Book-lovers can get up close and person with Steve Sundberg on June 9th.
He’s the author of Street Logic, a work of fiction that advocates for the homeless in America.
Sundberg will be at Bluestockings Bookstore, which is located at 172 Allen St. in Manhattan. He’ll be there from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Bluestockings Bookstore’s phone is 212-777-7028.
Street Logic is a novel about the truth of what is happening in the efforts to work with chronic homeless people living on the streets of America. Fictional in style, the story is based on author Steve Sundberg’s 12 years’ experience working directly with the homeless population of Boston. The novel supports the work of national and local organizations to end homelessness. Street Logic is being used as an educational tool by professors in the social sciences, and has been reviewed as a unique literary approach for creating awareness among the general public regarding homelessness in America.
It’s garnering good praise from the likes Harvard University and much more.
Mr. Sundberg will talk about the writing of Street Logic and reality literature, and read from the novel. This will be the first presentation of his novel in New York City.
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