Author Talk: Long Bright River with Liz Moore

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Long Bright River is a “powerful and genre-defying” (People) novel set in a Philadelphia neighborhood rocked by the opioid crisis. Two formerly inseparable sisters live in the same area but lead drastically different lives: Mickey is a police officer, while Kacey suffers from addiction and lives on the streets. As children, they were inseparable, but now they barely speak. All of that changes when a mysterious murderer targets women in the area and Kacey goes missing. Drawing on deeply personal volunteer work, Liz Moore spins a story that both graphically honest and dignified. Long Bright River puts a very human face on the effect that addiction can have on generations of families and communities. 

Liz Moore is a writer of fiction and creative nonfiction, including the acclaimed novels Heft and The Unseen World, as well as the instant New York Times bestseller Long Bright River. Liz is a winner of the 2014-2015 Rome Prize in Literature and lives in Philadelphia. 

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Megan Behm is a Book Club Operations Manager at PBC Guru, a book club management company that believes in the power of lifelong learning communities centered around reading and thoughtful discussion.  PBC Guru partners with more than 250 higher education alumni associations and private high schools, businesses, library systems, and professional societies worldwide to create meaningful and vibrant online book clubs. PBC Guru's virtual book clubs allow over 130,000 members to connect from anywhere they are, at whatever time is convenient.  With PBC Guru, Megan develops the content for and moderates the discussions for over 50 book clubs reading titles from all genres. Before joining PBC Guru, Megan spent ten years working in the performing arts and literary industries in Washington, D.C., and New York City. She is a life-long bookworm and a proud graduate of the College of William & Mary.