Author Alli Graham signs copies of her book Life is What Happens at the Revelstoke Museum on Nov. 14. The pioneer and prolific letter writer has printed 200 copies of her memoir

Author Alli Graham presents memoir at Revelstoke Museum

Author Alli Graham signs copies of her book Life is What Happens at the Revelstoke Museum on Nov. 14.

PHOTO: Author Alli Graham signs copies of her book Life is What Happens at the Revelstoke Museum on Nov. 14. The pioneer and prolific letter writer has printed 200 copies of her memoir, which was featured in last week’s issue of the Times Review. Copies are available for sale at the Revelstoke Museum. She’s joined by daughter Susie Green.

For more, here’s a look into the book and an interview with the author, which was published in our Nov. 13 issue.

 

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