2501 Jackson Avenue, Ann Arbor, 48103
KerryGold and Liberty Dental Associates, PLC
Readings from Natalie Bakopoulos, author of The Green Shore, and bestselling novelist Elizabeth Kostova, author of The Historian and The Swan Thieves.
This event is held in memory of Daphne Zepos, an international authority on cheese, writer, teacher and friend to Zingerman’s Community of Businesses. Guests will delight in a culinary tour of Greek cheeses with Ari Weinzweig and enjoy a tasty menu from James Beard Award Winner Chef Alex Young.
Tickets are $150 per person; pricing includes dinner, gratuity, goodie bag and two drink tickets. There will be prizes for the best costumes, tarot card readings, and carved pumpkins and signed books for sale.
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The Green Shore
Simon and Schuster, 2012
Set in Athens and Paris, Natalie Bakopoulos’s masterful debut paints a finely-etched portrait of one family, whose heartbreaking stories of love and resistance play out against the backdrop of the late 1960s Greek military dictatorship.
Natalie Bakopoulos holds an MFA in Fiction from the University of Michigan, where she now teaches. Her work has appeared in Tin House, Ninth Letter, and Granta Online, and received a 2010 O. Henry Award, a Hopwood Award, and Platsis Prize for Work in the Greek Legacy. She is a contributing editor for the online journal Fiction Writers Review (www.fictionwritersreview.com). Each summer she teaches creative writing at the Aegean Arts Circle in Andros, Greece.
The Green Shore is Natalie Bakopoulos’s first novel.
Tickets are $150 per person; pricing includes dinner, gratuity, a goodie bag and two drink tickets. To purchase tickets, call Food Gatherers at (734) 761-2796.