book sale benefit the Friends of the Library. 

Main Library will have a special display of the author's books and similar titles ready for checkout free with your library card.

Have questions about Carnegie Author Series featuring Dennis Lehane? Contact Columbus Metropolitan Library

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Columbus Metropolitan Library
Main Library
96 South Grant Ave.
Columbus, OH 43215

Sunday, March 1, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM (EST)


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