Arts & Letters March Author Reading – EA Luetkemeyer

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Art & Letters March 12 Author Reading:  EA Luetkemeyer

Book Reading

Author EA Luetkemeyer

March 12 at 5:00pm
E. A. Luetkemeyer reads from his vivid and engaging novel, Penitentiary Tales: A Love Story.

An informal book reading by the author, followed by a conversation with Ginna Gordon and questions from participants. Doors open a few minutes before 5:00pm for this free Zoom event.
Visit the event page and register now.

About the Book

Penitentiary Tales: A Love Story by EA Luetkemeyer

Penitentiary Tales: A Love Story recounts the escapades of Dean Davis, a thirty-something, educated, straight white male from the affluent community of Sausalito, in Marin County, California, who is sent to an Illinois prison dominated by a daunting, ethnically diverse population of inmates from the mean streets of Chicago. How does he do his time? What challenges does he meet?

Addressing issues of race and gender in America, Penitentiary Tales: A Love Story is at once a serious inquiry into the minds and hearts of the marginalized and the oppressed and a bit of a romp. It will appeal to adventurous and intelligent readers of all persuasions who appreciate a literary walk on the wild side.

Learn more about E.A. Luetkemeyer’s bold and irreverent written works at

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