Sat 5 Apr, 2008
Tom DeWolf will be bringing his book tour to New England during the next two weeks.
As readers of this blog know, Tom, a distant cousin of mine, has written a memoir entitled Inheriting the Trade: A North Family Confronts Its Legacy as the Largest Slave-Trading Dynasty in U.S. History. The book chronicles Tom’s journey of self-discovery as a descendant of the D’Wolf family of Bristol, R.I. and parallels the making of Traces of the Trade, the Sundance-nominated documentary which is scheduled to air on PBS in June.
Here is the schedule of Tom’s upcoming appearances in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut:
April 6, 3:00pm: The Rotch-Jones-Duff House & Garden Museum, 396 County Street, New Bedford, Massachusetts. Author reading, Q&A, book signing.
April 6, 7:00pm: Four Corners Art Center, The Meeting House, 3850 Main Rd, Tiverton, Rhode Island. Author reading, Q&A, book signing.
April 7, 6:00pm: A Novel Idea bookstore, 450 Hope St; Bristol, Rhode Island. Author reading, Q&A, book signing.
April 8, 1:00pm: “Institute for Learning in Retirement” class, Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, Connecticut.
April 14, 7:00pm: The Harvard Coop, 1400 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, Massachusetts. Author reading, discussion, book signing.
The complete schedule of Tom’s book appearances across the country is available on his web site.