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David B. Seaburn: Broken Pieces of God Book Launch
November 4 @ EST 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Hybrid event: In-person and virtual tickets available (free but registration required)
November 4, 2021 @ 7:00 – 8:15 pm
David B. Seaburn’s latest novel, Broken Pieces of God, is a story of resilience in the face of uncertainty, hope in the midst of darkness, and family ties strengthened by life’s vicissitudes. Crippling unemployment, life-threatening illness, and no health insurance push Eddy and Gayle toward life’s dark edge where they hope a Statue of Jesus, the IRS, some magical thinking, and family ties will save the day.
“The author’s dramatization of the day-to-day realities of living with cancer is etched with fine details and deep compassion. Without any fanfare, this element of the novel comes to dominate the others, tilting a faith and relationship tale into an illness and coping story that explores powerful emotions. A sensitive and moving tale of family tragedy and renewal.” —Kirkus Review
David B. Seaburn is the author of eight novels, including Charlie No Face, a Finalist for the National Indie Excellence Award in General Fiction; Parrot Talk, which was shortlisted for the Somerset Award in 2018; and Gavin Goode, an American Book Fest Finalist for “Best Book” in General Fiction in 2019.
Seaburn is a retired marriage and family therapist, psychologist, and Presbyterian minister who lives in Spencerport, NY with his wife Bonnie. After serving a rural parish for six years, he entered the mental health field. He was an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center for nearly twenty years. There, he was Director of the Family Therapy Training Program and Coordinator of the Psychosocial Medicine Rotation. He published over sixty academic papers and co-authored two books. He has served as a Teaching Artist at Writers & Books for a number of years. www.davidbseaburn.com.
Protocols for in-person event:
Please bring proof of vaccination (card, photo of card or Excelsior Pass) and remain masked while in the building. Seating is limited to 50 attendees.
This event will also be live-streamed via Zoom.