The year is 1963. The day August 28th, the day of Martin Luther King’s March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Now, in the 50th anniversary year of that historic March, a former WASHINGTON POST staff writer recreates the dramatic moment. Merging fact and fiction, Elisabeth Stevens has written the fast-moving story of two young lovers whose lives and destinies are irrevocably and tragically intertwined with the March — and history.
January 20th at 2 p.m. Elisabeth Stevens will read from, discuss, and sign her book Ride a Bright and Shining Pony, published by BrickHouse Books, at Bookstore 1.
1359 Main St.
Sarasota, FL 34236