Tea & Sustenance: Sarah Weinman
Memorial Park Library, Alexander Calhoun Salon
1221 2 St SW
Donning the fedora of a literary detective, Sarah Weinman reveals the true story behind Nabokov’s controversial Lolita. Weaving together suspenseful crime narrative and cultural and social history, The Real Lolita uncovers how much Nabokov knew of the Sally Horner case and the efforts he took to disguise that knowledge.
Presented in partnership with the Calgary Public Library.
About Tea and Sustenance
Join us in the Alexander Calhoun Salon on the main floor of Memorial Park Library, where we’ll be serving tea and a rotating sampling of featured books (available to check out with your Calgary Public Library card or for purchase at our Festival Book Store, run by Owl’s Nest Books). Don’t miss these free pop-up readings and conversations by 2018 Imaginarium authors.