Author Series with Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. DavisPrograms
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Program and Book Signing with the Authors of Dallas 1963
Free but ticket is required
A groundbreaking saga of American history — and a gripping narrative of rocketing madness in the American heartland. Dallas 1963 is a literary nonfiction epic that features a doomed president, his cunning vice president, the richest man in the world, the most powerful preacher in America, a defrocked military commander, Martin Luther King, Jr., a Mafia warlord, the most extreme media mogul in the nation – and the most extreme member of Congress. Dallas 1963 is a cinematic retelling of the ultimate perfect storm — a welling gathering of out-sized incendiary, forces. It is an intimately detailed, riveting portrait of how President John F. Kennedy was barreling straight into a corner of America that had been hijacked by hysteria.
Note, this event has been moved to November 10 due to a scheduling conflict. Admission is free but a ticket is required. Seating is limited. Reserve your ticket online at www.jfk.org. A ticket to the event does not include admission to The Sixth Floor Museum exhibit. Dallas 1963 will be available for purchase in the Museum Store.
About the Authors:
Bill Minutaglio has been published in the New York Times, Esquire, Newsweek, Texas Monthly, and the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. A professor at the University of Texas at Austin, he worked at the Dallas Morning News, Houston Chronicle, and San Antonio Express-News. He has written acclaimed books about George W. Bush, Molly Ivins, Alberto Gonzales, and America's greatest industrial disaster. He lives in Austin, Texas.
Steven L. Davis is the author of two highly praised books on Texas, and his work has appeared in several magazines and journals. Davis is a curator at the Wittliff Collections at Texas State University in San Marcos, which holds the literary papers of Cormac McCarthy and many other writers. He lives in New Braunfels, Texas.