Online ticket sales have ended. Tickets are available at the door for $25.
Set in Yellow Springs, Ohio, Not That I Could Tell is an intriguing tale about what happens when an innocent night among friends takes a shocking turn, forcing them to examine what they actually know about each other. Booklist: “Full of slow burning intrigue, it will appeal to fans of Liane Moriarty’s Big Little Lies and Jennifer Kitses’ Small Hours.”
Jessica Strawser is the editor-at-large at Writer’s Digest, where she served as editorial director for nearly a decade and became known for her in-depth cover interviews with such luminaries as David Sedaris and Alice Walker. She’s the author of book club favorites Almost Missed You and Not That I Could Tell, a Book of the Month selection and Barnes & Noble Best New Fiction pick for March 2018. Jessica has written for The New York Times - Modern Love, Publishers Weekly, and others.
Picnicking begins at 5:30, and the program will start at 6:45.
Black Forest Ham, Baby Swiss Cheese, and Honey Mustard on Bakery Bagel; Tri-Colored Orzo Salad with Feta Cheese, Arugula, Toasted Pine Nuts, Dried Cherries, and Basil; Gourmet Cookies.
Dinner and Reading: $40
Reading Only (Adult): $25
Reading Only (Children 12 and Under): $5
Dinner and Reading tickets must be purchased by noon on the Monday before the picnic. All tickets are non-refundable.