Author Cindy Dyson discusses and signs copies of her book, And She Was
March 03, 2006
Sweeping across 250 years, the novel And She Was explores Aleut culture, taboos, mummies, famine, conquest and survival. Taking place on Unalaska Island, it is the story of a lost woman, who more than anything needs to understand the gray shades between heroism and evil, between freedom and bondage and between her home and the rest of her life. Author Cindy Dyson, who grew up in Alaska, will discuss and sign her novel And She Was on March 11 at 2 p.m. in the auditorium. Dyson's work has appeared in National Geographic, Backpacker, First for Women, Women's World and other publications. The author of eight books for young adults, she now lives near Glacier Park, Mont. Event is included with museum admission. For more information, call 343-4326.