Speaker: Leah Lax
March 15, 2016, 5:45pm
Museum of Printing History
1324 Clay St.

Our March meeting promises to be a special gathering as WiVLA member Leah Lax shares the story of her widely acclaimed memoir Uncovered. An award-winning author, Lax's book has already been recognized by Redbook Magazine and Good Housekeeping as one of the 2015 best books by women. As a young teen, Leah Lax joined the Hasidim, the Jewish ultra-orthodox, and spent thirty years among them. Uncovered is her memoir of those years–as a closeted lesbian, wife, and mother of seven. Gloria Steinem has called the book "a story that millions can recognize told with spirit, courage and honesty."  Lax's published work includes award-winning fiction, nonfiction, and two major stage productions.

We will meet at the Printing Museum on March 15 at 5:45pm, as always. Remember that the parking lot across the street is no longer accessible. We will start with light snacks and wine with the meeting beginning promptly at 6:15pm. Please bring your friends!

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Albert Einstein

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