Explore life in the southern United States before and after the Civil War through “I Got to Keep Moving!,” the 25-linked stories in this work by author Bill Harris. The author will speak and sign copies of his work TODAY at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. The program begins at 6 p.m.
The program is free and open to the public with paid admission. Those who become Members of The Wright will receive a free copy of the work.
Details from Wayne State University Press:
In the twenty-five linked short stories in his collection, “I Got to Keep Moving!,” celebrated Detroit author Bill Harris vividly and deftly describes the inner and outer lives of a wide cast of characters as they navigate changing circumstances in the southern United States, pre- and post-Civil War. Addressing vital aspects of life, hope, family, violence, movement, and memory, “I Got to Keep Moving” is as mesmerizing as it is revealing. Join us in the lower level classroom for a book talk, Q&A and book signing. Museum members will receive a FREE copy of “I Got to Keep Moving!”