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Aaron Foley speaking at library November 14

Journalist, author and native Detroiter Aaron Foley will talk about his debut novel, his earlier works and upcoming projects at an author talk at Bloomfield Township Public Library on Tuesday, November 14 ,at 7 p.m.

Foley, who is currently serving as digital editor for PBS NewsHour, has a long writing history, including in metro Detroit. After writing the nonfiction books, How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass and The Detroit Neighborhood Guidebook, he has written his debut novel, Boys Come First, a novel that follows the lives of three Black gay friends looking for love, friendship and professional success in the Motor City.

"We are honored to welcome Aaron Foley as a distinguished guest in our adult services programming. We look forward to gaining deeper insights into his inspiration and writing process, as well as learning about his upcoming projects,” said Latonia Phillips, adult services librarian.

Books will be available for purchase from Schuler Books of West Bloomfield. All are welcome to attend and no registration is required.


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