Meg Howrey Author Event
Author of The Wanderers
Friday, March 17th at 7pm
The Wanderers is about three astronauts, led by a brilliant space pioneer Helen Kane, as they prepare for a trip to Mars through a simulation so realistic the line between what’s real and unreal become blurry, forcing the group to face the challenges of their voyage and the conflicts they face within themselves. It’s a novel about those who decide to take extraordinary risks to travel into space as well as those they leave behind, a daughter, son, lover, spouse, who grapple feelings of immense pride with pain, abandonment, anxiety, constant wondering. It’s a story about exploration and isolation, unchartered discovery on a grand scale and inner conflict at the most human, vulnerable level.
Meg Howrey is a former dancer who performed with The Joffrey, Eglevsky Ballet, and City Ballet of Los Angeles. She toured nationally with the Broadway production of Contact, for which she won the Ovation Award in 2001 for best featured actress in a musical. Howrey is the author of two previous novels, Blind Sight and The Cranes Dance, and the coauthor of the bestselling novels City of Dark Magic, and City of Lost Dreams, published under the pen name Magnus Flyte. Her nonfiction has appeared in Vogue and The Los Angeles Review of Books.
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A brilliantly inventive novel about three astronauts training for the first-ever mission to Mars, an experience that will push the boundary between real and unreal, test their relationships, and leave each of them--and their families--changed forever.