Kate Quinn Event
Kate Quinn attracts legions of readers by promising them immersive, complex, and emotionally nuanced tales that, while told through a historical lens, speak to very present-day moments. Publishing in time to kick off Women’s History Month, THE ROSE CODE continues that tradition by exploring, among other themes, the ideas of equality in the workplace, female autonomy, the complexity of female friendship—both at its highest peaks and abject lows—plus the mental and emotional tolls the unrelenting secrecy of Bletchley created. In current times where women are continuing to bravely share their truths and speak out on multitudes of injustices, Kate harkens back to the eerily similar hurdles historical times pressed upon women and illustrates just how far…and how much further…in creating an equitable society we have to go.
Kate will be in converstion with Heather Morris, author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz and Cilka's Journey.
The event will be moderated by Lizz Schumer from Good Housekeeping.
If you'd like to submit a question for the Q&A portion of the night, please email it to Julie.Paulauski@harpercollins.com.