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Christina Baker Kline Presents The Exiles with Amor Towles


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Tuesday, 7:30 pm EDT August 25, 2020

We are excited to host Christina Baker Kline, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Orphan Train, on the launch night of her ambitious and powerful historical novel The Exiles. Kline’s gripping tale of two English convicts and an orphaned Aboriginal girl in nineteenth-century Australia captures the hardship and hope of a trio of women’s lives—and it is now in television series development with the producers of HBO’s Big Little Lies!

Kline will discuss the process of writing the female-driven story with author Amor Towles (A Gentleman in Moscow). Their event will stream live on Crowdcast.

Ticket price includes a signed edition of The Exiles!


In Conversation

  • Christina Baker Kline - Author Photo (credit, Beowulf Sheehan)

    Christina Baker Kline

    Christina Baker Kline

    A #1 New York Times bestselling author of eight novels, including Orphan Train and A Piece of the World, Christina Baker Kline is published in 40 countries. Her novels have been awarded the New England Prize for Fiction, the Maine Literary Award, and a Barnes & Noble Discover Award, among other accolades, and have been chosen by hundreds of communities, universities and schools as “One Book, One Read” selections. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times and the New York Times Book Review, the Boston Globe, the San Francisco Chronicle, Psychology Today, Poets & Writers, and Salon, among other places. Born in England and raised in the American South and Maine, she lives in New York City and on Mount Desert Island in Maine.

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    Amor Towles

    Amor Towles

    Born and raised in the Boston area, Amor Towles graduated from Yale College and received an MA in English from Stanford University. Having worked as an investment professional in Manhattan for over twenty years, he now devotes himself full-time to writing. His first novel, Rules of Civility, published in 2011, was a New York Times bestseller in both hardcover and paperback and was ranked by the Wall Street Journal as one of the best books of 2011. The book was optioned by Lionsgate to be made into a feature film and its French translation received the 2012 Prix Fitzgerald. His second novel, A Gentleman in Moscow, published in 2016, was also a New York Times bestseller and was ranked as one of the best books of 2016 by the Chicago Tribune, the Miami Herald, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the St. Louis Dispatch, and NPR. Both novels have been translated into over fifteen languages.