UNSUITABLE: Piper Huguley
UNSUITABLE #32: Writing Closed-Door Romance
A Conversation with Piper Huguley
Join us on Friday, March 12, 2021, at noon EST for a conversation with author Piper G. Huguley. She is a two-time Golden Heart® finalist and the author of “Migrations of the Heart,” a three-book series of historical romances set in the early 20th century featuring African American characters. She is also the author of the “Home to Milford College” series, which follows the building of a fictitious college from its founding in 1866. The contemporary romance novel portion of this series, called “Sweet Tea,” will be published by Hallmark Publishing beginning in July 2021. Huguley’s debut historical fiction novel about Ann Lowe, the Black designer of Jackie Kennedy’s wedding dress, will be published by William Morrow in Winter 2022. Find her online at piperhuguley.com.
Free and open to the public. Advanced registration required. Support comes from the Carolyn C. and William M. McClatchey endowment to Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University.
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