Staci Greason Book Launch

Staci Greason Book Launch

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4280 Tennyson Street

Denver, CO 80212

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Come celebrate the launch of Staci Greason's All the Girls in Town!

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Please join us for an author event with Staci Greason to celebrate the launch of her novel All the Girls in Town on August 21st! She will be in conversation with María Inés Canto. Free. 

About the Author: Staci Greason is author of All the Girls in Town, a novel. Her other literary achievements include award-winning television pilots and screenplays. Her short stories and essays have been published in Brevity, Slate, Lunch Ticket, AFLW, the Same, and the Huff Post. In her past life, she played the late Isabella Toscano Black on Days of Our Lives. Staci lives with her husband in Southern California. Visit her website at www.stacigreason.com.

María Inés Canto is an Assistant Professor of Spanish in Modern Mexican Literature and Culture at Colorado State University. She holds a Ph.D. in Hispanic Languages and Literatures (2016) and an M.A. in Portuguese and Brazilian Literatures (2015) from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her research engages with the relationships of literature and visual arts. She has published many articles on Mexican and Latin American Literature. Her book in progress focuses on Xavier Villaurrutia’s interdisciplinary work as a poet, art critic, movie screenwriter, and visual theorist in Mexico during the first half of the 20th century.

About the Book: Dani, Red, and Sasha have absolutely nothing in common, except the trail of tears bad boy rocker Peter left in his wake. That is, until Dani starts a blog about killing her ex and unwittingly sets the wheels in motion for the women's paths to collide.

Bonding over past and present wounds, self-realizations transform the three heroines in a trifecta of twelve-step new age therapy that only L.A. can provide.

In a city where discarded muses are a dime a dozen, All the Girls in Town explores the cost of loving the wrong person and the true power of friendship in reclaiming the self.

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