Hold the date: An Evening with Pat Conroy and John Warley

John Warley, T Co '67 (L) & Pat Conroy, R Co '67 (R)

John Warley, T Co ’67 (L) & Pat Conroy, R Co ’67 (R)

May 26 6:30-8:30p.m.
The Holliday Alumni Center at The Citadel

Free; Reservations will be accepted in late April

Join the Friends of the Daniel Library for our 2014 summer event featuring New York Times bestselling writer Pat Conroy and his Class of 1967 classmate from The Citadel, and fellow author, John Warley. They will engage in a lively dialog and book signing.

The writers will discuss their fifty-year friendship and their new books, Conroy’s The Death of Santini: The Story of a Father and His Son and Warley’s A Southern Girl: A Novel, each a story of the redemptive power of family
A 2009 inductee into the South Carolina Hall of Fame, Pat Conroy is the author of eleven books, including The Boo, The Great Santini, The Lords of Discipline, My Losing Season, My Reading Life, and, most recently, The Death of Santini. In 2013, Conroy became editor-at-large for Story River Books, an original fiction imprint of the University of South Carolina. He lives in Beaufort, South Carolina, with his wife, the novelist Cassandra King.

John Warley’s previous books include Bethesda’s Child and The Moralist. His new novel, A Southern Girl, is the first publication of Pat Conroy’s Story River Books imprint. The father of three sons and one daughter, Warley divides his time between Beaufort, South Carolina, and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.


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