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Meg Waite Clayton, author of "The Race for Paris"

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What was it like to be a driven and talented woman journalist in a world restricted by military regulations and gender barriers? Bestselling author Meg Waite Clayton delivers answers in her highly and widely anticipated new novel, "The Race for Paris." Opening in Normandy on June 29, 1944, the novel follows two tenacious American female war correspondents on their quest to document, and make history by covering the liberation of Paris from the center of the action. Inspired by real women like Martha Gellhorn, Margaret Bourke-White, Dot Avery, and Lee Miller, who took bold, grave risks to prove that they could report from the front lines of WWII. RSVP's appreciated but not required.

Date & Time

August 17, 2015

7:00PM - 8:00PM

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Event Website

(310) 318-0900


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