Join me and best-selling author Theresa Flores on Jan. 17 at the Westerville Public Library for Stories of Human Trafficking, a unique book reading and discussion. The event is free, but seating is limited, so RSVP today.
About the event
Hear stories of human sex trafficking in America from Theresa Flores, survivor and best-selling author of The Slave Across the Street, and Christopher Stollar, former reporter and author of The Black Lens. These local authors will share passages from their latest books, answer questions and sign copies.
About the authors
Theresa Flores, a survivor of trafficking and best-selling author of The Slave Across the Street, will share her personal story and how it informed her latest nonfiction book, Slavery in the Land of the Free.
Christopher Stollar, a former reporter with a master’s degree in journalism, will talk about the three years he spent researching trafficking for his debut novel, The Black Lens. This dark literary thriller exposes the underbelly of trafficking in rural America. While The Black Lens is fiction, Stollar interviewed survivors, socials workers and police officers to ground the book in reality.
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