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T. Namaya reads 'Celebrate Life: Viva la Vida'


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Sep 22 2017 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Local author T. Namaya reads from his new book Celebrate Life: Vida la Vida at 6pm on Friday, Sept, 22.

“This is a collection of stories and poems, some will make you laugh like 'Slugs as Great Lovers' and 'Sophia Loren at the Ice Cream Store', but others are about love, relationships, and surviving family --  ultimately it is about finding the joy even in the wonderful absurdity of life

Some of the poems and stories make you giggle, others make you feel regret, but they all make you think, and they have a common thread of prodding the reader to take the time to notice the simple things — told with subtle humor and vivid imagery." ~ Cicely Eastman, Brattleboro Reformer

The joy flowing through these poems and stories is contagious. As you read this book, you will be immersed in the belief that our lives are precious and glorious, to be savored and shared. Namaya’s quirky sense of humor shines through these pages as well as a profound curiosity about human beings and an appreciation of each moment he gets to have with us. ~ Wendy Baez Brown, poet

"I LOVED the Celebrate Life stories!!!!  Wow, I loved the irony and humor of the "World Peace."  I'm going to ask for world peace every time someone asks me, "for anything else".   I oved the Viva Viagra story.  Bravo! " ~ Jack Fry, Playwright.

“I already can't put it down! An insightful, witty, and inspiring compilation of short stories, poems, and reflections that show the true meaning of finding beauty in all aspects of life. I highly recommend it! “ ~ M.McClain, FNP

As always, this event is free and open to the public.

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25 Elliot St
Brattleboro , VT
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42° 51' 7.8012" N, 72° 33' 32.0112" W
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