Southern Voices 2018
Southern Voices Festival 2018A Celebration of Writing, Music and Art
Unfortunately, Steve Berry has come down with the flu and is unable to make the trip to Hoover. Fortunately for us, Saturday Author Conference author Andrew Gross has agreed to headline Friday’s event. Steve and Andrew are good friends and write very similar novels, so fans of Steve will not be disappointed. Andrew Gross will also speak on Saturday for the Author Conference where he will offer a different presentation.
We hope that you still plan to join us on Friday night to hear Andrew Gross speak. If you choose to not attend the Friday night event and would like a refund or would like to donate your ticket back to the Library, please contact the Library Theatre Box Office at 444-7888.
Steve sends his sincere regrets and we apologize for any inconvenience.
An Evening With
Former trial lawyer and Southern Voices alumnus, Steve Berry, is the New York Times #1 internationally best-selling author of more than 15 novels and four e-book originals. Known for his historical thrillers, Berry’s latest is no exception. The Lost Order, the 12th Cotton Malone novel, tells the story of the Knights of the Golden Circle and is described by Barnes & Noble as an “expert melding of nail-biting political intrigue and fascinating historical mystery.” With his wife, Elizabeth, Berry founded History Matters, a foundation dedicated to historic preservation. Berry was named spokesperson for the Alabama Library Association’s National Preservation Week in 2012 and 2013. In 2017, Berry was honored as the Writer of the Year by the Florida Writers Association and was named a Literary Legend by the Florida Heritage Book Festival. His next Cotton Malone novel, The Bishop’s Pawn, is due out in March 2018.
Saturday, Feb. 24 - Registration: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm - The Library Theatre & The Library Plaza- Book sales and signings will follow the afternoon session. - Lunch on your own