On Friday, October 18th WSHU Public Radio will host the latest event in their “Join the Conversation” author series with Connecticut native Elizabeth Gilbert. Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Radio Personality Trevor Crow will interview Gilbert, esteemed author of the international bestseller Eat, Pray, Love. Gilbert’s new book, The Signature of All Things, will be published October 1st.
The Signature of All Things is a meticulously researched and beautifully written story, spanning multiple decades and countless countries. The daughter of Henry Whittaker, Alma is an independent girl born to a family of privilege who, like her father, aligns herself with the world of botany.
“I am thrilled to be interviewing Elizabeth Gilbert for WSHU Public Radio,” said Trevor Crow. “She is one of my favorite living authors. Elizabeth is a voice for compassion, love and thoughtful inquiry.”
Trevor Crow, LMFT, hosts “Keeping Connected with Trevor Crow,” a weekly radio show about building, transforming and maintaining relationships. Trevor Crow and Maryann Karinch coauthored Forging Healthy Connections, published in 2013. Crow has a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fairfield University, and also holds an MBA from Harvard University and a BS from Parsons the New School of Design. She currently practices and resides in Southport.
Join Trevor and WSHU Public Radio at 7pm on October 18th at the Edgerton Center for Performing Arts on the campus of Sacred Heart University, located at 5151 Park Avenue in Fairfield. Tickets for this event are $35, and include one copy of the book. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit www.wshu.org.
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